For our guests, there is a large summer garden, outdoor swimming pool with Jacuzzi, children’s playground, barbecue, sauna, massages, games room (PlayStation), poker room, billiards, table football, table tennis. In case of interest, we organize: camps for children, scout outings, ATV trips, bicycles, safaris, as well as various kinds of celebrations.
Unique nature, marvelous silence, tranquility and pleasant surroundings — all leading you to the pretty and attractive Arima Guest House.
There, a friendly and welcoming team will meet you, accommodate you and offer you a real feast!
It seems as if the time has stopped here and you’ve moved into a new and different reality!
Plenty of Fun
Landmarks around Arima
The village of Sushina is situated on the banks of Ticha dam — at the foot of the magnificent Stara Planina Mountain, along the road between Shumen — Preslav — Varbitsa. It is the third largest in Bulgaria, after Iskar Dam and Dospat Dam. In the dam, you can catch bream, carp, catfish, caraway, white fish, chub and rudd.
Extremely convenient for tourists is the possibility of hunting. In the vicinity, there is a hunting and game reserves, with stocks of reindeer, roedeer, wild boar.
Besides the amazing nature, there are also two mineral springs with proven healing qualities. The water in the first one is healing for the gastrointestinal tract, and the water in the salt spring is for people with eye diseases. They are 5km away from the village of Sushina.
National Historical and Archeological Reserve “Veliki Preslav”
More than a century of research has shown that Preslav was conceived and built by its creators as a magnificent city worthy of rivalry to the Byzantine capital of Constantinople.
National Historical and Archaeological Reserve “Pliska”
It was founded by Khan Asparuh in 681, probably on an old Slavic settlement. Pliska was the capital of Bulgaria until 893. Centennial archaeological excavations reveal the remains of the “outer” and “inner” city, the Throne Pavilion, the Little Palace, a pagan temple, a palace church, a water reservoir, bathrooms, the industrial and residential buildings, and 1.5 km from the Eastern Gate, you will find the foundations of an impressive cathedral temple — the Great Basilica.
Madara Historical Reserve
The inscriptions around it, written in Greek, reveal the exploits of three Bulgarian khans — Tervel, Krum and Omurtag. Since 1972, the Madara Horseman has been declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
Historical and Archaeological Reserve “Shumen Fortress”
The fortress is one of the best-studied archeological sites in the country. Fortress and religious architecture, residential and farm buildings and thousands of movable monuments bear witness to the various functions in different eras, especially during the time of the second Bulgarian Kingdom.
Founders of the Bulgarian State Monument Complex
The complex composition of eight concrete bodies built at different angles, forming two semi-halls, alternating shade and penumbra, rhythm and form, contrast and harmony.