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Osada Bieszcisze

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Location Poland, Bieszczady Mountains, Podkarpackie Province, Żubracze
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If you think that the times of going to the tents have ended together with the times of writing letters, we must quickly correct you from the mistake. There is a place in the heart of the Bieszczady Mountains where aggressive civilization is forbidden to enter. There are no TVs, no wifi, no electricity at all. What's more, there is no hot water, and if you get hungry, you have to mix them in the mess tins. If you read on, maybe you will be tempted to a totally detoxifying trip to the Bieszczady Mountains? Such in submission to nature, for the good of the body and the head contaminated with life. Osada Bieszcisze does not have five stars - it has millions of them. Overhead, you can see every known constellation while showering and roasting potatoes in the fire. Sometimes one of them will fall, sometimes a fox will get entangled at your feet, sometimes the rain will lull you to sleep. It is not a place for demanding satin bedding, luxuries, menus, or Internet addicts. It's wild, simple, natural here. This is a place for refugees from big cities who are tired of the noise, crowd and life that sometimes rushes like a racing car.

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I love staring at the stars, wandering in the bushes, swinging in a hammock, listening to the sound of a stream, inhaling the smoke from the fire and singing with a ukulele or guitar ... sometimes I even dare in front of people. In Bieszczady I have a total reset, bathing in a stream, the smell of a meadow, a sky full of stars. And finally a light head. Wild, simple and natural ... this is what Bieszcisze is about.

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

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Eco Alert

To limit our carbon footprint, we do not iron bedding
We use eco-friendly detergents
We have cosmetics in reusable packaging
There are no natural skins and furs in our interiors
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Our charms

We don't have televisions
Mosquitos on warm days
Flies
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6 people can sleep in 3 tents in Bieszcis
6 people can sleep in 3 tents in Bieszcis
we have a place for a bonfire - it's worth arming yourself with canteens and sticks
we have a place for a bonfire - it's worth arming yourself with canteens and sticks
we are in a meadow in Bieszczady - hares and foxes fall
we are in a meadow in Bieszczady - hares and foxes fall
in hot weather you can soak your feet in the nearby Solinka (200 m)
in hot weather you can soak your feet in the nearby Solinka (200 m)
electricity only in the shelter - we charge with solar energy
electricity only in the shelter - we charge with solar energy
outdoor eco bathrooms, here you take a shower under the stars
outdoor eco bathrooms, here you take a shower under the stars

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Three tents grow out of the grass in an over one hectare meadow in the Solinka Valley at the foot of Hyrlata and Matragona. Not just any, because on wooden platforms with personal outdoor bathrooms. In total, six people can sleep in Bieszcis in three two-person tents. Common to all tents is the shelter, that is the "heart of the house", here you can chat with others, lie down in a hammock, prepare a meal. It's also the only place with electricity from the panels, so you'll only charge your phones here. There is a place for a bonfire near the shelter. There are composting toilets in the bathrooms, which means you sprinkle sawdust after each visit. We have pressure tourist showers, a washbasin and a tank filled with water from the well (you refill it yourself). Importantly: there is no hot water and therefore no warm shower, unless you warm your water first. On sunny days, it is enough to put a shower and the water heats up by itself, when it is cloudy, the bath water needs to be heated in the kitchen. The shower area is under the open sky, so you can shower in the company of millions of stars. There is a roof over the toilet. There are solar lamps in the bathrooms, thanks to which you will not trip over your feet at night. Apart from sleeping places, the tents also have a clothes hanger, bedside tables and a candle lantern. There is also bedding, we have warm merione wool duvets, but if you are particularly thermophilic, take also sleeping bags and thermoactive underwear with you. Let's face it - sometimes it gets really cold at night. We recommend sleeping close to each other and warm socks and sometimes even hats. And seriously: there are mosquitoes, ticks and wild animals (at night you can sometimes hear wolves howling from Hyrlata). Behind the plot, the Bieszczady Forest Railway passes the plot several times a day and it trumpets mercilessly. Some take it as entertainment and wave at the tourists seated in it, but for those who would like absolute silence, it can be frustrating. It may also happen that a neighbor drives a tractor to mow his meadows and then the drone may irritate sensitive ears. And in general, we are not a spa but a wild spot with no running water, almost no electricity, almost at the end of the world.

