Dworek Wapionka is a 3 star, picturesque hotel located among lakes, forests and hills, in the tiny town of Górzno, Kuyavian-Pomeranian Voivodeship, in Pojezierze Brodnickie. It is located 80 km from Grudziądz, 90 km from Toruń, 110 km from Olsztyn and 140 km from Bydgoszcz.
Hotel Dworek Wapionka offers overnight stays in traditional yet luxurious four rooms for two and three high-end, STUDIO LUX suites for two or four, one of which is two-level. Each accommodation place has its own bathroom, a fully equipped kitchenette, a bedroom with single or double beds, as well as an LCD TV, telephone and wireless Wi-Fi. On top of that, some of the rooms have a desk with chairs, one (STANDARD LUX) has an open fireplace, whereas the COMFORT PLUS room has a terrace with garden table and chairs.
The hosts at the hotel invite to the local Karczma Młyn restaurant – a restored old 1800s watermill – where the guests can have a delicious breakfast included in the price, as well as savor traditional dinner dishes and dry liquors. On top of that, the inn is famous for its own trout facility.
The guests at Dworek Wapionka definitely won’t get bored, that’s because the hosts provide them with plenty of attractions. Most of all, the place has perfect conditions for active leisure – the private Lake Wapionka encourages to go fishing and ride a pedalo, a kayak or a boat. The hotel also rents bicycles, Nordic walking sticks and deck chairs for those who prefer to sunbathe at a local private beach. There’s also a cue room, volleyball and badminton fields, as well as a library full of interesting books. Dworek Wapionka also invites to have a feast at Kuźnia Grill, located on the lake’s peninsula, and to throw bigger parties.
Hotel Dworek Wapionka is a place pretty much made for children - both the older ones and the younger ones alike. They are presented with two playgrounds, as well as movies and cartoons on DVD, board games, coloring books and their own corner at the restaurant. On top of that, in the season, the hotel offers an animators as well as free time and party planning.
Although Górzno is one of the smallest towns in Poland, it attracts tourists mostly as the Polish capital of triathlon and geocaching. There are numerous pedestrian and bicycle trails here, where one can admire the beautiful landscapes of the Górzno-Lidzbark Landscape Park, as well as many sport facilities. Górzno can also boast interesting historical sites – among them are wooden 1800s houses, a buried bishop palace or the ruins of an early medieval settlement. Another place worth visiting is the nearby famous fields of Grunwald, the manor in Szafarnia that commemorates Frederick Chopin and the Sanctuary in Obory.