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Bernardinu B&B House in Vilnius
– a family owned B&B House in Vilnius, located in a narrow and secluded street in the oldest part of the Old Town, in a building dating back to the period between the 18th and 19th centuries. Here our visitor is greeted with cosy rooms… Read more
Bernardinu B&B House – a family owned B&B House in Vilnius, located in a narrow and secluded street in the oldest part of the Old Town, in a building dating back to the period between the 18th and 19th centuries. Here our visitor is greeted with cosy rooms, a warm and friendly service, and all the comforts of the Old Town.
From here you can easily reach the Cathedral, Gediminas Castle, St Ann’s Church and Bernardine Church. It is only a two minute walk to the main street of the Old Town-Pilies Street-which is in close proximity to the B&B. You will also find the Presidential Palace, Vilnius University, and many churches, restaurants, bars, nightclubs and shops in the neighbourhood. Sereikiskes Park is located nearby, where tourists can take a walk in the vicinity of the Vilnele River.
Some of our rooms have 18th century ceilings and floors as well as renovated wall paintings. There are two single, six double and two triple rooms in the B&B. We have rooms with shared or en suite bathrooms.
The building in which the Bernardinu B&B House in Vilnius is located has a baroque composition, complete with the original plan and apertures of yard staircases. The house has two floors and an angular plan with a small protruding staircase. The entrance to the yard is emphasised by pilasters and a baroque cornice.
Through the efforts of the owners family, and in co-operation with the Vilnius Old Town Renewal Agency, the gates of the building were repaired and rebuilt, the entrance to the cellars was constructed, the wooden gallery was rebuilt, the yard was improved, and the interior and street facades were painted. Part of the original decor of the building can be seen from the side facing the street.
The owners tried as much as possible to preserve the old architectural detail; the old timber floors and ceilings were preserved in the rooms, decorative details were restored on the walls and the furnaces were renovated.