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Dom Podcieniowy - Marynowy

Poland, Gdańsk Pomerania, Vistula Delta, Nowy Dwór Gdański

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This is a home for mystery lovers. For orphans of Mr Samochodzik and all those who will appreciate stories and legends. Stop here on your way to the coast, navigate the Vistula delta, find us in the village of Marynowy. We promise you will come home with a fascinating story. In the very centre of the village, there is a house which is the showpiece of Żuławy. A beautiful arcaded building from 1803 built by Peter Loewen for Johann Jacob Ziemer. After the Ziemers, the property was owned by the Pohlmann, Kling and Mennonite Claassen and Brucks families, who came to these lands as settlers from the Netherlands. Over the years, the house changed hands, survived the turmoil of war, marches of troops and visits of bark beetles. We will not say more, we will leave it for talks over dessert, and there are many threads in this story that taste best long after dinner... We invite you.

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The idea to make the house available to guests arose from the suggestions and questions of visitors to the area about the possibility of accommodation. The building has always aroused curiosity and there is nothing strange about it. It is a typical arcaded house, characteristic of the buildings of Żuławy at the beginning of the 19th century. It was established in 1803 at the request of the then owner of the property, Johann Jacob Ziemer. Over the next decades, it changed hands, until it was handed over to my family after the Second World War. My grandfather was resettled from the Eastern Borderlands, in 1947 he settled in Marynowy. My dad was lucky to be brought up in this house and that's how I finally became the owner of the building and part of the estate. At first, I was not convinced of the idea of ​​living in Żuławy and taking care of a 200-year-old house. My husband and I lived in Belgium and I really came back to do the restoration of the family monument. I wanted to take care of matters, renovations and have a 100% eye on what is happening with the house. We devoted some of the space to our own apartment, and when we started renovating our corners of the house, we also renovated the rest of the house. This is how large rooms were created with a soul and volumes of history hidden in beams, walls and boards. We are glad that the enormous efforts of the whole family were not in vain, and this historical monument can serve future generations.

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

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Our charms

Creaky floors
Steep stairs
In the middle of the village (there are neighbours)
Old house: it squeaks and sulks
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3 comfortable rooms for a total of 12 people
3 comfortable rooms for a total of 12 people
Arcaded house from 1802 with history inside its walls
Arcaded house from 1802 with history inside its walls
20-year-old pony in the garden and chickens behind the house
20-year-old pony in the garden and chickens behind the house
Kitchen open to guests and local products available
Kitchen open to guests and local products available
Pets are welcome
Pets are welcome
Pond in front of the house
Pond in front of the house

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You will enter history through the intricately carved doors. Outside, it is like 200 years ago with fachwerk, i.e. a lattice beam structure decorating the face of the arcades. 10 wooden columns with Ionic heads support the house, and the inscriptions of the builder on the lintel and beams are imprinted in the memory and are a beautiful sign of the times. In the middle of the house, at number 19, a new chapter begins with you in the lead role. After the stairs “divorced” by generations, you will enter a space that is conducive to relaxation and tranquility. From the windows you can admire the cultural landscape of the village, storks in the nest, our "wild mustang" and the pond. In 3 rooms we can accommodate a maximum of 13 people together with children. 2 rooms with bathrooms with shower, one without a bathroom, which is just in the corridor next door. On the ground floor: - a 4-person room with a bathroom with two continental beds plus a 2-person fold-out sofa. On the floor: - a 4-person room without a bathroom, with two continental beds and a double convertible sofa. - a large 5-person room with a bathroom, three continental beds plus a fold-out sofa for 2 people There is a fully equipped guest kitchen in the house. Each room has a TV, towels, and the bathrooms have hairdryers. WiFi will also be found. Animals - yes, yes. Come and take a walk. On the ground floor, in the arcaded part, we have organized a small "museum" of our house and its history. You will find there restored furniture from 1803, Żuławy chests, materials about the Mennonites, Żuławy and nearby tourist attractions. We collect old items, tools, articles of everyday life from old times. We have mysterious items that are used, for example, for shedding flour, sausages or washing and ironing. These are things found in nearby farms, with friends or acquaintances or bought at flea markets. This part is also open to visitors from the outside. You can come, sit, read, drink coffee, tea, eat cake.

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Living room with couches (100 m2)
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Garden

Beach chairs
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Fast Internet/WiFi
Poor cell phone reception
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For your comfort

We clean before your arrival
We clean during your stay on request (extra fee)
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What will I eat?

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There is total freedom in the common kitchen available to guests. You can cook, cut, mix, fry. You can buy ingredients and local products in our village. Contact us for eggs from happy hens from Żuławy - we have our own hens. Friends have honey and will be happy to share it. Possibility to order fresh bread. The closest to good food is Nowy Dwór Gdański, about 5 km. Over there to the Willa Joker restaurant. Nothing but 5 stars. Delicious food, served like in a Masterchefa, and taste like from a Michelin guide. It is varied and very tasty. For tasty fish, the jumps are 18 km to Stegna, and you can eat a tasty hunk of bread with lard at the Teutonic Order Castle in Malbork. 12 km from us in Żelichów you will find the Mały Holender restaurant. It is an 18th century arcaded house where you can buy and taste regional cheeses, eat well and breathe history. Żuławy cheeses, incl. the legendary Werderkäse, Szeneker with a mild, slightly nutty taste and other specialties from the Skarszewy Dairy, meatball soup, Mennonite cauldron, desserts, Żuławy lager with calamus, beer from Gościszewo Brewery, nettle soup served with toast and sour cream with sour cream or fried chicken lilac flower, served with noodles with young chives. You will certainly not starve here.

