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Dwor Boratyn

Boratyn 232, Boratyn 37-561 Poland
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Boratyn 232, Boratyn 37-561 Poland
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Zośka S wrote a review Jul 2020
29 contributions7 helpful votes
The title of the review reflects the decor perfectly. Also, I didn’t know how to start it, really. To be honest, I had troubles with rating the hotel at all. Let’s start from the beginning. The moment we arrived there, we felt joy. The place looked really nice. As it turned out - from the outside. Inside, Chaos ruled, with capital C. Pictures and paintings, and photos, all from different centuries, done in different styles. We couldn’t focus on anything, because there was so much to look at. However, nothing was a feast for the eyes. Ahh, the room. The room number 2. It was quite a ride. When you walk in, you stop on the wardrobe. The whole accommodation was small in general. The scary part was the chandelier, which was broken in at least three places. Fortunately, it wasn’t hanging above my brother’s head, but his feet. In addition, the bathroom was not only tiny, but a lil dirty. And the toilet flush button broke down (but was immediately fixed). On the other hand, the breakfast was tasty and the staff acted politely. Also also, the hotel is quite close to Jarosław, which is a beautiful and interesting town. If you would like to spend there more time than two days, I would not recommend it.
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Date of stay: July 2020Trip type: Traveled with family
Jerzy S wrote a review Jul 2020
52 contributions15 helpful votes
Rarely does it happen that a hotel causes so much confusion. That greatness matches terror in nearly equal amounts. That you can’t wait to go back there, but you shiver at the thought of it at the same time. Allow me to group the advantages and the disadvantages. The location is fantastic. It takes approximately ten minutes to drive to the beautiful and interesting city of Jarosław. The park around the hotel is full of wonderful flowers and gorgeous trees - perfect for a morning stroll before a mediocre breakfast. The staff solves any problem promptly and efficiently; they also agreed to any whim we had. The beds seem clean. Scrambled eggs with sausage are very tasty, but the rest of the breakfast offered is lousy at best. Finally, the homemade wine (semi sweet) was to die for. On the other hand, the place is old. Ripe age may work in the favour of a historical site, but not accommodation. The smell in the hall and the rooms is that of old furniture and fabric. It does not make an impression that the place is clean - and it isn’t. Dusty corners, cobwebs, black dirt on the bathroom radiator. Moreover, the toilet flush button got stuck (and was speedily fixed); the chandelier’s arms were broken and balanced unsteadily on the wires (see image). The place is also very dark and filled with random and often simply ugly bric-a-brac. And by “filled” I mean that knick-knacks are stacked on every flat space and hung on almost every empty inch on the wall. Any taste or at least consistency do not matter. It’s slightly overwhelming and may make one feel uneasy. Maybe there is some history in Dwór Boratyn, but it has been lost in a flood of kitschy curios haunting the murky interior. It is good for a short stay and if you don’t spend too much time on the premises.
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Date of stay: July 2020Trip type: Traveled with family
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veross333 wrote a review Dec 2019
Gdynia, Poland29 contributions6 helpful votes
I had never given 10/10 to any hotel, and I have been travelling for at least 14 years. This is the first one that honestly earned it! Dear Lord what a stay! The outside is charming, fairytale look. Awesome 18th century building with lights everywhere. The main receptionist was fantastic, very nice, with great laugh - you just feel like home. Go next for a dinner - jaw-dropping dumplings, tartare and home wine. With filled stomach you go see your room - mine was Travelers' Den - what a fun, I have also seen other cool names/themes - now I am thinking I should come back to see more of them. Fun Fun Fun! Rooms are big and comfortable, oldish look and very well maintained. SPA is excellent, especially 4-person jacuzzi - after 6pm you can book it for your privacy - fantastic!! Breakfast - nearly all is delivered from the local producers, tasty and healthy. I don't know what to say to encourage you to give it a try. Just do it! It is just marvelous! And.. it is really affordable! Check it - solo, with friends or family, this stay you will remember. I keep my fingers crossed to visit Boratyn again. 10/10!
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Date of stay: December 2019
Room Tip: Every room has it's theme, try any - a lot of fun!
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Andzia79 wrote a review Jul 2019
Brussels4 contributions4 helpful votes
We slept there on the occasion of the wedding of my brother and it was such a lovely surprise to find this beautiful place. The staff was very helpful and accomodating all the requestes, breakfast was great! The park around is splendid. We would defenitely choose this place again!
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Date of stay: June 2019
Brenda S wrote a review Dec 2018
Saskatoon, Canada100 contributions80 helpful votes
This hotel is very quirky, but truly exceptional in every way. It is like staying in a museum. The owner has collected articles from around the world and they are displayed in every room and in the common areas. Not only is the hotel a delight for the eyes, but it provides a very comfortable stay as well. It is only a few kilometers from the town of Jaroslaw but the area where it is located is exceptionally quiet and the grounds are beautiful. The room we had was quite large, with a very comfortable large bed and luxurious linens. The wifi worked well-no issues with speed. Breakfast was varied and tasty. We also ate dinner in the hotel restaurant and were quite happy with the quality and price. I would definitely stay here again.
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Date of stay: October 2018Trip type: Traveled as a couple
Response from PerFactoR, Recepcja Dworu Boratyn at Dwor Boratyn
Responded Jan 20, 2019
Dziękujemy za miłe słowa. Cieszy nas, gdy Goście czują naszą wyjątkową atmosferę, którą tworzy miejsce i Ludzie. Dziękujemy za uznanie i mamy nadzieję spotkać się ponownie:)
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$43 - $46 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
PolandSouthern PolandSubcarpathian ProvinceBoratyn
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Frequently Asked Questions about Dwor Boratyn
What are some of the property amenities at Dwor Boratyn?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include free wifi, free breakfast, and an on-site restaurant.
What food & drink options are available at Dwor Boratyn?
Guests can enjoy free breakfast, an on-site restaurant, and a lounge during their stay.
Is parking available at Dwor Boratyn?
Yes, free parking is available to guests.
What are some restaurants close to Dwor Boratyn?
Conveniently located restaurants include Bistro Chinskie Hot Wok, ADM Pizzeria, and Cukiernia Amorek.
Is Dwor Boratyn located near the city center?
Yes, it is 0.1 miles away from the center of Boratyn.
Are pets allowed at Dwor Boratyn?
Yes, pets are typically allowed, but it's always best to call ahead to confirm.
Does Dwor Boratyn offer any business services?
Yes, guests have access to meeting rooms and a banquet room during their stay.
Are there any historical sites close to Dwor Boratyn?
Many travelers enjoy visiting Market in Yaroslavl (5.5 miles).
Is Dwor Boratyn accessible?
Yes, it offers wheelchair access. For specific inquiries, we recommend calling ahead to confirm.