200-year old timber-framed former bakery (Umgebindehaus)

This cosy, romantic cottage has all modern conveniences in addition to numerous well -preserved features, which includes: sandstone archways, farmhouse-style flagstones, original interior and exterior doors, a large, open log fire and a wood burning stove, wattle and daub walls with lime plaster and wooden floors. It has been carefully restored to blend the benefits of a 200-year-old building with the comforts of 21st century living.


Pod wulkanem (Under the Volcano) is equipped with an interesting mixture of both antique and more modern furniture. On the first floor there are 3 bedrooms (2 very large doubles and 1 smaller double which all together can sleep a minimum of 6 adults with extra beds available for any children). There is also one main family bathroom with a Victorian bath, wet room (shower) basin and toilet on the first floor and a separate toilet downstairs. There is a large kitchen with dining table big enough to seat 8. There is an old 1920s pianola downstairs which currently only works as a piano and may be used by any aspiring musicians. The downstairs drawing room has an open fireplace and has the potential to sleep an extra 2 people.


The upper part of the garden and meadow has panoramic views across unspoilt farmland and the Sudety Mountains -an ideal spot to relax. To the rear of the cottage is a large enclosed and private lawned garden complete with garden furniture.


The house and accommodation has featured in the Polish monthly magazine "Weranda Country" due to the renovation techniques in keeping with traditional styles and methods. Note though, this article is only in Polish. Private parking is available for several cars or larger vehicles.


Further details:


Utilities: Dishwasher, Cooker, Microwave, Fridge, Freezer, Washing machine Rooms:   


3 Bedrooms, drawing room


Bathrooms: 2


Furniture:  Sofabeds (1), Single beds (3), Double beds (3), Cots (1), Dining seating for 10 Other:   


Linen provided, towels provided