Birini Castle is a large, deep breath of ancient times, surrounded by a picturesque Park with two lakes, was built in 1860, the family von Pistolkors family and today is a prestigious venue for banquets and seminars. Next to the castle there is a gardener’s House Hotel invites you to relax from the urban bustle and enjoy the romantic surroundings. A small landscaped park surrounds the Castle from the stables to House gardener.
On the edge of the Park is a bird garden, and at its heart stands the majestic oak tree of love “, in which the branches shimmer with a jingle” Bells of love-gifts to newlyweds. On the broad stone stairs you reach the Pergola on the shore of the Lake. Many guests of the birini Castle here to take pictures on the memory, and the newlyweds have sworn eternal love to each other on their wedding day! Watermill road along the Lake leads to the mill’s old water mills where cozy small Antiquities Museum next summer bar. Sipping a cocktail on the wooden deck over the Lake, you will be able to watch as the fish swallows every morsel of the abandoned her treats. In the winter we invite you on an old merry-go-round on ice on sledges. If you apply, you will be waiting for the razožžënnyj fire, hot tea and a bath.
Birini Castle was built by the architect f. b. Style. This is the most impressive building in a semicircle, in the architecture of Latvian castles. The overall architectural solution of the building belongs to the neo, however, the window openings play a significant role in the overall image of the Castle, is the characteristic semicircular style. Therefore, from the viewpoint of Stylistics, bīriņi castle can be attributed to the unique unification of the two styles. Not only does he deserve recognition of their contemporaries, but is now regarded as an extraordinary architectural thinking. The building was richly decorated with sculptures, reliefs, which disappeared during World War I. Interior decoration has been preserved in the castle in neo-Renaissance style-wide entrance hall with wooden stairs, bilateral dining room with wooden beamed ceilings and glazed tiled stove.