This holiday was probably originally called Lupercalia – it was celebrated in honor of Faun, the patron of fertility and harvest. February 14 was the eve of Lupercalia, during which quite frivolous parties were held in honor of the approaching spring. After the fall of Rome this tradition was slowly dying out, but the situation was changed by the introduction of Christianity and – paradoxically – the ban on celebrating Lupercalia. As we know, forbidden fruit tastes the best.
Since then, the holiday of lovers, the holiday of love – Valentine’s Day – has become more and more popular.
On 14 February within the walls of the historic Granary we had the opportunity to host you at a wonderful feast and take care of the unique, romantic atmosphere. All this was complemented by live music and our fireplace. It was delicious, romantic and warm.