In the heart of the gorgeous Biebrza National Park, on the banks of the Biebrza River, this hotel is ideal for a relaxing break or for a business conference. The beautiful, picturesque valley and lush countryside surround the complex, offering seclusion and peace. The hotel’s three buildings have accommodation for 100 guests and the complex’s unique restaurant is a replica of a 17th century inn, and is the largest timber framed building in Poland. The inn is famous for its excellent cuisine and traditional, regional specialities. The excellent, modern conferencing facilities and peaceful location make the hotel the ideal place to hold a conference, with everything needed on-site.
The location was perfect for visiting the Biebza Marshes. Much wildlife could be observed from the hotel garden. The room was spacious and had a balcony with a superb view over the garden and marshes beyond.
The en-suite bathroom was dated and worn out - the plug was missing, the plumbing poorly installed / leaking, and the shower did not work on arrival, but was fixed following a comnplaint. Dinner was served in a temporary building which was vast, and lacked atmosphere (this follows a fire at the hotel more than 1 year ago). Breakfast was minimal - no fruit or fruit juice.
The peace and quiet of the situation of the hotel and the dinner menu in the restaurant.
The condition of the access road.
beautiful nature and a well built complex with character. Frogs singing- it is really worth of driving there even if it not near the main highways