Samotnia pod Zelaznego Koniem, which means Solitude Retreat under the Iron Horse, is two charming houses located in the beautiful Podlasie landscapes, in the city of Zambrów. The property is located 20 km from Łomża, 40 km from Ostrów Mazowiecka and 80 km from Białystok.
Samotnia pod Zelaznym Koniem provides comfortable conditions in cozy, 2-person bedrooms with the possibility of an extra bed. Each room is equipped with towels and bed linen.
Guests in each of the two houses can share the equipped kitchen with a dining room, a spacious living room, two luxurious bathrooms with showers and a bookshelf. They also have terraces and balconies, which overlook a charming plot.
The hosts of the Solitude under the Iron Horse offer a delicious breakfast included in the price of accommodation. In addition, guests have the opportunity to light a barbecue or bonfire, as well as taste excellent beer on tap.
The main attraction that distinguishes Samotnia near the Iron Horse compared to other objects is the opportunity to ride a historic motorcycle with a basket from World War II and an offroad Jeep Wrangler through the picturesque forest military range Red Bór - such a trip is a great way to visit the most interesting places nearby. The hosts also offer transport by these vehicles from Warsaw, at an additional fee. The hsts also offer a fee interesting activities such as yoga, shooting, horseback riding or canoeing. In turn, for those looking to rest, the perfect place will be the property plot, where you can sunbathe in peace or organize a barbecue in the gazebo with a professional fireplace.
Zambrów has, above all, unique monuments to offer. These include Neo-Romanesque church of Holy Trinity, built at the end of the nineteenth century on the Latin cross plan; numerous cemeteries, such as the cemetery of Soviet prisoners of war from the 19th century, the cemetery from 1795 or the Jewish cemetery from 1828; The Woyczyński chapel, dated 1870; The grave of soldiers who died during the Battle of Zambrów in September 1939; The grave of insurgents from 1863-64; A grave monument dedicated to the victims of Nazi crimes from April 1943, as well as a historical barrage complex dating back to the end of the 19th century, where in 1917, I brigade units commanded by Colonel Marian Żegota were staying. It is also worth paying attention to the characteristic symbols of Zambrów - bronze monuments, depicting: Pope John Paul II, the natural size of the bison "Zambrusia", three lions at the fountain (animal was a showcase of the city from the 1960s to 1980s) and a Polish soldier with times of the Second Polish Republic.
In turn, people looking for valuable natural sites can go on a trip to the picturesque Biebrza National Park.