Krokowa Hotels

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Private accomodation: Home Comforts

In this area close to the sea, loads of people supplement their income by taking paying guests in the summer. This varies from allocating two or three bedrooms and shared kitchen facilities to huge purpose-built guesthouses.

I visited one of these in Bialogora, had dinner there and spent the evening. Because I intend to stay here next ime I'm in the area I toured the whole premises and was very impressed with the spacious well-furnished rooms. Everything is spotlessly clean and the Kocur family who run it are pleasant and helpful. Details are on the website. Click on Baza Noclegowa and then on Bialogora, Tomas Kocur. Click on the photo of the house and you will get prices and all other details.

This accomodation is really inexpensive. It's in lovely countryrside, close to the forest and the sea . The owners keep bees and sell their own honey which is simply delicious.A few minutes drive away is a large stables/farm/visitors centre which offers loads of activities.

There are lots of other family homes/small guesthouses who take in visitors and arenot registered on this website. You can get details from the local tourist office if you arrive here in the holiday season. Out of season, even a query in the local shop even should sort you out in no time. If you are travelling on a budget then this type of accomodation represents unbelievabl value for money

  • Opinion of Price: less expensive than average
  • Related to: Beaches, Backpacking, Budget Travel
  • Written March 15, 2007
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Riding stables at Bialogora

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Hotel Zamek Krokowa: King of the Castle.

If you've ever had a secret hankering to be King or Queen of the castle then this is a great chance to live out your fantasy. The castle has transformed seamlessly into a hotel with very little of the atmosphere or integrity of the building sacrificed. You won't find a leisure centre or spa here but you will find enormous fireplaces, period furniture, richly polished wood and walls painted in jewel shades of ruby red. There's a serene and gracious ambience with no raised voices or loud music and helpful but unobtrusive staff. The 37 bedrooms are comfortable rather than luxurious and have idyllic views over the surrounding gardens. Breakfast is included in the cost of your room and there is a restaurant which serves lunch and dinner if you decide to eat in.

The hotel organises barbecues, concerts and trips to places of interest and you will find all the details on their website.

Because we booked just a few weeks before leaving, the room we got was right up in the attic and judging by the photos on the brochure, was nothing as fancy as the rooms on the first and second floors. It was a little bit of a climb but the upside was this feeling of being above and away from it all to an incredible extent. Over our beds were two enormous skylights which opened right onto the trees and overlooked the moat to the rear. I love staying in peaceful and atmospheric surroundings and at EUR 95 per room, it was incredibly good value as well.

The photo shows one of the first-floor reception rooms which are always open and available to be enjoyed by guests. The other photos are all of the surrounding gardens and park .

  • Opinion of Price: about average
  • Related to: Architecture, Historical Travel, Castles and Palaces
  • Written March 14, 2007
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Interior: Zamek Krokowa

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