Since 1997, buildings of the Koknese manor complex are used by pub ‘Rūdolfs’, which is popular among Koknese inhabitants and guests. The place, where the writer Rudolfs Blaumanis lived and worked from 1885 to 1887, has provided inspiration for the Latvian atmosphere and dishes, as well as the name of the pub.
In 2016, pub ‘Rūdolfs’ moved from the manor’s former laundry house to the newly renovated barn building, where spacious premises with Latvian style decorations invite the guests to their time enjoying a meal.
On a regular day pub ‘Rūdolfs’ can serve 50 people. You can get a breakfast, combined lunch special (on business days) and dinner at the pub or for take-out, sip on alcoholic or non-alcoholic beverages. We accept orders for tourist groups and catering for up to 60 people in our premises or up to 150 people on location.