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Agriturismo "Zacisze" - Barbara Noszczyk


Located near the forest. Full board. Housewife on request bakes bread. Children's Playground. After agreeing, you can bring your pets and put up a tent. The location ensures peace and quiet. Attractions include hiking and biking trails Jurassic stronghold, gathering mushrooms and berries, bonfires, and horse-drawn carriage ride horseback.

Rooms: 3 4-bed rooms with extra bed and room 6-bedded rooms with shared bathroom and kitchen for guests.
Location
street Brzeziny 1
42-320 Niegowa
Niegowa
Kraków-Częstochowa Jura
in the country
General Information
: agritourism
: none
Contact data
: 034 315 42 21
: 503 546 261
: noszczyk@turist.pl
: www.jura.turist.pl/brzeziny1
Accommodation
: 20
: 5
: children, groups
: guide in English, guide in German
: kitchen, barbecue place, bonfire place, electricity connection, shower
: we accept Euro, car park
Conference room
: Yes
Availability
: whole year

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