A farmstead surrounded by seven centennial oaks was restored to life in 2005. The farmstead is located in a khutor, which is in 15 km from Klaipeda and 14 km from Gargzdai by Plikiai settlement. The farmstead accepts visitors the whole year round. “Gaspada” is the name of the farmstead. The name is of Slavic origin, although, according to Samogitian dialect, “gaspada” means a lodging-house, a guesthouse, and being on a temporary visit.
While building up the farmstead, hosts made their best to create the best possible conditions for their visitors, so that having visited once, they would want to come back. 5 double rooms with separate WC and showers are fit up in the farmstead. There is a TV in each room. There are two banquet rooms for 24 and 60 people with bedrooms for visitors.
There is a bath-house in the farmstead. It’s pleasing that newlyweds came to like the farmstead, and, in a brief space of time, already over 200 weddings were celebrated. The hosts are happy that, having become parents, former newlyweds share their joy with them. In the farmstead, we organize conferences, seminars, presentations, weddings, and other feasts; we prepare meals for visitors. Those, who wish to escape the noise of the city life, can find here a fresh air and a tranquil rest, make a fire in the evening, or sit for a while by the fireplace.