Who wouldn’t want to live a fairytale life? Well, why not pamper yourself with a fairytale-like holiday in Poland? Continuing our journey along the path of unusual places to stay overnight, we’d like to show you some places where magic really happens.
You say ‘fairytale’, you think ‘castle’. The most famous fairytale-like castle is probably the Moszna Castle. Its middle part was built in the 18th century, but it partly burned down in 1896. The rest of the castle was built after the fire, so it is actually not old, but with its fancy architecture, 365 rooms and as many as 99 towers it sure does attract tourists. It is also believed to have its own castle ghost. Dare to check if there is a grain of truth in that legend?
If you prefer your fairytale to be more realistically set in history, try the Czocha Castle. It is a defensive castle, the walls of which remember the 13th century. Located on the bank of a lake, it has an exceptional atmosphere, which is why it is so eagerly featured in movies and tv-series. To learn more about the castle’s interesting story, click here: link/
Galindians were pagan tribes of the Balts who lived in present-day Masuria. If you would like to travel back in time and at the same time relax by the banks of Bełdany lake and Krutynia river, Galindia has three hotels to offer: Kraina Alkos, Mazurski Eden and Refugia, each with a different story to tell. Let yourself drown in the magical atmosphere of the past and the wild. Galindia is surrounded by breathtaking landscapes. What is more, it is only a stone’s throw from the biggest lake of Poland, Śniardwy.
Any Tolkien fans out there? We have a variety of Hobbit houses in different parts of Poland to choose from, where you can make yourself at home. Our hearts were stolen by Hobbitówa, with a magnificent view over the valley of the river San. Its interiors have been designed with care of the details, making you feel as if you got teleported to The Shire. If you’re visiting the Tricity, you can stay in one of the ten little Hobbit houses at Hobbitowe Wzgórza in Przywidz, just some 30 kilometers away from Gdańsk.