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Priedes Glamping

Address Priedesmuižas, Birzgales pagasts, Ogres novads
Phone +371 22 336 654
E-mail info@priedesglamping.lv
WWW https://www.facebook.com/PriedesGlamping

Holiday recreation site "Priedes Glamping" is nestled in the picturesque Ogre region where two rivers converge. A mere 50-minute drive from Riga, this tranquil retreat amidst pine trees offers an idyllic setting to unwind. Immerse yourself in the serenity, take a dip in the river, indulge in the hot tubs, and marvel at the sunset casting its golden glow over the water. Accommodations are provided in three fully-equipped and comfortable dome chalets.

Each chalet boasts a river-facing view, private access to the water, and features a hot tub on its spacious terrace. Inside, guests are treated to a cozy bed, seating and kitchen areas, separate toilet and shower facilities, as well as air conditioning. The largest chalet, named the Pine Lodge (Priedes namiņš), spans 50 square meters, its name represents the majestic pine tree standing proudly on the property. Nestled at the confluence of the Daugava and Nega rivers, it provides an enchanting view of the sunset above the Ķegums Hydroelectric power plant. The 25-square-meter Nega House sits on the sunny side of the Nega River, while the Daugava House of the same size is situated along the Daugava River, where holidaymakers can bask in the morning sun during summer.

The journey to "Priedes Glamping" is conveniently short, taking only an hour from Riga. As summer and spring evenings beckon, the allure of escaping to the pine trees for sun-soaked relaxation and a delightful open-air dinner becomes a tempting proposition.

The underlying concept of "Priedes" revolves around offering a tranquil and peaceful retreat designed for couples, free from the presence of children and pets. Check the calendar and make reservations through the website priedesglamping.lv to secure your spot in this haven of tranquility.

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