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Undoubtedly, our greatest attraction and joy are alpacas, i.e. ideal animals. They are calm, gentle, clean and super independent. Our herd is growing all the time, so alpaca babies are born from May to the end of August. Our guests have access to alpacas in the price of the stay, unique due to the scale and freedom: feeding alpacas in the garden every morning at 10:00, communing with approx. 20 alpacas in the garden (we have with the little ones) without any fence / fences.
Once you have cuddled our pets, you will spend a nice time in an old barn, a small inn with a fireplace, a goat and a large table for a dozen people. It is a great place for fun, wild dances and frolics, or on the contrary - for workshops or serious talks. The rustic interior in combination with delicious, country food and home-made tinctures are a party guarantee.
Next to the inn you will find a covered grill that will perfectly integrate guests from different parts of Poland and the world.
Sitting in front of the TV or playing computer games is in such a beautiful place as a crime. We advise you to take a break from the madness of everyday life and apply an electronic detox. This land is rich in lakes, rivers, beautiful forests, hills and fragrant meadows. Everyone will find something interesting for themselves.
The main attractions of the area are:
- sailing and all other water sports in the Port of Węgorzewo (approx. 5 km)
- bicycle trips,
- hiking in the field,
- Horse Riding,
- mushroom picking,
- wildlife and bird observation.
At your disposal are 2 mountain bikes, a Danish tandem and 2 sets of Nordic Walking poles.
Being in Masuria and not swimming in a lake is like not eating ice cream in the summer - it's a bit of a break. The closest you will get your body wet in Lake Stręgiel, covered by the silence zone, approx. 2.5 km away or in Lake Święcajty, from us by bike straight across the training ground to the Fisherman's Colony, also approx. 2.5 km or on the Kal Peninsula (approx. 9 km).
Another is the picturesque Stręgielek Lake, 5 km away, or Lake Mamry, accessible from the municipal swimming pool in Węgorzewo (approx. 8 km).
For canoeing enthusiasts, we recommend a trip down the charming Sapina River. This "wild" sailing route on Sapina from Lake Święcajty to Lake Gołdopiwo is 29 km long, and the canoe trail extends further to Lake Kruklin and is 34 km long.
And finally, bicycle routes. Here are a few of them:
- trail to the Seven Islands reserve,
- the trail around Lake Mamry with the former headquarters of the German Land Forces in Mamerki, the Masurian Canal, the palace in Sztynort,
- the Sapiny trail - Węgorzewo - Kalskie Nowiny - Stręgiel - Stręgielek - Ogonki - Zielona Góra - Węgorzewo.
There are also many places for history connoisseurs in the area, including the Wolf's Lair, approx. 32 km away, the Viaducts in Stańczyki (approx. 64 km) and the Pyramid in Rapa (27 km).