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Common space

Dining room with tables (35 m2)
Terrace
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Garden

Bonfire

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Waves

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What will I eat?

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As you probably guessed - we don't cook. But the communal kitchen with gas burners is in the shed. There is a gas cooker, pots, frying pan, cutlery, cups and a kettle. Importantly: we do not have a refrigerator, so forget about frozen drinks. We will recommend you a few places where you should please your taste buds (for example Chata Wędrowca with mutton soup or the famous Giant Pancake with cream, honey and fruit - for eating which you get a certificate of appreciation) and don't forget that we have a place for a bonfire. We will already throw you a few bonfire delicacies (because man lives not only with sausages and potatoes): from the fire there is delicious corn with a little salt and butter, baked apples and bananas are one of the best desserts in the world - and totally healthy. Don't forget the tourist canteens (maybe you still have such memorable scout camps?), Because they will make scrambled eggs, cook pasta and prepare a delicious sauce.

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We recommend nearby restaurants

Siekierezada (5 km)
Karczma Łemkowyna (5 km)
Hipisówka (7 km)
Oberża pod Kudłatym Aniołem (5,5 km)
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You can buy eco products nearby

Hipisówka (chleb, nalewki, przetwory) (7 km)

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Grocery stores nearby

ABC, sklep spożywczy Cisna (5 km)

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Will I not be bored?

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You can get bored with us, but you don't have to. We recommend trying morning yoga or meditation in the morning dew in the meadow. Evening roasting of sausages on the campfire and night sky observations. Walkers have nowhere to go, and mountain hikers can choose a different trail every day leading to the beautiful mountain pastures of Bieszczady. We wholeheartedly recommend Połonina Wetlińska with the atmospheric Chatka Puchatka shelter and breathtaking views from Mała and Wielka Rawka. Waving grass on Tarnica or Bukowe Bróda is a must have in Bieszczady. It's great in the off-season, because the trails are loose and sometimes you can hear a roaring deer. It is definitely worth going to Hyrlata - the trail starts just outside Bieszcisz, at the top there are views like in the mountain pastures, but without the crowds and queuing to climb to the top. Those willing to soak their feet in the river can go to Solinka (200 meters from Bieszcisz). If you want to explore a bit further corners of the Bieszczady Mountains, you can go to the dam in Solina, try your hand at sailing there or sunbathe on one of the beaches. If you have the opportunity, meet the real Zakapior from Bieszczady - a mercenary who escaped from his previous life (sometimes and court sentences) into the wild forests and took every job that fell into his hands. You can see the gallery of these mountain people in black and white photos in the Zakapior inn in Polańczyk and you can read about them in Andrzej Potocki's book "Majster Bieda or Zakapiorskie Bieszczady". Speaking of legends, go also to Siekierezada in Cisna. It's hard to squeeze in at lunchtime, but it's worth going for a beer or mulled wine after 9pm, when the crowd is lowered. In the Bieszczady Mountains, you can also go rafting down the San River and ride a bicycle trolley in Uherce Mineralne. It is worth seeing the ruins of Carmel in Zagórze, the Szymany castle and the old town of Sanok. Speaking of Sanok, we sincerely recommend visiting the Zdzisław Beksiński Gallery in the Sanok historical museum.

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For those who want relaxation

Forest paths
Mountain trail

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For hedonists

Beach chairs

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For sports enthusiasts

Cross bicycle routes
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For those craving art

Muzeum historyczne w Sanoku; Galeria Beksińskiego; Galeria Ikon (58 km)

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Our pets

Dogs

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What’s there for children?

