Category: Accommodation


Rooms for guests are prepared in a building separate from the House, which has a beautiful façade of stone and brick, which is part of the heritage of the North building of the jura. At this moment there are three rooms, each with a private bathroom and a kitchenette. Each room has an exit to the garden, fabulous extensive plot around is prepared, with many trees, with a nice garden and places to relax. The property is fenced, there is parking.

street Leśna 1
42-310 Żarki
Kraków-Częstochowa Jura
in the city/town
General Information
: agritourism, guest rooms and apartments, atmospheric places
: none
Contact data
: +48 666012643
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: children, families
: bike rental
: kitchen, barbecue place, bonfire place, playground
: car park, tv/sat, we accept Euro, internet, non-smoking rooms, pets welcome
: whole year

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The church of Saints Simon and Jude Thaddeus in Żarki was built in the early sixteenth century. In the early years of the eighteenth, it burned down, but was rebuilt (in a slightly amended form) thanks to the efforts of the Męciński family, the then owners. The church was again rebuilt in the years 1846-1847. Today, it is an Eclectic building with a tower covered with a Baroque dome. Inside, there is a Baroque high altar with the image of the Transfiguration.
Żarki, a small town situated in the district of Myszków, is the seat of an urban-rural commune. The today's church of Saint Barbara is a building, which replaced a wooden chapel, standing here at least since the end of the sixteenth century. The walls of the church were built of broken limestone probably in the late seventeenth century. They are plastered today. Originally, it was an infirmary church. Inside, there are eighteenth-century furnishings with three altars.
Żarki is a small town in the Polish Jura, where a large Jewish community lived for centuries. The early followers of the Jewish religion had come here as early as the Middle Ages. They left behind them only a memory and cemeteries. The best preserved graveyard is situated at Polna Street. There are about 700 tombstones on the cemetery. The oldest gravestones date from the first half of the nineteenth century. They are decorated with inscriptions and rarely seen, symbolic, imaginations.
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