We would like to invite you to the Low Beskids, to Gładyszów village situated in a valley at the foot of Magóra Małostowska and range of Popowe Wierchy. This is where our cottage is located where we do our job to create a warm and friendly atmosphere and cosy conditions for leisure, specially for you…
Leisure at our place is an alternative to mass tourism, intended for people who are fond of nature and who appreciate peace and tranquillity. We offer a stay away from the noise of cities, congestions, crowds and everyday rush. You can visit us at any time of the year for family vacations, holiday for two or with a group of friends. The stay in our cottage is also an interesting option for small businesses that want to organise integration meeting, little training or brainstorm.
When building the house, we aimed at fulfilling conditions of the Polish Federation of Rural Tourism in terms of area and room furnishing, because we are well aware of expectations of nowadays holidaymaker as to accommodation. We create such conditions of stay in which we would like to stay when on holiday. Clean, spacious and light rooms without unnecessary things, even there are no particular decorations, because we believe that the view from a window itself is some kind of art that does not need additional exposure.
Rooms with mountain and woods view, each with bathroom and balcony, low basement with living room and dining room and small kitchen annex. Children have a separate playroom, and in the backyard there is a playground. Plenty of green areas around the cottage are good for relaxing and team games, next to the house there is a shelter for barbecue and fireplace. We also have a place where you can keep bikes, skis and carts. The property has dedicated parking spaces.
The region offers a number of attractions such as Hutsul Horse Stud, Klimkówka Reservoir, Wysowa Health Resort and indoor pool, ropes course in Krzywa, ski lifts, Zagroda Maziarska in Łosie, Polish Uplanders Village Museum in Szymbark, Slovakian Bardejov entered into the UNESCO World Heritage List, apart from that – many hiking trails, horse trails, bike trails, cross-country ski tracks, wooden architecture trail including Orthodox churches entered into the UNESCO World Heritage List, craftsmanship trail and whole bunch of other attractions. Besides, many cultural events. As you can see, there is plenty to do.