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We covered the house with aspen shavings, hand-hewn logs from the hut that used to stand here were used to build the walls of the living room - we absolutely wanted to save something from the earlier life of this habitat. Our house is brilliant for trips with family or friends, because it has three separate bedrooms, each with its own bathroom and a small vestibule, creating separate units ensuring intimacy. If there are more than 8 people, some of you may live in carriages (from the end of April to the end of September).
On the ground floor there is a living room with a kitchen - a very atmospheric place, with a fireplace, adapter, projector, enlarged by a porch typical for Podlasie - perfect for your morning coffee! In the kitchen, guests have at their disposal a gas stove with an electric oven, a wood-burning stove and a bread oven, and there is a brick grill in front of the house - nothing stands in the way of culinary experiments.
Our habitat has an area of about 1.3 ha, in its part located closer to the Forest, behind a hedge and a orchard, there are three circus wagons - everyone will find a quiet corner without any problems, we do not complain about the lack of space ... The guests of the House and the carts can meet by the fire, in the swimming pool or in the Children's House.
Living in a wagon is amazing: you live more outside than at home, without giving up the comforts of your home. For children and all those who nurture a child within themselves, moving to the circus world will always be an unforgettable adventure. Each car has a bathroom / toilet, a well-equipped kitchen, fireplace, mosquito nets in the windows, and its own terrace.
The Karandash car was used by circus performers in the GDR and is named after a Russian clown. Now he does not travel around the world anymore, but he still has something of the atmosphere of "gypsy" life, which is worth giving in to the sounds of music flowing from the old adapter. It is ideal for a holiday for two, it has 1 bedroom with a double bed.
The Grock wagon, named after the Swiss clown, served as the home of the Alsace circus director. The car has two bedrooms (one with a double bed, in the other, in the living room, a double convertible sofa, a goat).
The third wagon is the Crane - it is called so because it stands closest to the Forest and right next to it you can hear the crane clangor. It is the largest of the carts, with two bedrooms (one with a double bed and the other with a bunk bed), so it is ideal for a family with two children.