The Terem is located in the forests of the Chukhlomsky district of Kostroma region. It was built in 1897 by a local peasant, Martyan Sazonov, based on a sketch by architect Ivan Ropet. In the Soviet period, the Terem served as the home for a rural council, but then it was abandoned. From 2010 to 2018, a group of enthusiasts, led by Olga Golovicher and Andrey Pavlichenkov, worked on restoring the Terem. The architectural bureau of Alexander Popov was in charge of the restoration, during which historical materials and technologies were used.
Today, guests can choose from 6 rooms in the historical atmosphere of the Terem itself, 3 rooms in a wing of the Terem that are a fusion of traditional Russian and modern northern styles, or 3 separate Scandinavian cottages and a campground. We offer our guests a country-style banya, a children’s playground, an eco-trail, a boat dock on a forest lake, an extensive network of cross-country ski trails, ATV and snowmobile rentals, excursions, and adventure programs.