Zacisze Zielone Ogrody is, as its Polish name suggests, a picturesque house located in the Moniuszki village of Podlasie, in the municipality of Mońki, away from the city noise. It is 40 km from Białystok, 60 km from Ełk and Augustów, and the same from the border with Belarus.
The hosts of Zacisze Zielone Ogrody invite you to take advantage of accommodation in cozy double and triple bedrooms with single and double beds. Each room has a TV, tea and towels, and some have a private bathroom.
Guests of Zacisze Zielone Ogrody can use the bathrooms in the corridor, the living room and a fully equipped kitchen with a refrigerator, a stove and a microwave.
On special request, for an additional fee guests of Zacisza can purchase children's meals, special diet menus, as well as order delivery of groceries.
The main advantage of the house are its two beautiful summer gardens, where vegetables and fruits are grown. The area here is also an ideal place for a picnic, lighting a campfire or organizing a barbecue, as well as sunbathing on deckchairs. In turn, active guests of Zacisze can rent bicycles for a fee and take a ride in a picturesque area.
Zacisze Zielone Ogrody is a child-friendly place. Young guests have a playground and a swimming pool at their disposal.
The beautiful grounds surrounding the house are an ideal space for walking and cycling trips, as well as a perfect place for canoeing and mushroom picking. Quite close to Zacisze Zielone Ogrody is the Biebrza National Park - the largest Park in Poland, famous primarily for the strict protection of Czerwone Bagno (Red Swamp) and moose occurring on its territory. The Biebrza Marshes are also popular, being one of the most important refuge sites for wetland birds in Europe, the most interesting of which is the ruff. Worth visiting is the Zygmunt August lake (Lake Czechowskie), one of the oldest artificial reservoirs on our continent.
The region can also boast of many interesting monuments - special attention should be given to, among others XV-century Royal Castle in Tykocin (built for King Zygmunt August), Great Synagogue (the second largest and one of the oldest Jewish temples in Poland), Osowiec Fortress (built in 1882-1887, known for more than six months of defense during the First World War world), Bartel's Court in Goniadz, Sanctuary of Our Lady of Consolation in Krypno (one of five temples located on the Marian Trail) or Włodzimierz Puchalski's Cottage - a naturalist, hunter, photographer and director of natural films.