Dzikie Róże is a guest house located in the tiny village of Janice near Lubomierz in Lower Silesia. Agriturismo, whose documented beginnings date back to 1540, is about 20 km from Jelenia Góra and also as much from the border with the Czech Republic.
The hosts of Dzikie Róże were keen to make their guests feel like they were moved into the past, which is why they renovated their restored guest house with original, Lower Silesian furniture and household equipment, the oldest of which date back to the mid-18th century. They offer sixteen beds in five rooms. Each of them has a bathroom, in which there is m.in. hair dryer, hypoallergenic soap and a set of towels. Due to the special character of the object, it is not adapted to host children under five, but the ground floor apartment is prepared for disabled people.
Guests of Dzikie Róże have at their disposal a large living room with a kitchenette and a large table, while in the seating area there is a comfortable sofa, books and fire in the fireplace.
The hosts of the pension offer a tasty breakfast based on vegetarian cuisine. The dishes are prepared from local products that have been produced without the use of chemicals - the milk comes straight from cows grazing nearby. From that milk different cheeses are made. During the season you can taste the vegetables, fruits and herbs growing in the local garden, while in the winter the hosts treat their guests with their own preserves. There are several apiaries near the Dzikie Róże, so the hosts never run out of delicious honey. You can also enjoy vegan or gluten-free dishes in the guest house.
Janice is such a small village that there are no shops or churches here, no bus passes through, which makes this place quiet and peaceful. The huge assets are primarily the picturesque hills, meadows, fields and forests stretching around. The area is suitable for cycling trips and horse rides.
The hosts of Dzikie Róże are happy to advise and talk about interesting places, nature, history and culture of the region. Special attention to the surrounding objects include the ruins of the church from the sixteenth century and the monuments of Lubomierz - the architectural pearl of Lower Silesia, such as a group of Gothic and Baroque buildings included in the monastery complex with the main Baroque church of the Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary and St. Maternusa or Rynek with historic houses, a modest Town Hall and the famous Kargul and Pawlak Museum, housed in the 16th-century Płóciennik House. It is also worth taking a canoeing trip down the Bóbr River, crossing the unpopulated trails of the Jizera Mountains or going to the Bóbr Valley Landscape Park.