Surrounded by meadows and forests, in Zaborze of Mazovia lies a detached holiday house Kamienny Młyn Wodny Łowczego. It is 40 km from Siedlce, 50 km from Biała Podlaska, 130 km from Warsaw and 136 km from Lublin.
The Stone Water Mill, as the name defines, is a place designed for a minimum of six people. On the ground floor of the house there is a bathroom, a fully equipped, rustic kitchen, a dining room and a seating area with a sofa and a large fireplace. In turn, the floor has a stylish TV room and double and single beds.
The Stone Water Mill is a self-catering property.
The holiday home is located next to a beautiful garden perfect for spending time outdoors. The Kamień Młyn Wodny Łowczego has ideal conditions for organizing a barbecue, lighting a bonfire and a peaceful rest on a cozy terrace.
The Platerów commune is an interesting place both in terms of nature and history. It is located in two areas with high natural values - the Podlaski Przełom Bugu Landscape Park and the Nadbużański Landscape Park. In addition, as many as 26 objects are called a monument of nature - they include English oaks, linden avenue or sycamore maple. What's more, the local special protected areas - Dolina Dolnego Bugu and Ostoja Nadbużańska - are part of the Natura 2000 network.
In turn, the historic monuments worth seeing are first of all the parish church of St. Nativity of the Mother of God in Chłopkowie (once an Eastern Orthodox Church), eighteenth-century palace in Hruszniewo, the Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary from the 17th century church and a neo-gothic parish church dedicated to St. Izydora in Rusków, the parish church of St. Wojciech Bishop from the 16th century in Górki and manor in Mężenin.