Russian manor on the river Volga
The restaurant building is one of the largest public buildings made from Honka logs in Russia. Its floor area is 1550m², and it is located in the Yaroslavl area, 350km from Moscow. The huge wooden building on the bank of the Volga River has the outward appearance of a Russian manor.
All the main rooms are located on the Volga side of the building. The large panoramic windows of the banquet hall on the ground floor offer stunning views of the surrounding area. The ground floor has an banquet hall that seats 110 people, a dance floor and a VIP area, while the first floor has small restaurant rooms, a smoking room and a film theatre. For those people who long for an intellectual pastime, the building has a library with Russian classics among its selection.
The building is like a riverboat with its panoramic windows, and the patio surrounding the ground floor has an air of the outer decks of a boat. Due to its large windows, the building turns into a shining beacon in the evenings. The interior has light colors on its ceilings and walls, which also have hand-painted decorations. The furniture is similar to that of the 18th and 19th centuries, the carpets and hand-woven tapestries are aged to suit the general style of the decor, and the whole affect is pleasantly completed with English paintings in golden frames. The decorative interiors take the visitor to a world of old Russian bourgeoisie.
More information: www.demino.com/eng/restaurant-about
- Ground floor: Banquet hall seating 110 people, dance floor, VIP area, patio
- 1st floor: Smoking room, film theatre, and library
- Floor area: 1550m²
- Log type: Square log, 182 mm
- Architect: Svetlana Bednjakova
- Interior decoration: Mark Patlis
- Location: Demino center for sports and leisure, Yaroslavl area, Russia
- Photos: Honka Russia