In the Beskid Niski region of Uście Gorlicie in Lesser Poland, lies Hańczowa28 an agritourism farm. It is only 5 km from the Slovakian border, 20 km from Krynica-Zdrój, 25 km from Gorlice and 40 km from Nowy Sącz.
Hańczowa28 is a beautiful, renovated house, which can accommodate a maximum of 14 people. It has four double rooms (with an extra bed for a child) and a spacious studio room for two or four people. Each of the rooms has its own bathroom.
Guests have access to shared, extensive dining room, a cozy room with a fireplace, as well as two spacious terraces on opposite sides of the house.
The hosts offer delicious meals prepared with local pickled foods, smoked meats and various preserves like locally picked, pickled saffron milk caps (or also known as red pine mushroom). Breakfasts are served always, while dinners only at high seasons and on weekends as well.
The agriturismo has a charming garden where everyone will find a space just for themselves. You can bathe in the pool, relax in the open air or organize a barbecue. It is also worth renting a bicycle for an additional fee and taking a tour of the mountainous surroundings.
The hosts of Hańczowa28 agritourism farm also thought about the kids. The youngest have a playground full of attractions, board games as well as a special kids corner.
The Uście Gorlickie commune and its surroundings are primarily a huge concentration of Orthodox churches. There are the Orthodox church of the caring Mother of God in Sękowa, Orthodox church of St. Paraskeva in Kwiaton, Orthodox church of the Protection of the Virgin Mary, Orthodox church of St. Dymitri from the 17th century or the Orthodox church of the Blessed Virgin Mary in Łosie. There are some war cemeteries - the most recognized War Cemetery No. 51 in Regietów, 52 and 91 in Gorlitz and No. 346 in Krynica-Zdroj, as well Cemeteries of World War II: No. 71 in Ropa, No. 70 in Sękowo or No. 75 in Szymbark. The region also has great museums, such as the Maziarska Farm in Łosie, Toy Museum in Krynica-Zdroj, Museum of Nikifor Krynicki (commemorating the Polish painter representing primitivism) or the Museum of history of Tylicz.
For those seeking active entertainment and fun, numerous rope parks will be ideal - including Siary park in Sękowa, Mamut in Krynica-Zdrój and Krynicki Park Linowy. In turn, places particularly attractive in terms of nature include Lackowa, the highest peak of Beskid Niski the Polish side, Parkowa mountain in Krynica-Zdroj, as well as the Family Garden Mazurówka. Being in Krynica, it is also worth going to the characteristic promenade and visit the famous main mineral water drinking station.