From West Altai to Great Chingan, it's just the home we call glamping. Modern European nomads expect comfort, hence glam, but also like to rest in nature, so a combination with camping. It was from the Mongolian and Turkish peoples that we borrowed yurts. Year-round tents where you can watch the stars from the bedside, cook not only in Asian style and rest in a harmonious 5-person group. The only difference is that the doors of the Mongolian yurt face south, the Kazakh door facing the east, and ours facing the Jizera.
The 3 colorful houses are situated at the end of a large plot, right next to the pond and at a safe distance from our house. They have a view of the Izera Foothills with the ruins of the Gryf Castle and the chapel hill of the von Schaffgotsch family in Proszówka. So, on the one hand, we have the Izery, and on the other, forests, fields, meadows and hills. In the back, our guesthouse, Dom w Home. The 200-year-old silk weavers' house, where we invite you for breakfast, for parties by the fireplace and for dispelling boredom in the library. You can also cut off absolutely and, in the company of the Dark Sky of the Jizera Mountains, cook on your own, wander around, read on the terrace and watch the stars through a telescope.
Take your hiking boots and off you go. Izerbaijan is waiting, we are waiting.
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Ania i Paweł
Dom w Domu i Izera Glamping is the realization of our dreams. Probably many entries "about us" start this way. But Home in the House is not just a name. As a result of the renovation, the old house has changed and the old walls are now inside. So there is a 200-year-old house in the new Home. It is also a metaphor. We want you to feel at home with us. That you would be comfortable, tasty, and have a good rest.
From autumn 2020, luxurious glamping in the garden - Izera Glamping - year-round tents - yurts joined the guesthouse.
It started as usual. We lived in a big city. After many trips, difficult family experiences, the birth of children, we came to the conclusion that life is too short to live in a concrete city, where there is smog in winter, hot asphalt in summer, and children do not have a safe place to play, with a large green terrain. Working for the corporation and not for ourselves, however, does not give us that much satisfaction. We've traveled a lot around the world, seen a lot, discovered exciting places.
Today, at the age of 30, we know that Poland is just as beautiful and we want to live here and enjoy everyday life. We will not wait for the children to "get their own". We change our urban life into a rural one and we want to provide our guests with a good, comfortable rest with delicious, natural food from our garden and from farmers we know.
We invite you to see you.
Ania and Paweł and Tomek and Igor.
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