Heritage Trails from the Idrijca to the Kolpa
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Pr' Jureč Tourist Farm Gostilna Pri Škafarju  
31. PR' JUREČ TOURIST FARM  
address Ledine 19, 5281 Spodnja Idrija
telephone 05 37 79 096
fax 041 91 94 73
e-mail pr-jurec@moj.net
location Ledine, Spodnja Idrija
languages Slo, It, Ger
seating 48
season year round
visiting hours year round: Saturday, Sunday 12-21; Monday–Friday by appointment
group reservations yes
reservations contact Tomislava and Dušan Bogataj
excursion possibilities yes
special features functioning collections of old farm equipment

 

In the heart of the village of Ledine on a high plateau above the Idrijca Valley lies the Pr' Jureč Tourist Farm, where you can learn firsthand about traditional farm work and customs. The six-member family surprises their guests with a still-functional collection of more than three hundred old farm tools and implements whose use they demonstrate in theme workshops. Particularly interesting are the "Soil to Wheat to Bread" program and the "Flax to Thread to Lace" program. They also grow their own food for guests.
32. GOSTILNA PRI ŠKAFARJU  
address Ulica sv. Barbare 9, 5280 Idrija
telephone 05 377 32 40
gsm 041 698 093
fax 05 377 32 40
e-mail gostilnaskafar@s5.net
www www.freeweb.siol.net/grafika/gostilnaskafar
location Idrija
languages Slo, Eng, It, Cro
seating 50
season year round
visiting hours Monday, Wednesday, Thursday: 10-22; Friday, Saturday: 10-23; Sunday: 10-22; closed Tuesday
group reservations yes
special features dishes a la carte, hot lunches, pizzas from baker's oven, Idrija specialties: žlikrofi
parking for automobiles yes
The Gostilna Pri Škafarju restaurant takes its name from the legendary wooden bucket maker who discovered mercury in Idrija over five hundred years ago. Along with dishes a la carte, hot lunches, and pizzas from baker's oven, you can treat yourself to unique Idrija specialties. Žlikrofi (a type of potato ravioli) are served with bakalca (a meat sauce), roast meat dishes, goulash, meat gravy, or gorgonzola. In summer, smukavc and zeljševka (potica with herb filling) can be ordered in advance. The old miner's drink geruš is a recommended treat to accompany meals.