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Willa u Źródeł


Wybierając hotel w którym zamierzamy spędzić długo wyczekiwany urlop, kryterium decydującym jest w szczególności standard obiektu oraz dodatkowo oferowane atrakcje. W naszym hotelu poza ciszą i spokojem zaznają Państwa również relaksu w saunie fińskiej oraz w wywodzącej się tradycji rosyjskiej bani (łaźni). Poza biernymi formami relaksu mogą Państwo skorzystać z basenu wyposażonego w przeciwprąd (tzw. sztuczną falę). Wieczorami, po wyczerpującym dniu mogą Państwo spędzić czas przy ognisku rozkoszując się urokiem zachodzącego słońca, a w deszczowe dni mogą Państwo szukać schronienia w jednej z dwóch altan. Dla niestrudzonych zwolenników aktywności, dla których wieczorna pora nie oznacza kresu aktywności została przygotowana sala ćwiczeń wyposażona w stoły do tenisa oraz sprzęt do ćwiczeń wysiłkowych.

 

Location
Osiedle Wilcze Doły 1
Pilica
Pilica
Kraków-Częstochowa Jura
in the city/town
General Information
: agritourism
: none
Contact data
: +48 606 461 405
: kontakt@willauzrodel.pl
: http://willauzrodel.pl/
Accommodation
: kitchen, shower
: tv/sat
Availability
: whole year

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