The Sielawa resort consists of 12 wooden cottages in Chrzypsko Wielkie - a charming village located on the largest lake in the Land of One Hundred Lakes, in the Sierakowski Landscape Park in Greater Poland. This place is about 60 km from Poznań and about 85 km from Gorzów Wielkopolski.
The Sielawa resort offers accommodation in 4- and 5-person houses with an area of 30 m2 with a roofed terrace of 10 m2. Each cottage consists of two bedrooms with two or three single beds each, a living room with a kitchenette and a bathroom (toilet, washbasin, shower cabin). There is also a radio, TV and internet access and there is garden furniture on the terrace.
The kitchenette in each cottage is equipped with a kettle, stove, fridge and dishes. The Sielawa resort does not offer food, but within a 10-minute walk, in the center of Chrzypska Wielkie, there is a CAPRI bar with home-cooked meals at an affordable price.
The Sielawa resort offers many attractions. You can make a bonfire, grill, fish from a jetty and boats, spend time on the local beach with a bathing area, piers, volleyball court and grass football field, use sports equipment such as kayaks, pedal boats, a boat and off-road bicycles, or arrange feast in a specially prepared gazebo.
For the youngest guests, the Sielawa resort has prepared a playground.
The area around the Sielawa Resort is especially suitable for walking and cycling trips. Chrzypsko Wielkie is located on the provincial route R8 - route of houndred lakes (SSJ) Międzychód - Szamotuły Trail, where it connects with the Trans-Greater Poland TTR-N Bicycle Route and leads to Poznań. It is worth making use of the public ORLIK complex with a pitch and a tennis court and a playground. Near the Sielawa Center there is also the possibility of organizing a carriage rides. Nature lovers will love the picturesque Sierakowski Landscape Park, while the interesting local monuments include the late Gothic St. Wojciech's parish church, the late-classical court in Białokoszew, Otto von Sauder's palace from 1840 in Charcice and the von Seydlitz-Kurzbach family palace from 1900 in Śródka.