We booked via booking.com and chose the hotel for its location not far from the motorway, but in a quiet place. Rooms to the idyllic pond have the disadvantage to be in the vicinity of the party location, our room to the roadside was very quiet. The interior is absolutely chic, 19th century, wooden panel walls, a "smoking room" with easy chairs, where we played cards in the evening, after dinner on the terrace. The restaurant is in the adjacent building, but the management should COVER the plates the waiters bring round and serve food on HEATED plates, our fish and meat was almost cold when it was delivered to the terrace. Chairs on the terrace overlooking the pond are very nice but would benefit from cushions. Excekkent breakfast buffet with huge amount of options! I did not like the beds very much, too unelastic, but apart from this and the shortcomings in serving food, a place to recommend!…
My husband and I had the privilege of staying here for our friends wedding. Absolute stunning location. The hotel itself was fantastic. The rooms are spacious and very clean. The restaurant was also lovely, you can sit outside and overlook the lake and gardens. The ceremony itself was located on a decked area overlooking the lake. After the ceremony the meal and entertainment were hosted in the marquis which was also stunning. The food which was served to us throughout the evening was delicious. I would recommend this lovely hotel to anyone for any occasion.
My Nephew married his Polish nurse and fiancé here in August 18 - he had kept the venue secret and so after driving through the ex iron curtain outskirts of Katowice this country house hidden away in its own shallow valley with lake, trees and gardens was a real delight. Blew us away. The hustle and bustle of Kracow disappeared as we drank on one of verandahs, followed by a BBQ Polish style and a lot of beer and drinking games for some. Even if the Hotel had been full of other people we were well away in garden hide-away. The wedding took place in a little bower overlooking the lake; very informal but complete with Polish throwing of the wine glasses over the shoulder, special bread for the couple as went back for the wedding breakfast (English term) for more fantastic food and masses of Vodka, which I hate!! The staff were wonderful, nothing was too much trouble and the food fantastic - the highlight was the roast goose, served after four hours of eating and drinking and dancing - delicious but too full. Most spoke enough English but all had smiles on their faces. Wonderfully isolated so grandchildren went happily to bed and no sense of needing watching them carefully. Rooms in the main house are nicely done and old-fashioned, more modern in the new annexe which blends well with the old house. We were mid-summer and our room was warm. A fan would have been nice. Any noise was our noise! I seldom give 5 stars - this is deserved.…
Surprise find located on beautiful grounds and onlt 20 minutes from Częstochowa and the Black Madonna. Nicely appointed rooms with a great terrace restaurant/bar overlooking the grounds. Great place to stay if heading from Auschwitz-Birkenau to Częstochowa or Toruń.
We arrived today at this beautiful place. Very friendly reception and charming room, with very hard beds though. We decided to eat in the restaurant of the hotel. We ordered a great chardonnay, starters were okay, not good. Main course was very poor. Unfortunately I had ordered chicken, yet this was a translation error as I had duck on my plate. The duck was very overcooked and the gnocci not so nice. We mentioned this to the waiter, yet as jus English was very poor, he did not fully understand. After quite some discussion I’d asked him to bring me the “other” chicken dish on the menu without gorgonzola sauce, as I really dislike mouldy cheese. After 20 minutes I got a mediterranean chicken fillet with the gnocci and red beets and honey sauce from the previous dish, which obviously was reheated! I ate the chicken, because I was hungry, and left the rest of the food on the plate. I again expressed my disappointment to the waiter. As a response he returned with the menu and asked if we wantend a dessert. No appologies whatsoever. We asked the bill, the charges the chicken dish, not the duck dish. No compansation for the very poor service. Eating one after the other is not fun at all, reheated food is a big NO NO and not compansating for such big mistakes by saying sorry is the biggest disappointment. People, save your souls, DO NOT EAT HERE!!!…
This place is amazing a beautiful old Palace Hotel situated in the country off a dirt road large grounds lake green trees flowers such a peaceful setting I am glad we had a tour guide take us there As it would be difficult to find but well worth it
This hotel has a beautiful location in a country side of Poland. Very charming, great service. Large and clean rooms, good breakfast. Very reasonably priced for 4* hotel. We can highly recommend this hotel.
Excellent place to unwind. A bit of a hike from Warsaw, but worth it when you arrive. We were in a fabulously appointed bungalow, away from the main part of the hotel. All in All, we'll be back. Food. Service. Treatments all to be recommended. The peace and quiet is wonderful.
Very good quality of everything: oak furnishing, high- end sanitary, carpets, etc. Nice big breakfast, and good restaurant for dinner - just avoid fruit based dishes and desserts as in Poland they are of low standards and Czarny Las confirmed the rule. Problem could be big groups who leave early with extreme noise and barking dog somewhere in village. Beautifull park. Not expensive for standart.
Stayed one night at the Palace a beautiful and well maintained manor built in 1835 Nice furniture and paintings The staff were a bit nervous because of a wedding party with 100 people Nevertheless They served dinner at 430pm a great capaccio, halibut and the surprise was the merengue never tasted Anything before Breakfast was good too although I Am not a nescafé fan There seems to be a golf course at 16km