You`re welcome to stay in real village wooden house in Yaroslavl region. Here you can relax with family or friends and feel yourself real village resident - light the stove, take water from the well, wash in banya, gather mushrooms and berries in the forest, swim in the river. The house is located 150 meters from a small river Shelsha and small town Poshekhonye is located in 1,5 km. The nature around is very beautiful and peaceful.
This wooden village house was built in 1940-50s. Two stoves, cellars, space for cattle, porch, barn. In the barn there is a small museum of rural utensils of Soviet times.
Near the house is small town Poshehonje. It is located at the confluence of four rivers - Soga, Sogozha, Pertomka and Shelsha, so the place is very beautiful.
In the 17th century on the site of the modern town, in a place called Poshekhonye existed monastic village Pertoma. The name comes from the word perth - "hut" (Perti Karelian, Veps per't ', Finnish Pirtti "hut, hut, house").
In 1777, the Decree of Catherine II transformed the village into the city Poshekhonye - "Shehon area on the river" (Shehon - a form of the name of the Sheksna River, she Shokstna, Shohsna, Shehna.). In the same year Poshehonye area was incorporated into the newly formed Yaroslavl province.
From 1918 to 1992. the city was called Poshekhonye-Volodarsk, in memory of the revolutionary leader V. Volodarsky ((PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN)).
In the 18th century in Poshekhonye there was gold production (production of the finest gold leaf, silver and aluminum for finishing the military insignia and others.)
For more than two centuries the village has turned into a small cozy town, where each era has left a memory of itmself.
Now Poshekhonye - the center of the municipality as part of the Yaroslavl region, it is home to about 5000 people