FACILITY IS OPEN ALL YEAR ROUND, - Self-catering, - 2 rooms with a kitchenette, bathroom, toilet - In the green room with 2 double beds and 1 single, - In the orange room has a double bed, - TV, - fully equipped kitchen, - Tent, - By prior arrangement with the owner there is a possibility with pet przyjechania, - Swimming pool 3 km, - Ski lift - 100 m from the house (in winter) - 4-seater swing, - Table tennis, - Hilly terrain
street Smoleń 13
Tourist region: Kraków-Częstochowa Jura
Location: in the country
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: 0 509 276 177
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The beginning of the restaurant operation Złoty Garniec Inn is 2013. From the very beginning, the restaurant owners focu...
The beginning of the restaurant operation Złoty Garniec Inn is 2013. From the very beginning, the restaurant owners focused on traditional Polish cuisine based on healthy regional products. The restaurant's specialty is traditional Polish cuisine, which is appreciated by both local restaurant guests and tourist groups from around the world. All dishes are cooked based on Old Polish recipes.
The village of Smoleń lies in the Kraków-Częstochowa
Upland, on the eastern edge of Silesia, near the village
of Pilica. Smoleń is known primarily for the castle,
which, although much ruined, is one of the most
picturesque and attractive fortresses located on the
Eagles' Nests Trail. Its tower dominating over the forest
is the landmark of the local landscape. The castle is
situated with the area of the nature reserve also called
The first Jews settled in Pilica, an old town which lies east of Zawiercie, in the sixteenth century. Before the Holocaust, they represented the vast majority in the town. In the twenty-first century, the only trace of their presence is a large cemetery located on the edge of the town. This is the other Jewish cemetery in Pilica founded in 1842. It occupies an area of approximately 1 hectare. It is fenced. 327 typical tombstones with inscriptions mostly in Hebrew have survived to this day.
In Zarzecze, a small town adjacent to the Pilica river, there are ruins of the stone church dedicated to Saints Valentine and Stanislaus. The church was built in the sixteenth century as part of the hospital buildings. In the seventeenth century, a brick church was built where the ministry was exercised by the fathers of the Order of Canons Regular of Saint Augustine. The property fell into disrepair after the partition of Poland, in the second half of the nineteenth century.
An old, wooden bell tower and a brick sacristy, church wall and gravestones of the old cemetery are the only remnants of the church of Saints Peter and Paul in Pilica. The sixteenth-century wooden church stood on Saint Peter’s Hill rising over the Pilica river until January 1945. It was here where the first settlement called the Old Pilica had been founded 800 years ago. The hill is worth the climb to admire the extensive views.
In Pilica, which lies in the Kraków-Częstochowa, a clear urban layout has been preserved to this day. It is associated with the location of the town on the Magdeburg Law in the late fourteenth century. The center forms a trapezoidal market square, of whose corners main streets run out, which in the past were parts of major routes. Noteworthy are the traces of the former town hall, municipal wells, and above all, old churches.