Country Holidays

Explanation for prices

Prices
In the countryside or village home you will find a list of prices relating to an overnight stay with breakfast (B&B) or without breakfast.  The price will relate to one person.  Guesthouses and hotels will be more likely to be listing the price of a double room (DBL) with or without breakfast.
For self-catering cottage, the price relates to one person’s stay for one night or the rental of the entire building for a specific period of time such as 4:00 PM to noon the next day (night) or for an entire week (week).  The price will include bed linens, towels, dishes and kitchen items that can be used.  Guests will be asked to take care of cleanliness in the house while they are there.  Please leave the building in the same condition that you found it.
Changes in prices
Baltic country holidays retains the right to update published prices before sending out a reservation confirmation.  Once the reservation and bill have been sent out, Baltic country holidays may change the price only if the government changes taxes or if something else happens that has a substantial effect on the price of accommodations.
Marketing price
The main page for each home will show a marketing price – the approximate price for the accommodations in EUROS (EUR).  The precise price will be stated in the section “Prices”.  It will also be available from Baltic country holidays or the owner of the home.

Explanations of pricing:
  • Per person:  The cost per person for services rendered;
  • Per night:  Accommodations from 4:00 PM to noon the next day for no more than the number of people shown in the pictogram.  This usually applies to the rental of a weekend house or a leisure complex;
  • Per week:  The price for accommodations for 7 nights and 8 days for no more than the number of people shown in the pictogram;
  • B&B:  The cost per person for accommodations and breakfast;
  • DBL:  The cost of a double room for two people, with or without breakfast.
Type of price
  • Per person:  The cost per person for services rendered;
  • Per person per night:  The cost per person for one night;
  • Per night:  Accommodations from 4:00 PM to noon the next day for no more than the number of people shown in the pictogram.  This usually applies to the rental of a weekend house or a leisure complex;
  • Per week:  The price for accommodations for 7 nights and 8 days for no more than the number of people shown in the pictogram;
  • Per unit:  The price of a single service (e.g., an evening in the sauna);
  • One-off payment:  A one-time price for a specific service (e.g., leasing facilities for eight hours);
  • Packet of services:  Several services, usually related to special offers (e.g., SPA packets including accommodations, meals, spa procedures, etc.);
  • Two-night packet:  The price of the set of services when spending two nights at the facility;
  • Two-night packet per person:  The price of a set of services for on individual when spending two nights at the facility;
  • Weekend:  The price for services over the course of the weekend, usually 2nights/3days from Friday until Sunday;
  • Weekdays:  The price for services on weekdays, usually from Sunday until Friday.
Name of services
This refers to the specific types of services provided – the type of room, whether breakfast is included, etc.
  • B&B:  Accommodations and breakfast for one person;
  • SGL:  Single room;
  • DBL:  Double room with one bed;
  • TWIN:  Double room with two beds;
  • DSU:  Double room for one person;
  • TRIPL:  Triple room;
  • FAMILY:  Family room, usually for two adults and two children;
  • Standard:  A standard single or double room with amenities appropriate for the category of accommodations;
  • SUITE/LUX:  An improved and larger twin room, usually with separate living and sleeping areas.  Such rooms may have additional amenities such as a larger bathroom, an iron, a coffee machine, etc.;
  • Superior/Executive/Business:  Larger and more elegantly furnished rooms with additional services such as daily newspapers, coffee machines, free movie channels, safes, plasma TV sets, etc.;
  • Apartment:  A large and well-appointed room, often with a living room, bedroom and kitchen corner;
  • Additional place:  An additional sleeping area in a convertible chair or sofa or on a mattress;
  • Complex leasing:  Usually the leasing of a guesthouse or campsite with surrounding buildings and territories, often including facilities for overnight stays and parties, sports or leisure facilities, or sauna services;
  • Weekend apartment leasing:  A well-appointed apartment with a separate entrance, usually including a bedroom, living room, kitchen and sanitary facilities, as leased out to a group of guests.
Please note that the standards of rooms in country, village and guesthouses may be substantially different from the standards of hotels.

There is a section "Prices" at each accommodation, where you can choose a currency for the payment of your reservation. Payment can be made by credit card, by bank transfer (EUR, USD, LTL) or in cash (EUR) in "Lauku Ceļotājs" office.