In our previous post we followed the path of unusual places to stay at in Poland. Let us continue our extraordinary journey. We can already smell spring in the air, so this time we will pay a virtual visit to the Polish Mother Nature. We’ve prepared a selection of magical places that will allow you to experience the beautiful landscapes of Poland to the fullest. Enjoy!
Missed previous part? Check it here: Unusual Accommodation: Because Typical Hotels Are Boring
Slow life at the end of the world, far away from the civilized world, in harmony with nature instead of the ticking clock, with cranes, herons, storks, ravens and hawks as neighbors - that’s the essence of Glendoria. You can choose to stay in a comfortable, atmospheric room inside an original 1934 building made of brick and wood. All of the buildings have the characteristics of the 20th-century Masurian architecture. They are picturesque, atmospheric and overgrown with plants. But for those who wish to be even closer to nature, Glendoria has a real treat: stylish and comfortable tent rooms on top of a hill, with a wonderful view on the surrounding forests. This is where you can really feel the magic of Polish nature.
Wisła, the hometown of the famous Polish ski jumper, Adam Małysz, has a real pearl for those who are keen on good architecture. Szuflandia are two wooden houses, the form of which resembles open drawers. The extraordinary design of the interiors stays in harmony with the buildings. Spacious, sunny terraces encourage to sit and enjoy the breathtaking view over the forests, mountains and creeks of the Beskidy region. But the most exciting thing about Szuflandia is probably… the bed. It seems to hang above the ground in a “drawer” and offers an unforgettable view through an enormous window. Wouldn’t we all want the Polish mountains to be the last thing we see before we fall asleep and the first thing we see in the morning? The apartments are worth visiting all year long. Fans of skiing will be particularly happy with their location: right next to the ski slope!
By the river of Bug, close to the Polish-Belarus border, there is a place that looks as if someone had taken it from a fairy tale. A place where time has stopped, where the Polish food tastes insanely great and where meadows almost seem to enter the interiors. Absolutely idyllic. The atmospheric, wooden cottages, every detail of which is well-thought-of and polished up, show you the true soul of the Polish countryside and meals served in an old barn make you not want to leave the table. Additionally, for those who prefer a more modern style, Siedlisko Sobibór offers accommodation in new houses built between tree branches, with a wonderful view over the surrounding meadows and forests. Ready to count to storks walking by?
In a hilly land, with lakes, rivers and streams at your fingertips, Tamarynowa Osada, a family-run agrotourism farm welcomes its guests. It’s a place where you can’t help feeling immersed in nature. Even the interiors remind you where you are, with walls beautifully painted in pictures of the Polish countryside: green forests, flowering fields, storks in a nest, flying cranes… It’s the perfect place to relax! Of course, since it’s an authentic farm, there’s an opportunity to see cattle, hens, ducks, geese, turkeys and sheep. But the main attraction are horses! Care for a ride?