Hiška Herberstein house is a more than 200-year-old wooden house that served as a vinedresser’s home in the past. People still stay at the house today, and with its equipment and archives it has become a real “living museum” of nostalgia. Under the thatched roof, in the attic, there is a full bedroom with a bathroom and air conditioning. It can accommodate up to 3 people, and has a kitchen where you can prepare breakfast or a snack. The house is also an excellent starting point for exploring Mestni Vrh and the oldest Slovenian town.