Located in the picturesque Lesser Poland village of Ojców, in the commune of Skała, within the Kraków-Częstochowa Upland are the Osada Włościańska guest rooms. They are merely 20 km away from Kraków, approx. 30 km from Olkusz, 45 km from Wieliczka and 70 km from Oświęcim.
The hosts at Osada Włościańska offer overnight stays in a cosy house surrounded by trees, intended for up to 8 people. One can rent both separate rooms as well as the whole place. It has two bedrooms for four – one of which has two single beds and one double one, whereas the other has four single beds. The house’s interior also consists of a shared bathroom and a fully equipped kitchen. The guests also have a flat screen TV at their disposal.
Osada Włościańska doesn't offer meals on site.
One definite advantage of Osada Włościańska is the beautiful garden that encourages to relax outside. It provides space to mellow out away from the city noise, as well as gather around in a smaller or bigger group and have a BBQ.
What attracts tourists to this neighbourhood is mostly the one of a kind Kraków-Częstochowa Upland. Probably the most interesting and most characteristic natural attraction in the neighbourhood is the picturesque Ojców National Park – the smallest Polish park. On top of its natural assets, among which are numerous rocks and tourist caves (the Dark Cave and Łokietko’s Cave), it can also offer interesting historical landmarks, such as the ruins of the medieval castle in Ojców, the late renaissance Pieskowa Skała Castle, the “Floating” Chapel or the Professor Władysław Szafer’s Museum of the Ojców National Park and places of worship - Church of Our Most Sacred Lady, the hermitage of the blessed Salome and the praying grottoes in Grodzisk. It is also obviously a good idea to go on a longer trip to the historical Kraków to see the most famous places there – the Old Town with the St. Mary's Basilica and the Cloth Hall, the Royal Castle in Wawel, Kazimierz and many, many more.