In the commune of Stawiguda in Warmia, surrounded by a picturesque forest lies the Zezuj agriturismo farmstay with a fishing ground. It is 25 km from Olsztyn, approx. 110 km from Elbląg and 135 km from Malbork.
Zezuj is a comfy forest house that can accommodate 4 people. It has two bedrooms for two, two living rooms, two bathrooms, a fully equipped kitchen, a living room with a fireplace, a dining room and a terrace.
The hosts of the Zezuj agriturismo provide their guests with delicious meals based on local cooking – breakfasts that consist of eco, vegan or vegetarian delicacies, served in form of breakfast buffet, as well as lunch/dinner combos and homemade cakes and desserts. The local speciality, due to the fishing grounds, is obviously delicious and fresh fish.
Zezuj is above all a perfect place for fishing. Thanks to the fishing grounds being regularly restocked, the guests can catch fish of all different kinds, sizes and ages (mostly carps, pikes, tenches, catfish, sturgeons, roaches, perches, breams and trouts). There are numerous spots available on site (including roofed ones), places with running water to prepare the caught specimens, as well as fishing rods, BBQ pits, umbrellas and all types of fishing equipment. The fishing ground isn’t the only attraction of the agriturismo though – due to being located in the middle of woods, it is possible to go mushroom picking in the season (boletus, saffron milk caps and suilluses), or raspberry and blueberry picking. Guests who want to relax and rest will also find a place for themselves in this peaceful neighbourhood – the hosts organize a mobile SPA, plus also culinary workshops and fishing competitions.
The Zezuj forest house is also a place for the youngest guests. Just for them, a playground was made with a sandbox, swing sets and other attractions.
The picturesque neighborhood of the Zezuj agriturismo encourages to go hiking or cycling thanks to the numerous tourist trails. The main natural asset of the commune of Stawiguda is the ecological system of protected areas, created by the drainage basin of the Pasłęka river and the Wulpińskie, Wymój and Pluszne lakes, the drainage basin of the Łyna river with the lakes of Bartąg, Kielarskie, Ustrych and Łańskie and wilderness-type areas. Also worth checking out is the “Warmiński forest” nature preserve in the upper part of the Łyna river, as well as the abundance of the local flora and fauna.
Among the most interesting places of worship in Stawiguda are the St. Jacob the Apostle’s church and the neogothic evangelical chapel, whereas the ones in the nearby towns are: St. John the Evangelist’s church and Divine Providence church from the 1700s in Bartąg as well as the 1500s St. Lawrence’s church in Gryźliny.