Dosbajka is located in Małastów, Lesser Poland Voivodeship, in Low Beskids, which consists of charming houses right by a forest and a stream. It is located approx. 45 km from Krynica-Zdrój, 50 km from Nowy Sącz and less than 20 km from the border with Slovakia.
Dosbajka provides its guests with stays at two houses, for five and for six people, each of which has a bathroom, a kitchenette with a two burner induction oven, as well as a living room with a fold-out sofa for two, two bedrooms and a terrace.
Dosbajka is a self-catering property.
The main and most interesting attractions at Dosbajka are a swimming pool, jacuzzi and a Russian-style sauna where guests can relax. On top of that, each of the houses has a place to start a bonfire.
Having the youngest ones in mind, the hosts at Dosbajka have prepared a playground.
Both Małastów as well as its neighborhood are a perfect space for active leisure. In wintertime, tourists are attracted by numerous ski lifts, as well as the cross-country skiing trails - "Snow Trails Across Woods". Also located nearby are plenty of cycling trails, spas such as Wapienne or Wysowa, as well as the Europe’s biggest Hucul pony ranch in Regietowo, which hosts sleigh rides during winter, and popular Hucul Days during summer.
Fans of historical landmarks will certainly not get bored either – that’s because Małastów has the Wooden Architecture Trail and the Eastern Front Trails running through it. It is filled with beautiful catholic and orthodox churches that are on the UNESCO World Heritage List, among which are the 1500s St. Philip and St. Jacob Church in Sękowa (often called the Gem of the Low Beskids), the 1653 Our Protective Lady’s Greek catholic church in Owczary, the St. Parascheva’s orthodox church in Kwiatoń – one of the best preserved Lemkos orthodox churches in Poland and the former St. Michael Archangel orthodox church in Brunary, currently a catholic church.
It is also a good idea to visit Slovakia to visit such towns as Zborov (famous for its ruins of a medieval castle), Bardejov, the historical architecture of which was put on the UNESCO list in 2000 or Medzilaborce (mostly known for its modern art gallery, with works by Andy Warhol among others).