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Dom Geologa

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Location Poland, Lower Silesia Province, Sudetes Mountains, Kłodzko Valley, Śnieżnik Mountains, Marianówka
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Playing associations in the Kłodzko Valley is easy. Cross-country skiing, singletrack, castles, fortresses, trails, caves, rocks, climbing, rafting, gold mine and mystery mine. We have other connotations in our heads. Frames from Agnieszka Holland's film "Pokot", which was shot in Kotlin, appear before our eyes. Magic realism straight from the books by Tokarczuk, because "House of Day, House of Night" is here. Our minds go to the times of our favorite princess Marianna Orańska - the daughter of the king of the Netherlands, a liberated woman, owner of the Kłodzko Valley, without whom there would be no marble mine, cows farm in Śnieżnik, Międzygórze. And without us, there would be no Dagna, our daughter who changed everything. Before she was born, I was climbing the highest mountains in the world, paddling the sea with canoes, organizing mountaineering expeditions, and Jędrek was on tour. When Dagna appeared in the world, we wanted to stop. This is how we got here, to Marianówka, by chance that turned out to be destiny. The House of Geologist (professor of the University of Wrocław - Jerzy Don) from 1892 gained new hosts, and we gained a new life. Now we live in the Śnieżnik Massif, my favorite part of the Sudetes. You will admit that it just had to be like that. In my new life, I love the fact that I can host you in the interiors that I have refined, share my knowledge about the region, show you our favorite activities, put my daughter to sleep in a trailer on ski-tours in winter, and go Nordic skiing to my neighbor for eggs or a mechanic in Bystrzyca. It is this unhurried life surrounded by mountains that I want to share with you. We invite you to a house that squeaks and laughs, which needs to be warmed by throwing trees into the stove, which is difficult to reach in winter, and then returns to the city with a heavy heart. Take your friends and make yourself at home in the Basin, see you.

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Agna i Jędrek

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

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We don't have televisions
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exclusive house for 11 people - 5 bedrooms and 3 bathrooms
exclusive house for 11 people - 5 bedrooms and 3 bathrooms
the wonderful Kłodzko Valley within the reach of legs and arms
the wonderful Kłodzko Valley within the reach of legs and arms
we will tell you where to cross-country skiing and where to go to the slope
we will tell you where to cross-country skiing and where to go to the slope
kitchen and dining room at your disposal
kitchen and dining room at your disposal
dogs are welcome, but please keep order
dogs are welcome, but please keep order
behind the fence neighbour's horses and cows
behind the fence neighbour's horses and cows

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The Geologist's House is located at the foot of the Śnieżnik Massif, it has an old soul and we believe that the spirit of the mountains lives there. For years it belonged to a professor of geology, and now it is under our care. Despite the renovation, we kept it in a Sudeten atmosphere, and we filled the interior with warmth, pine furniture and pre-war, sometimes personally restored antiques, mostly from this region. The house is located on a large area with a vegetable and fruit garden, herbarium, parking lot, orchard, fireplace, etc., it is approximately 3320 square meters. In addition, we have 75 hectares of meadows, which, however, are not directly connected to the land where the house is located - you have to walk about 500 meters to get to our meadows. We have the whole house at your disposal, that is 5 rooms of different sizes for up to 11 people. 1. Room on the ground floor with a double bed (140 cm). 2. Upstairs room with a double bed (160 cm). 3. Upstairs room with two single beds. 4. Upstairs room with one double bed (180 cm) + double sofa bed (140 cm). 5. A room on the first floor with a single antique bed (length approx. 180 cm and width 110 cm). Also: Three fully equipped bathrooms (two with shower and toilet, one with bath, shower and toilet). Two bathrooms are downstairs and one is upstairs. Living room with a dining area on the ground floor, equipped with a large table for 10 people, fireplace and armchairs. A lounge upstairs, with comfortable sofas and armchairs - perfect for conversations or family games. The kitchen on the ground floor - with access to the terrace and an idyllic view of the mountains - is fully equipped with beautiful tableware and all cooking utensils. There is also a washing machine on the ground floor for your use. And now a few stones in a shoe, which is the charm of living in an old country house but may be an inconvenience for some of you: - Smoking in stoves and carrying wood in winter and the fact that in order to keep the rooms warm, they must be left open for the day (we plan to make boiler rooms and central heating before next winter, but with the poor availability of specialists in the region, we cannot guarantee that it will be successful) . So far, the guests have been delighted with the atmosphere provided by our Norwegian and tiled stoves. - Access to the house via a gravel road. In winter, it may be a problem to travel (6 meters of height difference), but it is rare and we have several tried and tested methods. - It can be muddy during the thaw on the road and on the driveway. - Neighbor's dogs, which are friendly and outgoing, sometimes appear in our garden. - The house is old and the floors and ceilings are wooden - you can hear the patter of feet and slamming doors. Dogs are welcome with us as long as the dog etiquette is kept. Pets are allowed only on the ground floor. We ask that they do not sleep on armchairs, on sofas, or - even more so - in beds. Dog droppings left on our premises must be cleaned up on an ongoing basis.

