Kuryły is located in the vicinity of a small town called Sokółka, in Podlaskie Province, among Sokółskie Hills. It is the area of ever-present borderland history and tradition, where influence of various cultures is still visible. The area of Sokółka is the place where you can still find believers of Catholicism, the Orthodox Church, Islam and Judaism living together. The land is also full of various monuments connected with these religions. Yet, its greatest treasures are wild nature, beautiful landscapes and the atmosphere of Polish borderland. The farm is located away from other buildings and consists of traditional, wooden buildings. It is surrounded by a neat garden and old trees.
There are 3 en suites for guests (with a fully equipped common kitchen) and an apartment consisting of 2 bedrooms, a bathroom and a living room with a kitchenette. This farm makes a perfect place for enthusiasts of horse riding (the nearest stable is only 1 km away from the farm), swimming (3 km away from a lake) and angling (cooking equipment at your disposal). They have prepared a place for bonfire and barbecue for parents and a playground for children. Guests can enjoy relaxation in peaceful surroundings or ride a bike (they rent out bicycles), but also participate in everyday life of the farm, such as haying or harvesting and learning how to cook traditional, local meals.
They can provide guests with complete and professional tourist information. The most popular attractions of the neighbourhood are tourist trails for enthusiasts of walking, horse riding or cycling (Knyszyn Forest, Tartar Trail, Folk Crafts Trail, Wierszalin – mysteries of prophet Ilia, trips to Biebrza National Park, Narew National Park and Białowieża National Park). They also offer support for those who wish to visit Vilnius in Lithuania.
Bicycles for rent
Participation in daily farm-activities possible
Workshops and courses
Facilities and activities in the surroundings (< 15 km)
Guided nature tours
Special target groups
smoking restricted or prohibited
Pets are not allowed
A full-time farm
Organic or biodynamic farmPastural agriculture, Horticulture, Fruticulture, Arable farming, Forestry