About

Taujėnai Manor is a place where the spirit of the old times, combined with modern aesthetics, invites you to a peaceful rest and cosy celebrations. We offer you a respite in the park with peacocks, goats, alpacas and other animals, and for longer stays, we offer excursions, room hire, catering, accommodation and party organisation, and always friendly service.

The history of the nobility has not gone anywhere. Now it’s your turn and the turn of your guests.

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Taujėnai manor has been mentioned since the 16th century. the second half. 18th century. At the end of the 19th century, Taujėnai Manor and its surroundings were ruled by Count Benediktas Marikonis. In 1785 he. married Marija Radvilaitė and received the old manor as his wife’s dowry.

Radvila

Radvila

XIX century. The Radvilas took over the Taujėnai manor. The manor belonged to the Radvilas until the Soviet era.

A touch of Italy in Lithuania.

Architecture

Architecture

Benediktas Marikonis after a design by Italian architect Pietro de Rossi in 1802. built a classical palace and planted an English-style park.

Facades

Facades

The front façade of the palace faces south. The portico consists of six Tuscan columns placed equidistant from each other.

Details

Details

The building’s decorative bands are adorned with bas-reliefs, some heraldic, others depicting crafts.

Interior

Interior

Fresh, cosy and versatile luxury. Spaces are changing, but the style bar remains high.

Halls

Halls

The flowing tapestries and sky-high ceilings in the Grand (230 sqm) and Beautiful (150 sqm) Halls of the Manor evoke a feeling of luxury and sophisticated parties.

Menes

Menes

The White Fireplace Menorah has a striking white marble fireplace, while the ornate Wooden Fireplace Menorah has a fireplace with a carved wooden mantelpiece. The wall of the historic menorah contains an authentic brick fragment and ancient furniture.

Details

Details

The meticulously restored classical furniture, authentic patterns and picture frames all echo the style of the Radvilles.

Contact

Contact

We’ll answer your questions, give you advice and be happy to chat!

We also invite craftspeople, theatres, musicians and others who wish to work on the estate to do so.