Located in the town of Groń, by the road to Białka Tatrzańska lies the Noclegi u Kruka house. It is merely 8 km away from Nowy Targ, 10 km from Bukowina Tatrzańska, 20 km from Zakopane and approx. 15 km from the border with Slovakia.
Noclegi u Kruka offers places to sleep in comfy rooms for two, three and four. Two rooms for 2 people, located in the attic, have single beds, flat screen TVs and a shared bathroom. On the first and second floor, on the other hand, are the rooms for 3 and 4 people with their own bathrooms and balconies. First of them is equipped with one double bed and a single one, whereas the second has either two double beds or one double and two single ones.
The hosts at Noclegi u Kruka provide their guests with delicious homemade breakfasts served as a breakfast buffet. On top of that there’s a dining room available around the clock where one can have coffee and tea.
One big advantage of Noclegi u Kruka is the ability to get a Tatry Card for the time of stay, which entitles to plenty of discounts for the most interesting attractions around Podhale, such as ski slopes, therms, swimming pools, saunas, bowling alleys, movie theaters, restaurants and inns, sport equipment rentals, extreme entertainment and many, many more. The facility provides free ski storage services, which is definitely a huge convenience for winter sport enthusiasts. After an active day, on the other hand, it’s a good idea to relax together, having a BBQ.
Bukowina Tatrzańska is mostly famous for its thermal pools and ski slopes. The local water park is considered to be one of the most modern in Europe – it offers, among other things, hydro-massages, a professional SPA center and different types of saunas. The most characteristic ski lifts, on the other hand, are located at the Rusiński, Olczański and Wysoki Peaks. Another thing that attracts tourists here is picturesque rivers and lakes – the most famous Morskie Oko, which is one of the deepest lakes in Poland (54 m). Those interested in the local culture, will definitely enjoy the “People’s House” - a cultural center in Bukowina Tatrzańska, which promotes the highlander traditions.