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We confess without hitting - we don't cook. You have to take care of it yourself, but we can help you buy local products. Eggs from happy hens, goat's milk, cheese, lamb, the best honey in the Kłodzko Valley. You can also use seasonal fruits and herbs grown in our eco garden. There are raspberries, apples, pears, cherries, cherries, gooseberries and currants in three types. We also have the best chives in the world, some herbs, leeks and celery. We do not promise cucumbers or tomatoes, because we do not always succeed, and we do not support their growth with chemicals. Those who like to cook know that cooking for and with friends on trips creates bonds that cannot be created in restaurants. We have the most charming kitchen for you - with access to a large wooden terrace with an uninterrupted view of the mountains. Naturally, the kitchen is fully equipped with tableware and all necessary cooking equipment. There is a large fridge and freezer, dishwasher, electric hob, oven and microwave. Additionally, you can smoke in a wood-fired tiled kitchen - there is no better scrambled egg than the one prepared on a wood-fired plate. You will eat at a large farmer's table, where all the guests can fit. There is also an intimate table in the kitchen for early risers and early breakfast enthusiasts. In the kitchen you will find basic products such as sugar, flour, cocoa and a large selection of spices. Jędrek is a "tea maker" and Agna is a "coffee lover". Together we can appreciate both the taste of good, freshly ground coffee and aromatic leaf tea. That is why the kitchen is also equipped with coffee or tea and all the accessories necessary to celebrate their preparation. We recommend proven restaurants in the area below.

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Free coffee
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Orle Gniazdo - dobre, górskie klasyki kuchni polskiej i domowy chleb na zakwasie (2 km)
Alpejski Dwór - Międzygórze (10 km)
Cafe Marianna - Międzygórze (10 km)
Horus - Długopole-Zdrój - restauracja umiejscowiona w dawnym kościółku ewangelickim oferuje dania z wołowiny oraz bogaty wybór deserów (15 km)

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Sklep wiejski Idzików - można kupić świetny chleb (3 km)
Mnogość sklepów w Bystrzycy Kłodzkiej (7 km)

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Will I not be bored?

