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Featuring free WiFi, Mirskiy Posad offers accommodations in Mir. Guests can enjoy the on-site restaurant. Free private parking is available on site. All rooms come with a flat-screen TV. We stayed a night in Mir and felt like nobles in the 19th century: The hotel is conveniently located close to the bus station and a leisurely 15 minutes walk away from the castle. The rooms are bright, clean, quiet and comfortable. The staff is very friendly, and they helped us with arranging a taxi to Njawetsch the next day. Great breakfast! Definitively the best option in Mir!
Usadba "Guest House" is located in Mir, offering free WiFi and free private parking on site. Mir Castle is a 12-minute walk from the property. The rooms have a shared bathroom. It's a very sweet tiny guesthouse, run by a friendly lady and her daughter(?). She made tea and kompot for the guests in the evening and made sure that we have everything we need. It's central in Mir, which is just a small village anyway. The castle and everything can be reached in a few minutes. It's very affordable. We would go there again.
Located 56 mi from Minsk, in Kruglitsa Village, Usadba Mashin Hutor offers a sauna, barbecue and a terrace. M1 Highway is within a 5-minute drive. Free private parking is provided on site. Friendly, helpful owner, very nice house surrounded by forest. Good breakfast with fresh vegs and herbs from the garden. Worth taking a stroll to the beautiful Nemen river ca. 300 m away.
I really liked the well kept historical environment. Park was clean and well maintained, air fresh. One should not have shoes with high heels. Roads are made of round stones. There is free parking place for guests of the hotel. However, it's quite far away from the entrance of the hotel. You need to basically carry all your stuff around the castle (no logistical possibility to drive even for 2 min close to entrance)
Small Jewell in the rotten authocratic bureaucratic kingdom. Service is odd as everything in such states, though people per se are nice. Getting around usually means going to Nesvyzh castle, but that's another point of interest. Decent place to spend a night.
It's a very sweet tiny guesthouse, run by a friendly lady and her daughter(?). She made tea and kompot for the guests in the evening and made sure that we have everything we need. It's central in Mir, which is just a small village anyway. The castle and everything can be reached in a few minutes. It's very affordable. We would go there again.
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