Valmiera – Liepa
The Bible in Latvian for the first time was translated by Ernst Glick in the second half of the 17thy century. The translation was funded and The Bible was issued by the owner of Liepa Manor and Vidzeme Superintendent, Johann Fischer, with the support of King Karl XI of Sweden. The owner of Liepa Manor Johann Fischer also organised the first translation of the Bible in Estonian. According to the order of J.Fisher, a school for Latvian peasant children was opened at Liepa Manor in 1785.
The manor is being restored with the aim of providing arts-therapy services.
When you rest in the pergola of the park and watch the beautiful views of nature across the Rauna river, you will quickly forget the fatigue accumulated over the course of the day and receive positive feelings for the way forward.
There is a book about the history of the manor and a booklet with a map of the Manor Park and a brief description of the view sites in each guest room. You can also enjoy a guide accompanied tour.
+371 28 490 600 administrator
+371 29 459 303 manager Guntis
Kindly request to book a room at least 1 day before arrival.
In the autumn, winter and spring in business days discounts of up to 30% of the full price is offered for pilgrims if settled in cash or transferred to a company account.