​Restaurant Žolnir has a long-standing family tradition and is embedded in an idyllic environment with rich historical and cultural heritage. It got its name from Jurčič's novel Kloštrski Žolnir, in which the main character, a forestry engineer – whom the locals called Žolnir, falls in love with a beautiful girl from Kostanjevica, named Katica. It is written in historical sources that this engineer was the famous Josef Ressel, who worked as a forester in this area. At the same time, he also invented the famous ship's screw here, which he tested on the Krka River. 

​Restaurant Žolnir is embedded in an idyllic environment with a historical and cultural past and a rich family tradition

​Delicious dishes

​Our friendly staff awaits you in a traditional Slovenian hospitality and invites you to experience pleasant culinary moments at our restaurant together with your business partners or your loved ones. The restaurant can seat up to 250 guests, if you wish to spend the night we also offer 12 double rooms and 4 apartments.