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Cafe "Priedes māja"

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A place to have a meal, celebrate a special occasion and relax after a hard workday or a holiday. The café "Priedes māja" always offers simple but delicious dishes.
The café "Priedes māja" is located in the quiet but beautiful town of Ainaži. The café offers both indoor dining and a summer terrace. The total number of tables indoors is 5, with a total capacity of up to 20 people, and 4 tables are available on the terrace. The café is open all year round - every day in the summer season and on weekends in the winter season. 
 
The café "Priedes māja" offers the possibility to organise private events and social events for up to 40 people. A children's playground is available. 
 
If your pet is going on a trip or a camping trip, they are also welcome in the café!
Location
Valdemāra iela 51 Ainaži, Ainažu pag.
lat: 57.864339; lon: 24.358985
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