My room was dorm-like, neat and very clean with a large shower bathroom and a beautiful view of the lake in the morning. The staff didn't speak any English but worked hard to figure out what I wanted and be of help. Music on weekends can be a little loud if there's a party downstairs, but the accomodations are great and the price reasonable. The pool is terrific (even when SCUBA lessons are being held in it) and the breakfast foods are typical Polish fare with the occasional nod to Americanized tastes. The grounds are spotless and the small town of Dychow (pronounced Day hoo v) is delightful and boasts a beautiful old brick church and a wooden bridge over the river. Bring good walking shoes and enjoy the town or take the bus at the end of the Pensjonat driveway to any of the nearby larger towns and shopping centers; the clerk will write down what times the bus leaves and returns. I recommend being home for dinner, however; the barscht soup at the hotel restaurant is truly Polish in flavor and style and is a don't miss.