Angel House Bed & Breakfast

ul. Blich 6 / 23, Krakow, 31-358, Poland

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    OK, but...


    We stayed at the Angel House B&B for 3 nights in Oct, 2012. Room was nice, not huge but big by European standards. The B&B was clean. Our ensuite bath was newly remodeled. Price includes breakfast. Dining area is small, nicely remodeled, rather tight if the B&B is fully booked, as it was when we were there. It is not a cooked breakfast but was substantial. The B&B is located on the4th floor of the building with no lift, quite a climb.
    Now for the negatives. We were advised when booking that there is no manager present and hence no front desk and so advance notice of our arrival time was required to ensure someone would be on premises to meet us. despite this, no one was there when we arrived around 7PM as notified. We had to ask a neighbor in the building to use their phone and then waited about 30 minutes for someone to arrive. It was rather cold in the mornings and evenings as there was no heat. When we inquired we were given the answer "it is not the heating season in Poland" Everywhere else we went in Krakow had heat. Not good. Wireless internet was available in all rooms but did not work at all our entire stay although we were told daily that it had been fixed.
    Room was never made up after the first morning. There was always someone different each morning, running the breakfast , and apparently maid service depends on who and how energetic that person may be on any given morning. Quite odd for a B&B . there was TV in our room but we could not get it to work.

    Directions: Within a 15 minute easy walk from train station. About a ten minute walk to old city wall.

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Forum Posts

PRL pub

by Drugness

Hello all
I had visited this Communist themed pub in Wroclaw a couple of years ago and thought it was great and i thought i would check out the Kraków branch at first opportunity.
I went to visit this pub in Kraków last weekend with 2 friends and after finding it (and clearly being able to see that there were plenty of people drinking inside) we were surprised when a bouncer inside the door told us that the pub was closed. I wonder if he thought maybe if we were from an island other than Ireland or if he just didn't like the look of us or if there was a football match on in town that night and he was cautious about strange visitors.
It looked like there had been some sort of incident in there just before we arrived. A big bunch of people seemed to have gathered.

Can anyone tell me what sort of clientele this particular pub attracts in general from the locality?
Were we better off that we didn't get in?
Thanks everyone

Re: PRL pub

by evaanna

I have no idea what was happening there - he may have thought you were 'from an island different than Ireland' but not far from it. But before visiting another pub like this I suggest you read Varlam Shalamov's 'Kolyma Tales' or Solzhenitsyn's 'The Gulag Archipelago'. We'll see how you feel at such places after this.

Re: PRL pub

by paulinuk2u

?i wonder which bar it is

Travel Tips for Krakow

listen to the Krakow trumpet...

by Ania1

listen to the Krakow trumpet call exactly in every noon !!! ( although it is played every hour, from the higher tower of the St. Marys Church, towards four quarters of the globe).The legend goes back to the Middle Ages. Every morning and evening trumpeter signaled the time of opening and closing the town gates. He also looked out for fire and enemy attacks (like Tatars). In 1241 a guard on the tower saw Tatars approaching town walls. He sounded the alarm but the melody was interupted by the arrow that passed through his troat. In remembrance of that event the trumpeter suddenly stops playing the call.

Under Construction - March 2006

by tini58de

When we visited Krakow in March 2006 there was a lot of construction work going on, which I found quite annoying: half of Rynek Glowny was under construction and quite a few of the facades within the old city were under scaffolding.... I know it is for the better, but when visiting, this is not ideal!


by doogienj

There are lots of ATM's in Krakow. Escpecially around Market Square. I noticed something people did, that the next person in line, stood very far behind the person who was currently using the machine. Then the rest of the people stood right behind each other. I would assume it's to make people feel safer.

I only saw one vestibule ATM that was open 24-hours, on Florianska Street. And ATM's in Poland, and many other European countries are called "Bankomat".

What is luxury restaurant in Krakow?

by matcrazy1

Most of hundreds restaurants located in old historic towns are neither luxury nor expensive (at least in comparison to Western Europe). But there are at least a few really luxury restaurants as well.

How to recognize them in Krakow? Hehe, like everywhere, I think:
- there are no waitresses only waiters (why?),
- restaurant staff is weared either in local, traditional costumes or in suits/ties,
- they have doorman,
- they can speak English and other, languages (usually German and French).
- people inside (businessmen, businesswomen, politicians mainly) look... funny/great/serious - choose what you want :-), usually no casual dress there,
- they serve small dishes but at big prize hehe.

Table waiting for you on 1st floor of famous Wierzynek Restaurant (old-Polish restaurant) on the picture.

Eagles' Nests Trail (1)

by gosiaPL

The trail extends between Kraków and Czestochowa (124km / 75m), and is one one of the most beautiful tourist trails in Poland. Full of picturesque jurassic rocks, castles, caves and forests, it attracts many tourists... for rock climbing, castle visisting, or simply for spending a few days in the beautiful nature. Perfect for hiking, biking tours and horse riding.

Extremely popular among rock climbers who come here every weekend. Has enough small and easy rocks for beginners. The more advanced climbers will also find it challenging!


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Address: ul. Blich 6 / 23, Krakow, 31-358, Poland