Away from the hussle and bussle of the busy city life, we offer you the lazy country rhythm on our farm. Our cosy cottage is located in the foothills of a mountain called Srebrna Góra – Silver Mountain, on the southern slope of the Kaczawskie Mountains in Jeżów Sudecki. From the gentle peak (491 m) there is a wonderful view of the town Jelenia Góra , the Karkonosze Mountains, The Rudawy Janowickie Mountains and the Izerskie Mountains
Around the house and in the garden we have many flowers, ornamental shrubs and trees. Benches in secluded places, a barbecue area and a playground for younger guests make it perfect for relaxing and chilling out.
Since 2004, we have been a certified organic farm.
Continuing family traditions, we run the family business. We keep our own cows and chickens. So you can try milk, fresh cheese and eggs.
Breakfast, lunch and dinner are prepared on the basis of natural products. Fresh milk, natural vegetables and fruits from our garden, homemade bread or cold cuts are the products of our eco-farm that we offer to our guests.
Tourist attractions of the Land of Extinct Volcanoes of the Karkonosze Mountains and Izerskie Mountains
If you enjoy hiking, cycling or car trips, you can choose from a rangeof superb attractions in our region.
For lovers of aviation sports there is a mountain called Góra Szybowcowa – the Gliding Mountain with a breathtaking panorama and a “U czarownic” pub („ the witches”). Both in winter and summer, it is worth visiting another mountain called Łysa Góra, where there are plenty of ski lifts and pubs in the winter, scooters and horses in the summer.
You can also choose a stroll through the valley, along the Bóbr river, admiring the wildlife and then relax at the charming pub „Perła Zachodu” , taking a closer look at its medieval Tower and the 100-year-old dam on the river in nearby little town Pilchowice.
From our village there is an easy access by public transport to the well – known Polish mountain resorts such as Karpacz, lying at the foot of the moutain Śnieżka (1603m above sea point) and Szklarska Poręba. Both places are the perfect spot for skiing or hiking.
Our region is also a paradise for history fans. The landscape around us has traces of the medieval history and echo of the World War II. Medieval castles, palaces, mysterious underworld with hundreds of tunnels will lead you in the fascinating stories of the Polish history.