Cuisine from Kendov Dvorec is perfectly complemented by premium wines from the nearest Slovenian wine-growing regions. Among them, a special place is reserved for Rebula Svetlik, produced in the Vipava Valley by the owners Ivi and Edvard Svetlik.
Learn how to prepare local culinary specialties, such as žlikrofi, štruklji and potica. The chefs from Kendov Dvorec are pleased to share their knowledge and skills with guests.
The nearby rivers are a true paradise for fly fishing lovers. From spring to autumn, the crystal clear Idrijca and Kanomljica that flow only a stone’s throw from Kendov Dvorec attract fly fishing lovers from all over the world.
Combine a winter break at Kendov Dvorec with perfect skiing on the white slopes of the nearby Cerkno Skiing Centre (25 km) that was awarded several times as the best Slovenian skiing centre and as a family-friendly skiing centre.
Discover the diverse world between the Alps and the Karst, mysteriously shaped by nature. Take a walk to the banks of the Idrijca river. Relish the sight of the mysterious Wild Lake and river barrages called “klavže”, and enjoy the views that open up from the ancient pilgrimage trail between Spodnja Idrija and Ledine.
At Kendov Dvorec we respectfully present and preserve the rich tradition of our homeland. Meet a lace-maker; she will be happy to present you bobbin-lace masterpieces, skilfully made in Idrija for more than 300 years.
Take a guided tour to the underground world of Idrija. Experience the hard daily work of Idrija’s miners who mined mercury ore here for 500 years. This second-largest mercury mine in the world has been put on the UNESCO World Heritage List due to its importance and extraordinary technical heritage.
Kendov Dvorec is an excellent starting point for discovering the most beautiful places in Slovenia. Take a trip to the breathtaking Soča Valley, the distinguished Slovenian capital Ljubljana, or the mighty karst caves of Postojna and Škocjan. Visit charming castles, the Alpine lakes Bled and Bohinj, or the nearby vineyards of the Vipava Valley.