Neya is a room on the ground floor of the Terem with a double bed and an ottoman sofa. This room has painted rustic furniture from the early 20th century with the elegant flowers typical for craftsmen from Kostroma province. Three windows facing south and west overlook the pond, orchard, and the lawn in front of the Terem. Outside this room’s doors is the common room, a large room with a Russian stove, where guests usually gather at the table.
The Neya room has no amenities, so guests use the bathroom next door. Don’t let this frighten you—this is not a common bathroom, but only for this room. We did not want to make changes to the Terem’s historical layout, so we had to move the “amenities” to where these premises were historically located. But their modern look would most likely astound the owners.