The farmstay agriturismo Dom Pod Sową, which means "The House by the Owl" is located in the Lower Silesian town of Nawojów Śląski, in the land of Pogórze Izerskie, in the valley of the Kwisa river. It lies approx. 30 km away from the border with Germany and Czech Republic, 50 km from Jelenia Góra and 70 km from Legnica.
The agriturismo offers overnight stays in an charming, cozy house intended for 14 people. It has four big rooms for two, three and four, each of them with its own bathroom with a shower.
The guests at Dom pod Sową have a fully equipped shared kitchen with a dining room at their disposal.
In Dom pod Sową, after previous arrangements, it is possible to buy delicious meals mostly based on seasonal products from the local farm - vegetables, milk, goat cheeses (i.e. goat cheese in oil with herbs), eggs, breads (i.e. wholewheat rye bread on sourdough) or preserves, such as strawberry jams.
Dom pod Sową offers interesting attractions, both indoor and outdoor ones. The hosts offer a big, cozy recreation room with loudspeakers, created just for hosting artistic workshops or yoga and dance classes. Also located at the agriturismo is a spacious garden where one can start a bonfire and relax.
Dom pod Sową is a place pretty much created for the youngest guests. Just for them, the hosts have prepared a playground, plus children can help in farm chores and feed the local animals – a cat, goats, sheep and chickens.
The neighborhood of Dom pod Sową is rich both in landscape assets and historical ones. There’s plenty of bike trails around, where one can admire the beautiful, picturesque Jizera Foothills and Jizera Mountains.
Among the most interesting local historical landmarks are definitely: The ducal tower in Siedlęcin – the biggest and most preserved medieval residential tower in Poland; the Frydlant Castle in Czechia; the stone Grodziec Castle and the ruins of the castle in Świecie. Another place worth visiting is the town of Lubań with a beautiful renaissance town hall, Stallholders Tower and the Trinitarian Tower, the Bracka Tower and the churches, as well as the town of Nowogrodziec with its historical town square, the St. Peter and Paul’s parish church, the ruins of a monastery and the castle in Gościszów. On the other hand, what attracts tourists to Świeradow-Zdrój is the Spring House with the longest stroll hall in Lower Silesia, the water drinking house and the spring museum.