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Get ready for a decent dose of knowledge about the region. You can use it in a practical way and treat the Geologist's House as a great starting point or spend time with the navel up with a few trips in the immediate vicinity. We fly with the topic. If you want to be bored, it is great to be bored with us. There are many places around the house where you can lie down or hang out with an idyllic view of the mountains and grazing Hutsuls, you can read books by the fireplace or sunbathe on the terrace. There are several strategically placed hammocks in the garden. And on cloudless evenings, with the help of the host (and under his watchful eye), you can view stars and planets with a telescope. Marianówka is located in a privileged part of the Kłodzko Land, where the diversity and richness of the area is within the reach of arms and legs. The immediate vicinity of the Geologist's House is a paradise for active people. In summer, bicycles, especially the longest single tracks in Europe, for which the region is famous. Singletrack Glaciensis is a paradise for mountain bikers. One-way loops for big and small cyclists lead through the most beautiful mountain terrain and provide a good dose of adrenaline. For those who prefer recreational trips on asphalt roads, we have many picturesque roads with low traffic between the villages at the foot of the Śnieżnik Massif. We also have a lot for climbers. The Trzy Kopki area is literally under your breath, as it offers insured summer and winter roads in gneiss rocks. Shepherd's Rocks, at a similar distance, are built of coarse-grained conglomerates and gneisses - this is a proposal for more advanced climbers, with a large selection of quite difficult routes. The pastoral rocks are also worth visiting when rock climbing is not in your circle of interests - it is an extremely picturesque place, steeped in legends. Motorized climbers can also choose between Lądeckie Rocks (a large selection of winter roads) and the area in Szczytna, insured sandstones, both of these areas offer roads with various difficulties. The Śnieżnik Massif offers numerous hiking trails. For experienced tourists, who are not afraid of long mountain hikes, there are at least four loops on the tourist routes from Marianówka to Marianówka via Śnieżnik or through Śnieżnik and Czarna Góra, but these are all-day trips for the persistent ones. For those who prefer shorter hikes, I recommend loops of tourist routes to Śnieżnik from Międzygórze or Kamienica, or a combination of visiting the Bear's Cave with climbing Śnieżnik from Kletno. Be sure to visit the shelter. It was built by Marianna Orange as a barn for a herd of Swiss cows. We cannot fail to mention cross-country skiing, our favorite winter activity. The commune of Bystrzyca Kłodzka has snow groomers for making trails and fantastic cross-country tracks in Spalona, and CETIK Stronie Śląskie, in cooperation with the Czech side, is preparing one of the longest cross-country track systems in Poland. Beginners can enjoy this sport in the meadows next to the house. We have several pairs of cross-country skis at our guests' disposal, and Agna, I like to route cross-country skiing on my Nordic skis. The Śnieżnik Massif in winter is attractive for ski-tourers. And we know what routes to recommend to beginners and the more advanced. We also recommend rafting on the Nysa Kłodzka river, and visiting Bardo, where the rafting ends. If you come to us during hot weather, you can take a bath in Szklarzynka in Marianówka or in Wilczka in Międzygórze or go to the Czech Republic to Pastviny and cool down there in a beautiful lagoon created on a mountain river. For fans of downhill skis, literally behind the copper, that is, behind the Puchaczówka pass, is Czarna Góra and a bit further Zieleniec. What else to see: Międzygórze - the Alps in the Sudetes, a Swiss-style resort, 3 km on foot from us. It's a must-see, as they say. Bystrzyca Kłodzka - a town situated on a steep slope like in Tuscany and, rather than in Tuscany, a bit neglected. Surrounded by medieval walls, it has two markets, a beautiful town hall and a philumenist museum. We like them very much. Kamieniec Ząbkowicki - a castle built on a grand scale in the nineteenth century. Soviet troops burned it, and it was recently rebuilt. Lower Silesia, as you probably know, is full of castles and palaces - this one is one of the largest. Wilkanów - in the palace (now in ruin), the Germans kept a priceless library plundered from the Hasidic commune in St. Petersburg during WWII - after Lower Silesia was occupied by the Soviet army, the library was taken back to Russia and so far legal disputes over it between Jews from the USA and Russia. Krzeszów - the widow of Henry the Pious, founded a Cistercian monastery here in the middle of the thirteenth century, which, despite rebuilding, many twists and unfavorable winds of history, has survived to this day and is one of the finest examples of baroque architecture in Europe.

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Ski lift (12,4 km)
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Monuments

Sanktuarium Maria Śnieżna (1,6 km)
Stare Miasto Bystrzyca Kłodzka (7,5 km)
Zabudowa w Międzygórzu (4,2 km)
Twierdza Kłodzka (27 km)
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The kids feel great with us, just like in the countryside. The batteries discharge faster than in the city, because there is always something to be armed and they do not have time to load them. They ride sledges and skis, wade in puddles, play in a house in the garden, swing on swings and in hammocks, fly kites, crawl on a nearby pulpit, watch horses and cows behind a fence and quite often deer, deer and hares. They pick fruit straight from the bushes, bake sausages by the fire, play games, read books, play in the lounge upstairs, sleep in a tent in the garden. In the garden, they not only sleep, they also prance at will. We have swings, hammocks and a house for kids here. We are constantly inventing something new - our two-year-old daughter and her four-year-old cousin and six-year-old cousin who visit us from time to time are our inspiration. They have 100 ideas per minute and inspire us to create new attractions. Behind the fence, the main stars are grazing horses, and you can get on the saddle at a friendly stud. There are also singletracks for smaller and bigger cyclists in the area. After agreeing the dates, we have a bicycle and cross-country trailer for rent (we often use it ourselves) for one child aged: from independent sitting to 25 kilos. We also provide a cot for small children or an extra bed for a larger child in the form of a camp bed.

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Ogród Bajek (3,5 km)

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Our address: Marianówka 20, Marianówka, Lower Silesia Province, Sudetes Mountains, Kłodzko Valley, Śnieżnik Mountains, Poland

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From Kłodzko we take the road 33 towards Boboszów. From road 33, turn left at Bystrzyca Kłodzka towards Stronie Śląskie and Czarna Góra. In Pławnica, we turn right from the main road to Marianówka. On the left, we will pass the house and the ruins of the greenhouse - google maps will tell you that we are there. But we go straight ahead 200 meters further and on the left side there will be a square chapel building, right behind it we turn left into a gravel road. On the right, we pass the ruined house and the next house on the right is the Geologist's House.

