These year round KLIF cottages are located on the Baltic coast, in the beautiful village of Ustka. Only one kilometer from the sea and the beach, 18 km from Słupsk, 75 km from Koszalin and 120 km from Gdynia.
The year-round cottages by the sea are designed for a maximum of 6 people. On the first floor of each of the buildings there are two double bedrooms, one of which has a double bed, the other has two twin beds and an extra bed. In turn, the ground floor consists of a living room, a fully equipped kitchenette and a bathroom with shower and toilet. In addition, each of the houses has its own terrace with garden furniture and barbecue.
KLIF cottages are self catering houses, but the kitchenettes are more than enough to prepare a meal.
The seaside houses have a nice garden, where you can rest or light a barbecue in peace. In the vicinity there is a picturesque forest, which is worth visiting especially during the mushroom season. In turn, enthusiasts of active leisure will certainly enjoy the surrounding hiking and cycling paths. Of course the beach is very close too, about a kilometer away.
Attractions for kids
The owners of Klif cottages have not forgotten about kids. They will find lots of fun things to do here, including a playground, trampoline and a sandpit.
Attractions in the area
What is mainly attracting tourists to Ustka is, of course, the Baltic Sea and related places, such as the port and pier, the Mermaid of Ustka and the Lighthouse, but that's not all that this region can boast about. The most interesting places in terms of nature include the Słowiński National Park and the Kashubian Landscape Park situated north. There are also a number of unique historical monuments, the most important of which is the church of the Holy Savior, the Red Shed - a former base of rescuers from the 19th century, German Bluecher bunkers or unique museums, including a Museum of Bread and a Museum of Wax Figures. It is also worth seeing the charming Bench of Irena Kwiatkowska, and a small square of St. John Paul II (formerly Zaułek Kapitański).