"..We have embellished our guest farm
with the colours and fragrances of a myriad of flowers.."
"..We have embellished our guest farm
with the colours and fragrances of a myriad of flowers.."

Immersed in the tranquillity of a little village just a few kilometres from Udine, Là di Muk guest farm is the ideal
destination for a relaxing stay.

The guest rooms, housed in the renovated old barn, are large and quiet to make you feel at home. The calm atmosphere contributes to making this guest farm a little haven, set in the green countryside, among the Carnic and Julian Prealps.
We have embellished our guest farm with the colours and fragrances of a myriad of flowers, which have also inspired the furnishings and colour schemes of the rooms. Indeed, each of the rooms is named after a flower – hydrangea, lavender, poppy, sunflower – for a holiday in harmony with the surrounding environment.

The services our rooms are equipped with

The rooms at our holiday farm are equipped with a wi-fi Internet connection, a frigo bar and air conditioning to give you a comfortable stay with us.
Every morning we serve a large continental breakfast, featuring products from our farm: jams, cookies and cakes that we prepare so that you can start your day off with gusto.

Our holiday farm, moreover, has its own secure parking area on the grounds.

Treat yourself to a relaxing outdoors bike ride

The Là di Muk holiday farm offers its guests bicycles, too, for relaxing bike rides on bike trails in the area: immersed in Nature’s greenery, accompanied by the sound of the millstreams.
We’ll be happy to fix you a sack lunch if you want to have a picnic outdoors.

Prices

Double room with breakfast..........70,00 Euro

Single occupancy of double room with breakfast..........50,00 Euro

Single room with breakfast..........40,00 Euro

Extra bed..........15,00 Euro

Children under 3 years old: free

Welcome to our little corner of paradise

The Rojale area is home to little villages that enjoy the privilege of being off the beaten track, away from traffic, and still characterised by the discreet, but very much alive, presence of the rogge (irrigation canals). Kilometres of cycle and pedestrian tracks have sprung up alongside these old waterways, offering picturesque views in the shadow of the silent mills.

Surrounding area