Dwór Łumbie is a cozy property located near the border with Lithuania, in the Sejny community of Podlasie. It is just 30 km from Suwałki, 50 km from Augustów, 85 km from Ełk and 130 km from Białystok.
Dwór Łumbie is primarily characterized by spacious interiors and idyllic atmosphere. There are two bedrooms and a two-room apartment, which can accommodate 4 people. Each of the guestrooms has its own bathroom and TV.
Guests of Dwór Łumbie can gather in the dining room with a with a fireplace.
The hosts of Dwór Łumbie are master chefs in their region. They offer delicious breakfasts with self-baked, fresh bread and dinners with delicious desserts. As for the type of dishes served, there are no restrictions - the owners are open to the suggestions of their guests, and also adjust meal times to individual needs.
Around the manor there is a spacious garden with a gazebo where you can relax while the local pond is a paradise for anglers and kayakers. However, what particularly distinguishes the property is the culinary workshop organized by the hosts, during where you can learn a lot about the regional Polish-Lithuanian cuisine, making cheese, sausages and ham, as well as various types of baked goods.
In the Łumbie Mansion there's also something for kids. The youngest have a small playground and a charming tree house at their disposal.
The Łumbie noble village can boast of several monuments entered into the register of the National Institute of Heritage - a court complex from the end of the 19th century and wooden farm buildings were distinguished.
As far as natural wonders are concerned, there are many lakes nearby (including Lake Sejny with the city beach in Gaładuś, Płaskie Lake or Szejpiszki Lake) favouring fishing and kayaking. However, the most interesting place in terms of nature is definitely the Wigry National Park - one of the largest parks in Poland, located in the northern part of the vast Augustów Primeval Forest.
In turn, if you're in search of interesting monuments, you should go to Sejny, which is the borderland of Polish Lithuanians. There are beautiful sacred buildings, such as a church complex and a monastery building, combining elements of Baroque, Classicism, Gothic and Rococo, the Baroque chapel of St. Agata (patron of the city), a former Evangelical church from 1844 or the White Synagogue, where Sejny Jews were praying, constituting in the nineteenth century the majority of the city's citizens. Particularly noteworthy is the miraculous figure of Our Lady of Sejny - a unique masterpiece of Gothic art. In addition, it is worth seeing two monuments: Antoni Baranowski (Sejny bishop) and the Sejny Uprising, which broke out in 1919, as well as the classicist Town Hall and the Bishop's Palace, where the Museum of the Sejny Region is now located.