Description of the place:
Are you looking for peace and quiet in the middle of the monumental beauty of the mountains
and forests? The dense forest tissue of this region results in a crystalline and healing air.
We cordially invite all those who are not only interested in topographic aspects of the region
but also those who want to approach the region’s customs and traditions. A great number of
tourist trails enables multi-levelled contact with nature, resulting in unforgettable adventures.
The forests around are rich of mushrooms, wild raspberries and blueberries. Each day full of
activities you will end by relaxing by a bonfire. There is a stable nearby the farmhouse where
you can hire a horse and explore the area in the saddle. The remote location of the village makes
it a dream enclave for those fed up with everyday urban turmoil.
Feel warmly invited to a charmingly situated traditional hut, preserved with its traditional cottage style. The easygoing owners have two- and three-bed rooms with bathrooms and TV, and there is a spacious bower for sunny days.
The maximum number of guests: 8
Selection of local activities:
milking cows, taking care of the farm animals, making butter, making ham and sausages, barbecue, cooking over open fire, roasting pig and mutton, gardening, traditional Polish cuisine workshops, making pickles, making food preserves, picking mushrooms, walking in the woods, sleeping on hay in a barn, grass mowing, bicycle trips
Activities within a short distance:
Selection of trips to choose from:
to Cracow – the Polish Royal city, to Zakopane – the heart of the Polish mountains, to the salt mine of Wieliczka, to Auschwitz-Birkenau – former concentration and extermination camps, to Wadowice – the birth place of the late Pope John Paul II, to the National Park of Ojcow