Sielanka is a charming farm cottage, located in the quiet and peaceful Barkocin in Kashubia region. It is located 30 km from Bytów, about 45 km from Słupsk and 90 km from Koszalin.
Guests at Sielanka have the entire house at their disposal.
On the ground floor, there is a cozy living room with a fireplace, a table with five chairs, a rocking chair and a TV, a fully equipped kitchen (including a dishwasher, oven, coffee maker, kettle, ceramic hob), The comfortable bathroom has a shower and a hairdryer. The house also has additional facilities, such as an iron, vacuum cleaner or clothes dryer.
Sielanka has a well equipped kitchen for guests to prepare their meals.
While at Sielanka, the terrace will be a great place to relax, where you can enjoy an amazing view of the meadows and the forest. It is equipped with a 3-seater bench and a large table with chairs, so you can enjoy meals in the open air on warm days. The house also has a bookshelf if you enjoy reading, playing cards and board games.
Kids will enjoy lots of toys made available to them and a playground outside.
Sielanka has a wonderful location next to the forest, where in addition to the forest plants and a multitude of animals, such as deer, deer, foxes, wild boars, hares and birds. Nearby, there is the Graniczne Lake, part of Natura 2000, which is a paradise for fishing and fun for kayakers. In autumn, it is worth going mushroom picking, while in summer the forest is full of raspberries, wild strawberries and blueberries. An equally noteworthy natural reserve is the Słupia Valley Landscape Park, with Słupia river, perfect for kayaking.
There are also interesting historical monuments nearby. First of all, you can't miss the Teutonic castle in Bytó; the Otto von Bismarck Palace in Warcina; the Pomeranian Dukes' Castle established during the reign of Bogusław X in 1507 bought by the German chancellor in 1867, now the seat of the Museum of Central Pomerania; and also the XIV century gothic Mill Gate in Słupsk.
On the other hand, particularly worth visiting sacral objects are: the gothic hospital chapel of St. George from the beginning of the 15th century, the Monastic Church of St. Otto, as well as the post-Dominican church of St. Jack from the fourteenth century.