In the breathtaking Bieszczady region, in the village of Jankowce lies the Dom Kowala (Blacksmith's house) agritourism. Just 20 km from Sanok, 30 km from the border with Ukraine, 60 km from Krosno and 70 km from Przemyśl.
There are 5 rooms in the Blacksmith's house - two two-level apartments with two rooms (for 4 people), one double room and two rooms for 2 or 3 people. Each of the rooms has a private bathroom.
Guests at Dom Kowala can use the equipped kitchen, dining room and cozy fireplace room with TV.
The farmstay offers delicious breakfasts based on homemade produce. In turn, dinner and supper are individually agreed.
The hosts of Kowala House are happy to organize their guests free time by offering trips around the area, offroad, bike rides, paintball, water sports, and pottery and ceramic as well as beekeeping workshops. The garden here is the perfect place to light a bonfire or organize a barbecue.
The owners have prepared a playground for young guests of Dom Kowala.
Near the Dom Kowala, there are plenty of opportunities to actively spend your free time - numerous bike paths, the San river and the Lake Solina which are a paradise for fishing, ski slopes, among others a LeskoSki or Dedal lift in Polańczyk and the Karino horse ranch in Berezka. The Bieszczadzki National Park is a clustering of natural wonders, where there is also the Museum of Nature with permanent exhibitions on geology, plants and animals in the Bieszczady Mountains. In addition, it is worth seeing Leski Stone - an extraordinary natural monument, as well as four islands on Lake Solina, of which only one is inhabited.
When it comes to historical monuments, the most interesting and the most attention-grabbing ones are definitely the Jewish cemetery (one of the largest in the region), the 16th-century church dedicated to the Blessed Virgin Mary, also from the 16th century Castle of Kmita, the ruins of the Fortified Monastery of Discalced Carmelites in Zagórz, built in Art Nouveau style Villa Kuźmakówka in Baligród, the Greek Catholic churches in Baligrod and the Mother of God in Komańcza, and the Museum of Boyko Culture in Myczków, popular among tourists . In addition, it is worth going to nearby Sanok, to visit the Historical Museum located in the Royal Castle or the gallery of Zdzisław Beksiński, a famous Polish painter coming from these sites.