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Bus: Bystrzyca Kłodzka (9,4 km)

On foot along the yellow trail from Bystrzyca Kłodzka to Igliczna or by taxi - unfortunately PKS Kłodzko suspended connections to Idzików.

Train: Bystrzyca Kłodzka (8,4 km)

On foot along the yellow trail from Bystrzyca Kłodzka to Igliczna or by taxi - unfortunately PKS Kłodzko suspended connections to Idzików.

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low season - price for the house
price per night when renting for 2-3 days 1000 PLN
price per night when renting for min. 4 days PLN 900
Price list for high season - holidays, holidays and long weekends
high season - price for the house
price per night (holidays and holidays, the minimum rental period is 4 days) PLN 1,200
price per night when renting for min. 7 days 1100 PLN
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Standard minimum stay: 2 days
Dzień Niepodległości: 2021-11-10 - 2021-11-14, minimum 4 days
Boże Narodzenie: 2021-12-23 - 2021-12-26, minimum 3 days
Ferie: 2022-01-17 - 2022-02-27, minimum 4 days
Wielkanoc: 2022-04-15 - 2022-04-18, minimum 3 days
Majówka: 2022-04-29 - 2022-05-03, minimum 4 days
Boże Ciało: 2022-06-15 - 2022-06-19, minimum 4 days
Wakacje: 2022-06-24 - 2022-08-31, minimum 4 days

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Deposit amount: 200 PLN (cash on the spot)
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5

Dom Geologa jest piękny i pięknie położony. Harmonia architektury i krajobrazu. Dla mnie to bardzo ważne, bo tej harmonii wokół coraz mniej. Ma duży ogród, w którym spokojnie odnajdą się dzieci i taras z widokiem tuż obok kuchni, na którym wspaniale było pić kawę ze wschodzącym słońcem. Za ogrodzeniem jest duża łąka, za nią kawałek lasu i najbliższe szczyty - dom otacza przestrzeń. Przestrzeń niczym ograniczona i wyjątkowa. Słychać ptaki polujące nad tą łąką, po której, jak się okazało, biegają koniki huculskie. Taki mały bonus. Dom i pokoje są przytulne. Urządzone prosto, ale z autentyczną troską o detal. Gospodarze dbają o klimat wnętrza. Można też na nich liczyć, jeśli chodzi o podpowiedzi - gdzie i którędy pójść (także na skróty, przez łąki i ścieżki mniej oficjalne, niekoniecznie szlakiem), gdzie zjeść, co zrobić. Sami są odkrywcami i pomagają odkrywać. Sudety - piękne. Oczywiście.

Host: Agna i Jędrek
2021-10-05

Dziękujemy i zapraszamy!


5

Cudowne miejsce. Tak zatytułowałbym książkę, która miałaby opisać ten magiczny domek. Wspaniała lokalizacja, na uboczu od drogi głównej Marianówki, sprawia, że mieszkasz w polach otoczonych zielonymi wzgórzami, na których wypasają się krowy i konie. Jest naprawdę malowniczo! Domek sam w sobie jest wyjątkowo przytulny, urządzony ze smakiem, a kuchnia i salon - w nich mógłbym przebywać non-stop. Świeżo zmielona kawa zaparzona w kawiarce na kaflowym piecu smakuje wyjątkowo kiedy otworzysz drzwi kuchni i rzucasz okiem na tą wyjątkowo żywą i piękną przyrodę wokół. Absolutnie polecam, bo warto. Kuba

Host: Agna i Jędrek
2021-08-30

Dziękujemy za miłe słowa! I mam nadzieję do zobaczenia.


5

Cóż. Trafiliśmy do Domu Geologa nieco szczęśliwie i na ostatnią chwilę. Poza takimi przyziemnymi kwestiami jak dobre ciśnienie wody pod prysznicem, pełne wyposażenie kuchni, wygodne łóżka, przemiła Gospodyni, czy ogrodowe miejsca odpoczynku z hamakami, warto dodać, że to miejsce re-we-la-cyj-ne - spokój, kawa na tarasie z pięknym widokiem, no i cudny klimat. Miło było!

Host: Agna i Jędrek
2021-07-19

Pięknie dziękujemy i zapraszamy ponownie!


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