Dom Przysłupowy Educare is a historic, renovated guest house located in the Lower Silesian village of Wolimierz, right next to the border with the Czech Republic. It is 10 km from Świeradów-Zdrój, 30 km from Szklarska Poręba and about 40 km from Jelenia Góra.
Educare guesthouse is available for rent in full, as a whole property, capable of accommodating 25 people. It consists of 3 apartments and 3 guest rooms. Each apartment has a fully equipped kitchen and a private bathroom with a shower, while guests staying in rooms enjoy a shared bathroom in the hallway.
On the ground floor of the house there is a cozy fireplace room, where guests can play billiards and foosball together.
The hosts of Educare Dom Przysłupowy serve delicious breakfasts and dinners based on own products.
Educare guesthouse is surrounded by a spacious garden, where guests can enjoy a campfire or have a barbecue. It is definitely worth to relax in the Finnish sauna. For those who would like to spend time actively, the hosts provide bicycles, and in winter you can rent sledges and skis on site.
The Przyplupowy House Educare is also a child-friendly place. A playground full of attractions is prepared especially for children.
The area around the guesthouse is mainly a picturesque forest and many hiking and cycling paths among the breathtaking Karkonosze Mountains. There are also lakes nearby, including Leśniańskie lake or Złotnickie lake, where water enthousiasts will certainly enjoy themselves - you can rent kayaks, water bikes and a yacht with a helmsman. In the nearby Equus stud farm there is an opportunity to try horseback riding, while in the winter it is best to use the ski lifts in Świeradów-Zdrój, such as the Barbara T-bar lift or the Bambino Ski lift. The most interesting place in terms of nature is undoubtedly the Karkonosze National Park, as well as the picturesque Bóbr Valley Landscape Park.
On the other hand, the most noteworthy monuments include numerous castles, such as the Chojnik Castle built in the 14th century; once a stronghold on the Silesian-Lusatian border, Czocha Castle from the 13th century and a fairy tale Castle of Silesian Legends in Pławna, which offers interesting craft and art workshops. In addition, there are several museums in the area, including Museum of Kargul and Pawlak, where you can admire authentic props used in the famous Polish comedy, a trilogy - "Sami swoi", "Nie ma mocnych" and "Kochaj albo rzuć", as well as the Museum of healing Mining with exhibits of a geological nature.