We arrived here after several attempts at other hotels because they were all filled
Someone in the street recommended it and we were very comfortable there at walking distance of downtown, near the river and we had a very nice dinner
it is the only hotel we found were we could have early breakfast ( 8 am ??)
The kindness and the help of employees was especially good because they helped us in the visit to Kasimier Dolny and to prepare our next visit to Warsaw
Llegamos aquí después de buscar varios intentos en otros hoteles pues los otros estaban todos llenos
Alguien nos lo recomendó por la calle y estuvimos muy a gusto a pocos pasos del centro , cerca del río y nos dieron una cena muy rica
La amabilidad y la ayuda de los empleados fue especialmente buena ya que nos ayudaron tanto en lo concerniente a la visita de Kazimierz Dolny como a preparar nuestra estancia en Varsovia
The pension appears to have been built quite recently. The owner has their own house / vets practice nextdoor so they're on hand should you need to contact them. The street that it is located on leads onto the main square - a walk of about 300m. It is possible to order meals but as Kev & Beata knew where to buy a decent breakfast locally then we didn't bother.
It has its own parking area for guests.
The room have a small bathroom with shower (no bath) and WC. Our room was a resonable size with plenty of staorage space. We had a small French door that opened out onto the garden and gave a view of the aurrounding woodland area. All rooms had a radio, CD player and a TV.
Unlike some pensions / hotels in the area, they will accept bookings for only 1 night. Prices start from 35zl.
It's about a kilometre outside the town, but you get to walk past the old Jewish graveyard anyways, so it's worth the walk. This pension has lots of old and new movie posters posted around... which is a bit silly maybe, but it makes things fun. The value is the best I have found- private rooms with TV, your own bathroom, and even a kettle inside. Well worth a night or two if you roll through this beautiful town (which I strongly suggest!)
The campground is located adjacent to the river promenade, very close to the very center of Kazimierz. You can park your caravan here or rent some space for your tent. I don't know whether the campground offers some special facilities - well actually I don't think it does. But it is conveniently placed and inexpensive.
Of course you can use the local campground but if you are really short of funds you can try and install your tent on the grass close to the river promenade. Remember: it's illegal so you need to be brave ;-)
As the hotel complex consists of two houses I decided to post a separate note on each of them. In this picture you can see the 'Murka' house. It is located a little bit closer to the center of Kazimierz than the 'Spichlerz' house.
The hotel is ran by Polish Tourist Country Lovers' Society. It actually consists of two houses: 'Murka' and 'Spichlerz' providing fair but not luxury accomodation for up to 80 persons in single, double and triple rooms with bath, tv and phone.
Restaurant with a 60 square meter terrace, cafe with a 30 square meter summer terrace, conference rooms with multimedia equipment, sauna, solarium, parking lot etc.
This is one of the best known and the eldest hotels in Kazimierz. It boasts 45 years of the best tradition of Polish hospitality.
I only stayed in this hotel for a couple of nights some time ago but I liked it. It was not really expensive or luxury but cleand and neat.
- 2 apartments - 4 beds,
- 5 studios - 18 beds,
- 18 double rooms - 36 beds,
- 10 triple rooms - 30 beds,
- 2 quadruple - 8 beds,
- 12 beds of simplified standard in garden house
- central location,
- 3 conference rooms,
- traditional Polish cuisine,
- diet and vegetarian dishes,
- drink bar,
- parking lot,
- animals allowed,
- satellite tv,
- patio with fountain and garden.
We always try and find a room for rent in a private house when we visit Kazimierz. It's best done in advance in the busier summer months (a number cna be found froma Tourist Information centre), but off-season you can just turn up, have a scout around, and then simply check in somewhere that looks attractive. We found a great place up on the hill behind the castle - the only drawback being the climb up the cobbles to bed after an evening of wining and dining.
Albrechtowka is situated beyond Kazimierz. Large gardens, grill and beautifull places to trips with wonderful views on Vistula river.
Big hotel with restaurant, Night Club, outdor pool, 5 boardrooms from 250 to 15 persons. On place riding horse.
small hotel for 30 guests can stay here at the time in snug, comfortable interiors. Near by Vistula river.
Nice place. Hotel is situated near the
Market place, with a beautiful view of Parish Church, ruins of the Castle, and the Vistula.
800 meters from Market place on the hills named Gory - 100 meters above Kazimierz. New, furnished well house. On place riding horse.
Two independent apartments with kitchens. You can speak English.
Oasis of tranquility in city center.
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