Chutor Grzegorza is a charming Dutch cottages located in Wysowa-Zdrój in Lesser Poland, near the border with Slovakia. The settlement is about 30 km from Krynica-Zdrój, less than 50 km from Nowy Sącz and about 40 km from Muszyna and only 3 km from the border with Slovakia.
Guests of Chutor Grzegorza have 5 houses at their disposal. Four four-person cabins - Martynka, Iga, Lusia and Henio, named after the grandchildren of the hosts - consist of two bedrooms, a living room with dining room, bathroom and kitchen equipped with a refrigerator, stove, electric kettle, kitchen utensils, plates, glasses and cutlery . They also have TV, wireless internet and a terrace with a table with chairs and a small grill. In turn, the fifth, also 4-person "Zdrój" holiday house is characterized by a great location close to the heart of the spa park in Wysowa, on a fenced plot with parking. The property has a living room with a TV connected to a kitchen equipped as other houses, two rooms, a bathroom with a shower and a terrace.
The hosts of the Dutch houses offer delicious breakfasts and dinners in a beautiful, stylish cottage in the Chutor Grzegorza complex for an additional fee.
The main advantage of staying in the Dutch houses is direct access to the river. In Chutor Grzegorza, it is also worth taking advantage of the grill shelter. In addition, within less than half a kilometer there are facilities such as an indoor swimming pool with sauna and jacuzzi, tennis courts and a bowling alley as well as grocery stores and restaurants.
Chutor Grzegorza is a friendly place especially for children. The youngest have a lot of attractions to choose from, such as a sandpit, swings, a climbing wall, rockers or a slide.
Chutor Grzegorza is a great starting point to Wysowa-Zdrój, where, due to its spa values, it is worth visiting the Mineral Water Pump Room and the Water Park in sanatoriums, in addition to, among others, horse riding center and mini ZOO. Lovers of monuments will certainly be interested in the local Orthodox church from 1799, as well as other objects located in the vicinity of Wysowa-Zdrój, being part of the Wooden Architecture Route, which creates a total of 251 of the most valuable and most interesting historic wooden objects. To appreciate the beauty and uniqueness of the local landscapes, it is worth going on a mountain expedition along one of the many tourist routes, for example to the chapel under the Jawor Mountain or the Ostry Wierch.