Homestead near Alausas lake was established in 2020. Homestead area – 1ha. Near homestead there is small town of Sudeikiai which is based on south shore of Alausas lake. Also approximately 10km away is Utena city. While you will be staying with us, you can rest from city buzz with family or friends, celebrate weddings, anniversaries, make a conference or seminar. Max capacity of a homestead – 70 people.
About Sudeikiai city
It is a resort town, which is admired for scenic Alausas lake shore, beautiful pine forest, great beaches and most transparent and cleanest lake area. Sudeikiai nature is extremely beautiful, every year there is a gathering of artists who are painting familiar landscapes. Some of them are painting Alausas surroundings, while other sky or the landscapes of their souls. There are workshops during which the created art works are left for Sudeikiai town in art gallery. It welcomes every visitor from the town. Sudeikiai town also has a magnificent church which was build in 1781-1806. The church stands on a large stone foundation, has a classical style vaults, baroque pediment with four pairs of semicircular columns. On the ridge of a church there is openwork iron cross. The cemetery is fenced with a stone wall. Nearby in 1939 wooden belfry was built. The famous Elizabeth indulgences are taking place here.
Places to visit
Bikuskis manor, which is an architectural monument and was build in 18th century near Lake Alausas. Written sources mention as early as the 14th century the manor belonged to the famous Radvilos family. Lygamiskis mound dates back to the 1st millennium. It is located on the shore of river Sventoji. Also, Seimyniskes mound is one of the most beautiful and largest mounds in Lithuania, located on a promontory, which is surrounded by the Pilius stream in the northeast and Pilupis on the southwest side. Uzpaliai Castle stood on the mound. Those who come to admire the nature of the Uzpaliai region must visit St. Krokule spring, which is famous for its magical water and the conglomerate rock, is an unusually shaped formation consisting of cemented sand, gravel and boulders brought by the melting waters of the glacier.