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Dom Cukiernika

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Location Poland, Lower Silesia Province, Bóbr Valley, Lwówek Śląski
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If the houses could talk, ours would be a good talker. He has so much to tell that you might not have enough vacation days for the story of his fate. It was created 300 years ago, that is a century before a cannonball from the Battle of Dębowe Gaj hit the wall of my inn, from then on called "Pocisk". He watched Napoleon's army, which, after an exhausting campaign for Silesia, found a moment of rest in the fields of Moses. And he even felt the treble of the hooves of Napoleon's army, because for the path of her march she chose the place where our present barn stands. There is also a chance that only he knows where the treasure is hidden, which French, German and Polish hunters have been looking for for generations. But hush it, it won't even squeak. The old man contributed so much to the region that he is a member of the commune's cultural heritage register. Although for me it is just a family home where I spent my entire childhood, and now I live my adult life with my husband Jan and son Kasper. Here you will learn about our history. A Danish Viking in love with Lower Silesia and a Polish woman who lived in Denmark for many years, but ironically met her husband in her native village. The history of the cake and the carpenter. When you visit our modest doors, I will greet you with a sincere smile and host you sweetly, and Jan will feed you with breakfast, which is an explosive mixture of Jizera-Danish flavors. We invite you to the Danish-Polish Confectioner House, a place where sugar, good energy and the smell of everything baked reign supreme.

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Hi, my name is Sylwia Bøilerehauge, they know me in the area as the Pastry Maker of Moses. I have been running my own art studio of a confectionery manufactory for 5 years and these are the sweetest years of my life. My hobby is cakes, especially those decorated with butter. I honed my confectionery art in Korea, Kaliningrad and Spain. The surname on which you can break the tongue is Danish, just like my husband. Jan is a native Dane in love with Lower Silesia. Since 2006, he has been running a carpentry shop in the area and implements my crazy ideas. It is thanks to him that the interiors of the Confectioner's House were created. She also loves to bake and cook for others. When you visit our house, I will bake and Jan will cook. We will share with you the flavors of traditional Danish cuisine and more. Then it's time for sweets, common conversations and washing dishes. We invite you.

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We speak these languages: Polish, English, German, Danish
We are on-site, we give our guests space and intimacy, but we're always ready to help

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We use eco-friendly detergents
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Our charms

Mosquitos on warm days
Old house: it squeaks and sulks
We don't have air conditioning
No GSM coverage
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We keep distance between tables in dinning room
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3 4- and 3-person apartments
3 4- and 3-person apartments
We will treat you to sweets and Danish-Jizera breakfast
We will treat you to sweets and Danish-Jizera breakfast
you can feed our tame rams, ponies and hens here
you can feed our tame rams, ponies and hens here
rest in an over hectare garden
rest in an over hectare garden
go on a tour of the Bóbr Valley and Lwówek Śląski
go on a tour of the Bóbr Valley and Lwówek Śląski
hug two cats, a sheepdog, rams and ponies
hug two cats, a sheepdog, rams and ponies

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On a post-German farm which, according to documents and the date found on the building, is 285 years old. It is included in the commune's cultural heritage register and it is no wonder. Our family is the second post-war owner of the farm. Earlier, the Hoffner family lived here. It was here that I grew up and lived with my parents, and my grandmother ran a large gardening farm here, which still has greenhouses. After many years, I took over the house with all the benefits from my parents and together with Jan and son Kasper we are creating a new chapter in history. The farm used to be much bigger, but now we have a hectare of beautiful garden space around the house and the barn. We are 500 meters from our closest neighbors on each side. We have our own vegetables and fruits, chickens, goats and rams, and lots of trees. In this 300-meter-high stone house, we occupy one wing, and in the other we have arranged a guesthouse. Directly up the stairs there are two bathrooms for the use of guests from the double rooms. To the right is a communal dining room and a lounge with a fireplace, and to the left is an open corridor from which there are entrances to the rooms and apartments. We have two apartments for 5 and 3 people and two double rooms. The apartments have their own bathrooms with showers, the double rooms have bathrooms in the corridor. You can relax in the garden, on hammocks, by the fire, watching me in the studio or Jan in his carpentry workshop. As for important things, it's hard to reach us, there is no TV in the room, but the internet works fine.

