Jester Room

Revealing the real

This room is perfect for those who always approach things in a very serious and rational manner. It caters to people who measure twice before cutting once, who carefully weigh each and every word before speaking.

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About the room

The attic is like a circus tent, with a bathtub right under the window, a toilet, and a sink on a barrel. The bed is made up of a pile of mattresses, and an old suitcase serves as a dresser and table. Everything is a little strange and surprising. Please note that this room may not be suitable for guests over 175cm tall.

Staying in this room and doing its practices will help you become more carefree and willing to try silly things. It will encourage you to take part in the small things that make life fun.

Please note that only one other person can be in the house with you at the same time, on a different floor.

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  • Area of 25 m2
  • Attic studio
  • Equipped with a single bed (100 x 200cm)
  • No balcony available
  • South- and west-facing
  • Private bathroom inside the room
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Jester archetype description

The Jester, first and foremost, is self-deprecating and doesn’t take himself too seriously. He’s neither attached to a feeling of self-importance nor the trappings of status and he is never particularly concerned with the opinions of others. The wisdom of the Jester lies in his ability to see life’s paradoxes, highlight them, and encourage those around him to see things from a new perspective or even to re-examine what they take for granted. The Jester believes that it is crucial to live in the present moment and experience both true sorrow and real joy in order to understand happiness.

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IMPORTANT NOTICE

Please note that this room is only available for guests participating in self-guided, individual or group retreats. Bookings for leisure or other purposes are prohibited.
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Frequently Asked Questions

What should I bring with me?

Latvia has very changeable weather, so even if you are coming in the summer, it’s a good idea to bring something warm (a sweater, fleece, or hoodie) and windproof. 

Bring comfortable sportswear that you can move around in. You don’t need to bring yoga mats or cushions as we have plenty of those in the yoga and meditation hall. 

There are many hiking and cycling trails around Narbuli Retreat House, so bring clothes and shoes for outdoor activities. If you want to go fishing, bring your own fishing gear. Fishing with a rod in Latvia doesn’t require a license, and there is an ideal lake right outside where you can fish and swim. The village and landscape allow for nude swimming, but if that’s not for you, bring swimwear.

What if we want to come as a couple?

If you want to come with your partner and stay together, we will place you in the Lover Room with a double bed, and the entire basement floor with a sauna and fireplace will be at your disposal. Moreover, we offer special practices to help develop and strengthen your relationship.

If you want to come with a friend, you will be staying in different archetypical rooms, each suited to your individual needs. You will spend some time in solitude and engage in individual practices.

If you want to come with a business partner, it may be useful for you to stay in the Magician Room, where you can privately discuss business matters (this room has two beds, each measuring 120 x 200cm).

Do you offer a shuttle service?

We can organize one for you at an additional cost if needed.

Is the room equipped with all the necessary hygiene amenities?

You will be given a set of towels, and liquid soap is available in the bathrooms. Sauna sheets are in the anteroom. If you forget your toothbrush or shampoo, we’ve got you covered 🙂

Are there any restrictions when staying at Narbuli Retreat House?

We can only accommodate adult guests without children or pets.

Quiet hours are enforced from 10:00pm to 8:00am.

During the day, loud conversations, singing, playing musical instruments, and other noisy activities are allowed inside the house, behind closed doors and windows.

Smoking is strictly prohibited inside the house and on the terraces, even if you use IQOS or e-cigarettes. If you smoke, there is a designated smoking area called “Window View” on the property.

Drones can only be flown after obtaining permission from the house owners.

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How is the food organized?

We offer several meal options:

  • Guests can cook for themselves using the fully-equipped kitchens. We can provide you with information on where to purchase groceries, including locally sourced farm produce.
  • Our in-house chef can prepare meals for guests. She is proficient in Korean, Asian, and European cuisine. Her diverse culinary expertise is reflected in her signature dishes, such as Korean carrots, borscht, minestrone, and baked fish. Special dietary requirements such as lactose-free, gluten-free, or other diets can be catered for.
  • There is a spa complex with a restaurant just 15 minutes away from the retreat house, which serves fusion cuisine made with excellent local Latvian produce.
How can I get to Narbuli Retreat House?

The retreat house is located near Cēsis, approximately 84 km from Riga along the A2 highway.

To get there, you can take a train or a bus to Cēsis and then a taxi to the retreat house.

The train runs 5 times a day, with travel times ranging from 1 hour 17 minutes to 1 hour 50 minutes.

The intercity bus runs 10 times a day, with a travel time of about 2 hours.

The taxi number in Cēsis is +371 268 97 530 

Do you have any other questions?

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