The Ryglowy House is a beautiful, historic estate located at the seaside Karnice village. It is less than 10 km from the Baltic Sea, 30 km from Kamień Pomorski, 45 km from Kołobrzeg, and 80 km from Świnoujście.
Dom Ryglowy, with 19th century styled interiors, consists of five, cozy 2- and 3-person rooms.
The owners of the Ryglowy House provide their guests with delicious breakfasts and dinners or separately lunches and dinners. Domestic cuisine reigns here, all meals are based on local, organic products.
Ryglowy House has a charming garden with a place for barbecuing. In addition, guests can enjoy a horse ride, as well as take part in artistic workshops - organized for both children and adults. It is also worth renting a bike on site and visiting the picturesque, coastal surroundings.
The youngest guests of the Dom Ryglowy, in addition to taking part in art and horse riding workshops, have a playground at their disposal.
Undoubtedly, guests come to Ryglowy House, for the beaches on the Baltic Sea, in places such as Trzęsacz, Pustkowo or Niechorze. The surrounding natural wonders include Puszcza Niczonowska, the Janica water trench, as well as the ornithological reserve in Skalnie.
Karnice has several interesting sights to offer. It is worth visiting mainly the baroque church from the 15th century of St. Stanisław Kostka, the 19th century Palace Park and the neo-gothic burial chapel of the Von Elbe family, as well as seeing the local monuments - dedicated to the soldiers of the Polish People's Army and commemorating the Jubilee of the Year.
Equally interesting places can be found in the neighbouring towns. The most valuable sacral buildings include gothic Church of the Sacred Heart of Jesus in Cerkwica, a church dedicated to Annunciation of the Blessed Virgin Mary in Ciećmierz from 1604 or the church in Konarzewo built at the end of the nineteenth century, which is famous for its restored, seventeenth-century baptismal font.
Noteworthy is also the neo-gothic palace von Boninów in Drezew from the nineteenth century and the church of St. Otto from the 12th century.