Finding an ideal romantic hotel in Lesna does not have to be difficult. Welcome to Czocha Castle Hotel, a nice option for travelers like you.
Guest rooms offer a flat screen TV, and Czocha Castle Hotel makes getting online easy as free wifi is available.
You can also take advantage of some of the amenities offered by the hotel, including a 24 hour front desk, room service, and a concierge. In addition, guests can enjoy a sauna and breakfast during their visit. As an added convenience, there is paid public parking available on-site.
Given the close proximity to Zapora Złotnicka (1.6 mi), guests of Czocha Castle Hotel can easily experience one of Lesna's most popular landmarks.
Best of all, Czocha Castle Hotel makes it easy to experience some great Lesna attractions like Czocha Castle, which is a popular castle.
Czocha Castle Hotel puts the best of Lesna at your fingertips, making your stay both relaxing and enjoyable.
What's nice about the place is the castle itself, its surroundings and the restaurant - both the food and the Ladies were fantastic! To spend a night however, it's not ideal. The first surprise for us was that although we were guests of the hotel, we were supposed to pay for visiting the castle. Second incovenience was the fact, that although we had booked a superior room, there was a huge group of children above our head, very noisy, party every day and it was impossible to relax. It not exactly what we expected when booking this type of accomodation. In addition, the superior (thematic) room was very small, didn't look special in any way. There was no kettle in the room, the bathroom was not comfortable at all - no space to put our stuff. Most of our belongings we needed to keep out of the bathroom. No curtains or window covers - in summer when the sun rises after 4 o'clock it's difficult to sleep.…
Our polish guests surprised us with a visit and a stay at the hotel. Castle was built in 1247. Many changes have occurred over the years by different owners. We took the tour even though it was in Polish. They gave us a English handout to help and our Polish family explained the rest. We climbed the tower and visited the dungeon. Our hotel room and private modern bathroom were very comfortable and tastefully decorated. We rented 3 rooms for the 3 couples and each was decorated in a different theme. Great place to stay. The breakfast was very limited. Take the lake boat ride before you leave and get a great view from the water.
We spent Easter time in this castle. All rooms were booked, it was more than a hundred people. We had special breakfasts and suppers because of Easter. We could also visit the whole castle with a guide. This is 3-star-hotel and this you should expect - nothing more, nothing less. But still, it is a nice place.
The castle is actually really cool and we didn't have to pay much. We booked a room for 30 € from Booking.com a few hours before we arrived. It was worth the price to sleep a night in a real castle, but there wasn't anything else that special in the hotel. The room was really cold. There's a sauna in the basement but it's very basic. They offer massage but I couldn't get it for the same day. There's a restaurant that offers good food and a nice breakfast was included.
The Czocha Castle is a very beautiful place set over a lake in the middle of the forest. A trip to this place provides a lot of lovely beautiful views during drizzle autumn day. A good impression blurs a castle's crew attitude to clients and to each other. A first thing is that the price for a tour around the Castle is the same as always but during the tour we were informed that a few of chambers are not avaiable for tourists, also the Castle Tower. In the same time a lady in the ticket office said that all is fine and avaiable. A guide who was leading us in the end of the tour just said he is not responsible for what she is saying. Lack of communication between the crew looks very bad outside the company what is a second bad thing. The last one is a way which the guide used to desribe stories of princes and owners of the Castle. In my opinion was quite vulgar.…