The farm is situated on a hill in the Bieszczady Mountains. It is surrounded by meadows and pastures, with forests in the entire area. The house is a brick building, constructed in 1957, that was inhabited by prisoners who worked at the state-owned farm nearby during communist times. This family of seven tries to live ecologically responsible and they like to pass on all their knowledge to their children. The garden has not been entirely organized yet, but you can find hazels, walnut, plum and apple trees as well as some blackcurrants there. They grow all kinds of vegetables and they keep cows, goats, rabbits, ducks, geese and chickens.
On the first floor of the Cheese House, the guests can enjoy a room with four beds, a kitchenette and a bathroom. The second lodging is located in the house and also has four beds and all the amenities. There is a tent site opposite the house, with its own water access and a toilet. The guests can buy a selection of goat’s and cow’s cheeses, sweet and sour milk, butter, cream, yoghurt, bread, various types of honey, fruit juice and fruit preserves. There is a playground for the children and also cheese-making and bread-making workshops.
For the nature lovers there are the Duszatyn Lakes and Zwiezło Nature Reserve. Of course you can go on a trip with the Bieszczadzka Forest Railway and enjoy the stunning views. The Andy Warhol Museum of Modern Art in Medzilaborce (25 km) lies just over the Czech border and there is a mountain bike route that’s going there. In Sanok is the Rural Architecture Museum. There are ski lifts in Karlików, Lesko, Puławy and in Slovakia.
Bicycles for rent
Facilities for playing outside
Tours of the farm
Participation in daily farm-activities possible
Workshops and courses
Facilities and activities in the surroundings (< 15 km)
Open air children's pool
Special target groups
not allowed to smoke in the rooms
Pets allowed if agreed upon
A full-time farm
Organic or biodynamic farmPastural agriculture, Horticulture, Fruticulture, Forestry, Stock breeding, Poultry