Siedlisko Jagiele is an agriturismo located right in the middle of the so-called Wild Masuria – between the villages of Jagiele and Obszarniki. It lies only 900 m from the border with the Kaliningrad Oblast, 70 km from Suwałki, 80 km from Ełk and 150 km from Olsztyn.
The hosts of the facility offer overnight stays at two suites for 4-6 people. Both have a living room on the ground floor with a lounge set and a fireplace, a fully equipped kitchenette and a dining room. Each of the suites consists of two bedrooms equipped with a double bed and one single bed as well as a bathroom with a shower. On top of that, every room allows to add a single bed or an auxiliary bed (i.e. a baby crib or a folding bed).
The guests at Siedlisko Jagiele have an option of buying delicious breakfasts and lunch/dinner combos on site. The advantage of eating at the facility is a discount for children below 10 years of age and free meals for the kids below the age of 4.
There’s a spacious garden around the facility where one can start a bonfire, have a BBQ, rest in hammocks, fish in the local pond (a boat is available to guests) or rent bicycles for free and go for a ride around the neighborhood.
The youngest guests of Siedlisko Jagiele will definitely not get bored here. Just for them, the hosts have prepared a trampoline, swing sets, a kiddie pool, a sandbox, table soccer and many other games.
Jagiele is a tiny village, but there’s plenty of interesting places around it. Masuria is above all a land of lakes, which makes it a great idea to go to the nearby Lake Jagielskie, the borderland Lake Żabińskie, as well as Lake Czarne and Lake Jagoczany located slightly further away. Fans of historical sites should definitely visit the Pyramid in Rapa – the only structure of this type in Poland, which has mummified bodies preserved inside, the historical village of Zabrost Wielki, as well as places of worship in Banie Mazurskie: St. Antony’s Church with its renaissance interior and the 1800s St. Nicholas’ Orthodox Church. The natural attractions of the region on the other hand, besides the picturesque lakes, are the Brożajcki Canal which connects the rivers of Gołdapa and Węgorapa, as well as Lasy Skaliskie.