Former manor pub building

Bijusī muižas krogus ēka

The pub building was built in 1868. The pub owner and his family lived in the northern end of the building. The middle section was used as a pub but the southern end was for accommodating travellers and their horses overnight. During the period of baron Karl Wilhelm, the pub was converted into a tea room. This building is a national monument of culture, and its main attraction and values are the facade, the old semi – circular arched windows and doors, as well as two iron wind indicators made in 1667.

Address: Liepu gatve 8, Kazdanga
Web page: www.kazdangaspils.com