Near the forest, in the Opole town of Prusków, in the commune of Zębowice lies the Buczkownia farmstay. It is 30 km from Kluczbork, 40 km from Opole, 70 km from Częstochowa and 100 km from Katowice.
The Buczkownia farm stay consists of four bedrooms, two of which have large double beds, and the other two have two single beds. In addition, it is possible to add a cot.
The house has two bathrooms with a shower, a fully equipped kitchen and a cozy fireplace room.
The hosts will be happy to prepare breakfasts for their guests, at a fee.
At the Buczkownia agriturismo there is a beautiful, spacious garden full of fruit trees. It is an ideal place to relax, as well as to organize a barbecue or bonfire. Guests who prefer active leisure can rent bikes free of charge on site and tour the picturesque surroundings, while free time spent on site can be enjoyed playing the numerous board games.
Opole region boasts exceptional natural wonders - including Landscape Park of the Sowie Mountains and the Śnieżnik Landscape Park, as well as the beautiful Colorful Lakes in Kamienna Góra or remains after the Wilcza Góra volcano in Złotoryja. There are also some unique reservoirs, including the Turawskie Lake where fishermen and water sports enthusiasts will certainly not be bored, as well as the Little Panew which is perfect for a kayaking trip.
There are many impressive castles in the area, the most important of which are: the Bolkow Castle, the Castle of Niesków, and the Książ Castle in Wałbrzych which is over 700 years old. The region is also famous for museums, such as the Military Museum in Świdnica and the Industrial and Railway museum in Jaworzyna Śląska, as well as sacred buildings, among others Church of the Blessed Virgin Mary in Złotoryja and the 17th century wooden Church of Peace in Świdnica (part of the UNESCO World Heritage List).