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For your comfort

We clean before your arrival
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Towels (complete set per stay)
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There is such an arrangement in our house that I bake, he cooks, and let him stay this way for your good. The Danes have a flair for cooking and Jan is a true master of cooking among Danish carpenters! His breakfast prepared with local products awaits you every morning. Those Izerski and those straight from Denmark. We have cheese from the Lady from Bystrzyca, the Lord from Siedlęcin provides us with cold cuts, we have eggs from our hens, the neighbor from behind the fence has milk. Buns and bread are home-made! Jan travels to Denmark on a regular basis and brings back the best of everything: sweet herring, remoulade, shrimps, caviar. So your breakfasts will be an explosive flavor mixture. Jan and I are both coffee lovers. I love the classics, a little black one without any additives. Janek, like a typical Viking, likes everything white. Both versions are available for you in our home. Coffee cake will also be found, of course. At the Confectioner's House, home-made pastries cannot be missed.

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Breakfast for an extra fee (38 PLN)
Dinner-supper for an extra fee (80 PLN)
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Host's kitchen with limited access

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We recommend nearby restaurants

Czarny Kruk (5 km)
Pizzeria Kuźnia (5 km)
Pałac Brunów (6 km)

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Miód z prywatnej pasieki, domowe wypieki z naszej pracowni Torty z Mojesza (0 km)
Targ Rolny Górskie Smaki - Jelenia Góra parking "Flory" (33 km)

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Biedronka, Lidl, Netto (3,5 km)

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Will I not be bored?

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The Bóbr Valley, stories of lost treasures and Napoleonic battles. Agata, local Switzerland, trout straight from the river and a wakeboard. Believe me, it is impossible to get bored in the area. Before you venture out on the trails, on the water and in museums, first put yourself in our hands. Stories full of adventures by the fire, feeding our game (rams, goats and chickens), visiting the greenhouse for vegetables, and then workshops. Not just any, because the sweetest, confectionery. After such a dose of sugar, it is worth going for a walk. We recommend a mysterious building hidden in the forest. An old German brickyard with kilns for firing remains in Mojesz. The access is very convenient, as you take the asphalt road through the forest. Coming back, look for trouts along the Srebrna stream. You can wet your feet and listen to the sound of the water. It is also worth observing the calendar of local events. For several years, in our village, in August or at the beginning of September, the Napoleonic Bivouac called "Unusual Heritage Fairs" has been held. The event refers to the history of the Napoleonic campaign for Silesia in 1813. At that time, Napoleon's army was stationed in the immediate vicinity. Exhausted by the fighting, the Napoleonic and Russian-Prussian armies concluded a truce. At that time, one of the French units was stationed in the fields of Mojesza. During the event, reconstruction groups and villagers dress up in period costumes, historical and military shows are held, and the battle that took place here in 1813 is staged. There are historical lectures, a competition for the tastiest napoleon and for the best-dressed family or group. What else is worth? - Set out to conquer the area on bicycles on the route to Pławna Dolna or the other way to Lwówek. - Plan in July a visit to the Lwówek Summer Agate, which is the festival of the Earth's treasure hunters. It is an open-air, international exchange of minerals and jewelery on the municipal market. - Go canoeing along the Bóbr Valley, e.g. from Wleń to Lwówek, from Wleń to Przeździedza. We have 3 great rentals to recommend. - To Rakowice Małe for a wakeboard and a great beach. - See the old town in Lwówek Śląski and the town hall with a hunger dungeon, churches, city wells, defensive walls, bastions, gate towers. - Plan a route along the trail of Lwówek Rock Forms, see Maiden Rocks, Lwówecka Switzerland, and maybe even meet Liczyrzepa. - Admire the panorama of Lwówek from the vantage point on Szpitalna Góra or Popelberg. - Look for Agates in the Agate Fields in Płóczki Górne - tours only with a guide. - All year round, on Saturday from 10.00 to 13.00, get loot at the Górskie Smaki Agricultural Market. Until now, it took place at the Ducal Tower in Siedlęcin, but now it has been moved to the "Flora" parking lot in Jelenia Góra.