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We don't have any amenities for kids, so if you take them with you, you have to arm yourself with all the necessary gadgets. The elders will surely find something to do - the forest calls everyone. Besides, you can run as fast as you can, follow lizards and grasshoppers, build secret bases and eat potatoes from the fire. The telescope is an additional attraction, but it is often the adults who line up to see it. We have a beautiful black sky not contaminated by city lights, so there is a lot to look at.

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Attractions for children

Cooking together
Sleeping in a tent in the garden
Viewing stars through a telescope
Mushroom picking

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Attractions for children in the area

Bieszczadzka Kolejka Leśna (2 km)
Leśny zwierzyniec w Lisznej (5 km)

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Our address: , Żubracze, Bieszczady Mountains, Podkarpackie Province, Poland

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Bus: Cisna (5 km)

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How much will I pay?

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tent price per night
Small tent (1 - 2 people) PLN 280
Spacious tent (2 people) PLN 320
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From the second half of August, there is an option to rent a biofireplace for the deceased at the price of biofuel.

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Place rules

Icon Minimum age of guests: 7 years old
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Standard minimum stay: 7 days
Sezon 2022: 2022-07-03 - 2022-09-04, From Sunday to Sunday

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Prepayment charged: 50%
If you cancel up to 30 days before your arrival, we will refund the prepayment amount
Remaining amount payable 3 days before your arrival (polish tourism voucher , money transfer)
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Arrival from 16:00
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We do not refund the cost of the unused part of the stay. We are close to the words: "Leave the space as you found it". With a heavy heart, we had to give up hosting pets. Our experience shows that in the clash with the famous Bieszczady mud, we, you and the white tents have no chance :(

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Reviews

5

Najlepsze miejsce w jakim byłem. Pani gospodarz jest cudowną, gościnną i uśmiechniętą osobą która zawsze dobrze doradzi :) Miejsce położone zdała od zatłoczonych miejsc, jest cicho i spokojnie. Namioty są naprawdę świetną opcją dla osób które szukają bliskości z naturą. Będę wracać w wolnych chwilach. Pozdrawiam Olę ❤️

Host: Ola
2022-08-25

Dziękuję Ci za piękne słowa. Uściskaj Zosię i trzymam mooocno kciuki za marzenia :)


5

Było niesamowicie!!! Ola oraz Jej rodzina sprawiają, że Bieszcisze jest magicznym miejscem, w którym po prostu chce się bywać. Począwszy od pomysłu i zadbania o każdy detal, a skończywszy na wspólnych rozmowach przy ognisku. Osada stworzona jest tak, że wszyscy goście mogą się poczuć jakby znali się od lat i pojechali wspólnie biwakować - i to jest niesamowite :) Środki namiotów urządzone są idealnie, z dbałością o to, żeby przetrwać i zimne noce - kołderki są ciepłe i nie ma opcji by zmarznąć :) Wspólna kuchnia urzeka pomysłem! Wrócę tam z ogromną przyjemnością <3 Do zobaczenia Olu!

Host: Ola
2022-03-28

Natka, dziękuję za wzruszające słowa i mam nadzieję, że do zobaczenia!


5

Niesamowite miejsce, wspaniały klimat i cudowna cisza. Codzienne piękne widoki witające po wyjściu z namiotu. Leżąc na hamaku nie ma się poczucia marnowania czasu, wręcz przeciwnie! Miejsce zachęca do odpoczynku i wyciszenia. Ola zawsze chętnie podpowie co warto zobaczyć i gdzie pójść, a wieczorami wspólnie ze wszystkimi przesiaduje przy ognisku i opowiada swoje historie. Niezapomniane przeżycie, wyjeżdżaliśmy do domu z wielką niechęcią, zdecydowanie musimy tu wrócić na dłużej!

Host: Ola
2021-12-15

Aneto, wracam dziś myślami do Waszego pobytu i ściskam Was mocno!


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