On the forest glade in Podlasie in Bujaki near Drohiczyn, there's two wooden huts, the Las się Żyje. It is less than 50 km from the border with Belarus, about 100 km from Białystok and about 140 km from Warsaw.
Las się Żyje are two forester's lodges - cozy accommodation away from the hustle and bustle of the city. The first hut has two double beds, two single beds and two camp beds, so it is designed for 8 people. The other one has one double bed, two single beds and two camp beds, so it can accommodate 6 people. The Las się Żyje is a friendly place for children and animals - the youngest up to 6 years of age enjoy accommodation free of charge, while the pets are charged an additional fee. In addition, on request, the hosts provide a wooden cot.
Visitors to the forester's lodge and forestry have a fully equipped kitchen, as well as a bathroom with shower at their disposal.
Hosts of the Las się się Żyje huts offer the option of buying food, they also recommend the purchase of local and rural products.
Within the accommodation, guests have a radio and TV. However, it is worth spending time in the open air, surrounded by flora and fauna, resting on deckchairs or organizing a barbecue or bonfire - with this in mind, the hosts have prepared benches and tables.
The Drohiczyn commune, where Las na Żyje is located, abounds in both natural values and monuments. A particular advantage of the local landscape is the Bug river, where you can go canoeing or take a boat trip, admiring the picturesque Castle Mountain. Drohiczyn is also famous for beautiful temples, such as the Holy Trinity Cathedral, dating from the turn of the 17th and 18th centuries, the Franciscan church of the Assumption of the seventeenth century, where the Museum of the Diocese of Drohiczyn, the Benedictine Church in Drohiczyn from the 18th century and the Orthodox Church of St. Nicholas. Nature lovers can also take a bit longer trip to the Bialowieza National Park, entered on the UNESCO list.