The farm is located in the central part of the Lubelska Highland in the Bystrzyca River Valley, in the area that has been eco-friendly for several years. The farm is run by Gienia who keeps animals and poultry, grows fruit and vegetables, loves flowers and takes care of her parents. Visit the farm to listen to their stories about the Lubelska village and take a walk in pristine nature. Farm architecture is typical for the Lublin village and the area is full of flowers, ornamental woody plants and fruit trees.
Guests stay in a summer house with two rooms, kitchen and bathroom with a shower. In the garden there is a big tent which is used as a common room with tables and benches, a swing, BBQ and campfire. There is also a tent site. The guests are more than welcome to make their own preparations from fruit and vegetables in the garden or make bouquettes to take home. They prepare food using home-grown produce.
The area is famous for its old water mills. It is a perfect place for angling, making a fire, swimming and for nature lovers. In Strzyżewice there is the Kołaczkowski Family manor (2 km). In the nearby Piotrowice you can visit the renovated manor of Kajetan Kozmian. In Pszczela Wola stands the only Beekeeping High School in Poland which houses beehive open air museum, apiary museum and a stud farm. In June each year the Honey Festival is celebrated. The area is surrounded by the Krzczonów Landscape Park. Two kilometers from the farm there is bike and kayak rental.
Bicycles for rent
Facilities for playing outside
Guided excursions in the surroundings
Tours of the farm
Participation in daily farm-activities possible
Workshops and courses
Facilities and activities in the surroundings (< 15 km)
Bicycles for rent
Guided nature tours
Indoor swimming pool
Special target groups
not allowed to smoke in the rooms
Pets allowed if agreed upon
A part-time farm
Small, traditional and ecological farmPastural agriculture, Horticulture, Fruticulture, Arable farming, Poultry