Welcome to the Lielborne Manor!
I want to say that from our very first encounter with the Lielborne Manor, we felt emotional chemistry to this amazing place. Our family fell in love with so many aspects of the manor. Starting from the squint balcony of the manor house and the green-painted staircase to the overgrown but still marvelous park. From the rapids of the River Borne and the timeworn bridge to the aged millpond and the majestic Daugava.
The magic persists in the hearts and souls of our friends and family. We hope you will share the same feeling as us and become a frequent guest of our beloved manor.Read more
The Manor’s park has long been a glorious place for leisurely walks in divine nature. At the same time, it was an opportunity to create unique gardens, to plant exotic trees and bushes imported from all over the world, to boast guests with the mill and absolutely idyllic landscape. It should be noted that the Lielborne Manor park is located in the “Daugavas Loki” Nature Park, a national Latvian UNESCO site.Read more
When we usually think of a manor, we imagine a large chateau or castle surrounded by a beautiful park, river or pond. In addition to walking through the spacious park, taking pictures, or just meditation on the banks of the Daugava river, there are also a lot of active entertainment options waiting for you.
A fragrant sip of delicious morning coffee will make you realize you want to stay in the manor for another day, to enjoy pleasant moments and relaxing holiday.Read more
The Lielborne Manor is the only manor complex that has been fortunately preserved in the ”Daugavas Loki” Nature Park. At the moment, you can see the old castle, presumably built in the 18th century and wonderfully preserved to this day. The most recent part of the Lielborne Manor’s house was rebuilt at the end of the 19th and the beginning of the 20th century.
Be ready to enjoy a charming view of the banks of the Daugava river, the historic ruins of the mill, waterfall and the restored millpond.Read more
In the process of the Lielborne Manor’s restoration we investigate and search for historical evidence guided by research materials as far as possible as well as apply modern historical methods. We try to make decisions that preserve the historical proof in a balanced way, highlighting particularly valuable details.Read more