This private house has a number of rooms to let, all with separate entrance, bathroom, fridge, TV (no satellite) and gas cooker. Our room was on the ground floor with door opening onto the corner of the garden. The owner of the house is a fisherman so fish is available every day - his wife will fry it for you if you want. The house is situated about 800 m from the beach but they all are: the village is separated from the sea by large dunes overgrown with forest. There is a locked car park for all guests. The garden is fenced off and there are other houses around so that you hardly see the bay. For better views, stay in any house situated further east on a hill overlooking the bay.
Great nature all around and ....fried fish straight from the sea served to your room every afternoon.
We didn't stay at Wielorybek but in early September this year we went there for a day to visit our cousin and his wife who were spending their holiday there. They had a double room ensuite on the first floor from which you could just about see the sea. The room was pleasant if a bit dull but it was OK for them.They had their meals in the restaurant downstairs so, after a walkabout we joined them for lunch. Chris had tripe (a Polish speciality which some people may shudder at) and we both had perfectly fresh fried cod and cabbage salad. For pudding, I had pancakes with blueberry filling, which I enjoyed. The restaurant is open to the general public so you can eat there even if you are living somewhere else. I know that there was one thing there that our cousin didn't like - the soups and other dishes are often served lukewarm rather than hot. And they minded the noise of house repairs with which the owners could have waited till the end of the season.
The hotel is situated just a few steps away from the fishing harbour and a beautiful sandy beach where the cousin's wife picked lots of seashells for their grandson at home. Next to the beach is the forest with some nice paths and opportunities for picking mushrooms, which is a favourite pastime of many Poles. I bet the place can be very touristy during the season so it might be better to visit it in May, June or September. It would then be a nice venue for a romantic weekend for two.
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