Palace Jaunmokas is a masterpiece of architecture in Latvia, designed with a combination of Neo-Gothic and the forms of Art Nouveau. The palace was built in 1901 according to the project of the architect Wilhelm Bokslaf (1858-1945) as a hunting palace for the mayor of Riga George Armitstead (1847 - 1912). Rooms in Palace: We offer you six different rooms in the Palace, where we can house up to 20 guests. We invite you to stay overnight in rooms which have a historical ambience and which are sometimes visited by the ghost of the palace the White Lady. Price include: Breakfast and VAT is included in the room rate Check in: 14:00, check out: 12:00 All rooms have a satellite TV, radio, WC, shower/bathtub
The ambience and location. Excellent grounds for birdwatching
Menu and evening meal facility is somewhat limited (evening meals are not always available) but there are good facilities in the nearby town.
Jaunmoku is set in a lovely estate in the Latvian countryside about 10 minutes out of Tukums by car. It was extremely peaceful and quiet which is exactly what we wanted. There was no restaurant open for dinner (maybe because there were few people there in the off season) but the rate included a very good breakfast (with a cooked option). Staff were very pleasant too.
They had no record of our booking and the large room we had specifically booked was already in use. The only way to describe this is completely and utterly unprofessional.