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For those who want relaxation

Forest paths (1,5 km)
Mountain trail (38 km)
Beach (5 km)
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For sports enthusiasts

Kayaks (3 km)
Cross-country trails (1,5 km)
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Monuments

Ratusz w Lwówku Śląskim (3 km)
Pałac Brunów (5 km)

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We invite you to the Confectioner House with school-age children, younger children will be rather boring here. We don't have a playground or coloring books, but there are stone steps in the garden where you can kick yourself out. For brave 8-year-olds and older children, I will be happy to organize confectionery workshops. We have a 9-year-old ourselves and we know that children have to run out and go crazy. In summer, you can wet your shoes and walk up to your ankles or knees in a stream that flows in front of the house, and you can feed our animals all year round. We have 3 rams, 2 goats and 5 chickens that are tamed and will gladly accept carrots, lettuce or grains from you. You can go with us for breakfast in the morning or take a bucket yourself and off you go. In addition, all the attractions in the section below will be fun for kids.

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Feeding of rural animals
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Our address: Mojesz 21, Lwówek Śląski, Lower Silesia Province, Bóbr Valley, Poland

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Bus: Mojesz (0,5 km)

Train: Lwówek śląski (3,5 km)

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Board payable additionally: standard breakfast - PLN 38 standard dinner - PLN 80 Holidays and New Year's Eve - to be individually agreed

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Prepayment charged: 20%
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Deposit amount: 200 PLN (cash on the spot)
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Reviews

5

Wspaniały dom z duszą , piękny klimatyczny ogród, cudowni właściciele , przepyszne jedzenie ,kochany zwierzyniec .... Cudownie wraca się do tego miejsca, w którym czujesz się jakbyś jechal na wakacje do rodziny 😊 Miejsce w którym można odpocząć , zresetować się na pełnym luzie. Polecam wszystkim 😊 już planujemy kolejny wypad 😉


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Dom Cukiernika to jedno z najpiękniejszych miejsc, w jakich mieliśmy się okazję zatrzymać. Cudowna atmosfera tego miejsca wynika nie tylko z pięknego wnętrza, wspaniałych zwierzaków (za którymi już tęsknię! ;)), przepysznego jedzenia i hektolitrów kawy, a przede wszystkim - z ogromnego serca gospodarzy. Każdy z gości Domu Cukiernika od razu czuję się dzięki nim, jak w domu, w odwiedzinach u znajomych, gdzie może odpocząć i naładować baterię:) Z całego serca polecamy i na pewno wrócimy nie raz! Oliwia i Michał

Host: Sylwia i Jan
2022-08-31

Dziękujemy Wam za wszystkie miłe słowa i odwiedziny 🙏 Było nam bardzo miło Was gościć 🙂


5

Dom Cukiernika zrodzony z miłości i pasji . Sylwia i Jan ogień i woda .Piękny dom , dobrzy ludzie i szalona gromadka zwierzaków . Miejsce pachnące chlebem pieczonym przez Jana wieczorami , zapach który z jednej strony nie dawał spać z drugiej otulał i przypominał dzieciństwo. Śledzie na słodko z domową sałatką curry !! Sylwia dobry duch tego domu , zmienia , przestawia , rozmawia z gośćmi i jakby z doskoku piecze cudowne ciasta i ciasteczka . Inny wymiar inna rzeczywistość miękka i ciepła .Niepowtarzalna przyroda Doliny Bobru , historia Dolnego Śląska zamki zameczki i pałace wszystko to tworzy obraz miejsca które trudno zapomnieć. Z nostalgią i rozczuleniem myślimy o powrocie ...Beata Michał Maja

Host: Sylwia i Jan
2022-08-22

Czy my naprawdę zasłużyliśmy na taką cudowna opinię ?! Jesteśmy zaskoczeni i 100 kroć wdzięczni .Dziękujemy ❤️


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