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Local products(eggs, vegetables, honey, milk, cakes)

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Shared kitchen
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We recommend nearby restaurants

Willa Joker (6 km)
Mały Holender (10 km)
Bistro na Fali (16 km)
Oliwka Pizzeria i Restauracja (25 km)
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Grocery stores nearby

Lokalny sklep (0,3 km)
Lidl (6 km)

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Will I not be bored?

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Marynowy is a beautiful village, full of monuments, so boredom is not an option. In addition, several ponds, stork nests, stories of the Menonnites, local legends, Evangelical cemeteries, arcaded houses and the Polish sea in the vicinity. Apart from ours, there are four other arcaded houses in the village. One was built by Hermann Hekker in 1804, the second, older, from 1773, but completely rebuilt in 1939. Unfortunately, the other two houses lost their arcade. Be sure to get to know their history, take a look through the history windows and get to know the unusual architecture of Żuławy. A walk around Marynowy is the first thing you should do upon arrival. And in the village there is a church from the 14th century. In the temple, the attention is drawn to a wooden, painted, flat ceiling, as well as carved benches, doors from the beginning of the 16th century and organs. In the little church near the church, you can find tombstones of the Mennonites. We will also guide you to the forgotten, overgrown Evangelical cemetery - this is where a half-timbered church once stood, which the world has forgotten. Meet Żuławy along the route of the Mennonites who came to the Vistula delta long, long ago. They were settlers from the Netherlands who fled from repression in their country, and Poland, as an open and tolerant country, offered them a piece of land in Żuławy. It was them who built the canals, embankments and dikes that protected the fields from flooding. Żuławy flourished literally and figuratively. Later, history showed a claw in the form of the partitions of Poland, wars, and after World War II, the remaining Mennonite minority had to flee these areas. In its place, displaced people from Volhynia, the Vilnius Region and southern regions of Poland were brought. Churches are not usually at the top of the list of places to visit, but those in Żuławy are simply must-see. Apart from those in Marynowy, it is worth going to the church in the village of Wróblewo. Here, on the Motława River, among lush trees, there is a picturesquely situated temple from the 16th century. It used to be possible to get there by boat and moor at a nearby pier. A magical place that many tourists don't know about. Hand-painted white and blue tiles were a characteristic feature of Żuławy houses. In Manufaktura Hersztek in Nowa Kościelnica, real wonders are created, these hand-made tiles with windmills or patterns taken alive from the Netherlands can also decorate your interior. A mandatory point on the travel map. What else is worth seeing? - Ruins of the lock in Marzęcin. - Vistula estuary between Mikoszewo and Świbno. - Skarpa - a cliff shore on the Vistula Lagoon. - Cormorant reserve - one of the largest breeding colonies in Europe, and at the same time located near the road leading to the beach, it is separated from the sea by several hundred meters.

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For those who want relaxation

Board games

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Bicycles for rent
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For those craving art

Żuławski Park Historyczny (6,5 km)

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Monuments

Zamek w Malborku (18,2 km)

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What’s there for children?

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We have a 10-year-old girl and a 3-year-old boy, so toys and company are there. Bicycle, scooter, roller skates and plenty of space for somersaults. There is a garden with a sandbox and a small monkey grove. In front of the house you can meet our 20-year-old pony, who has already spent many years of riding behind him. In retirement, he has become a wild mustang and likes to be admired from afar. A morning walk, then to the pond, by bike to the meadow and to our home museum. We won't talk about beaches because they are everywhere around us. Just like forests, the waters of the Vistula Lagoon, seaside air and waffles in tourist resorts. Go on a narrow-gauge railway with your kids. The transport is run by the Pomeranian Railway Enthusiasts' Association, and the route leads through Sztutowo, Stegna, Jantar to Mikoszew. The train runs during the season and on special occasions - e.g. on a long weekend. This attraction is supposedly for children, but many parents should also enjoy it.

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Children's playground
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Fishing
Large safe running space

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Portable / travel bed for children
Bath tub for babies
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Attractions for children in the area

Dino Park (13 km)
Park Piekarczyka (20 km)
Ninja Park, Leopark (17,5 km)

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Our address: Marynowy, ul. Podcieniowa 19, Nowy Dwór Gdański, Gdańsk Pomerania, Vistula Delta, Poland

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Train: Malbork (17,1 km)

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* apartment with a bathroom in the next part of the house **breakfast is not included in the price - children up to 3 years old in their parents' room - free of charge - children from 3 to 12 years old - 50% of the price - pets stay - one-time fee PLN 50 - additional replacement of bed linen or towels - PLN 50 - free parking

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Arrival from 14:00 to 23:59
Departure from 09:00 to 12:00
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Reviews

5

Dopiero co wróciliśmy do domu. Pięcio dniowy pobyt w Marynowach oceniamy z żoną jako cudowny czas spędzony w fantastycznych warunkach, w cudownym , spokojnym i anielskim miejscu. Dwustuletni dom z własną historią , fajnie wyremontowany, dobre warunki pobytu, sympatyczni i pomocni gospodarze. Naprawdę świetnie spędzony czas. Polecamy


5

Piękny drewniany ponad 200 letni dom a właściwie dwór starannie odrestaurowany z wielką dbałością o oryginalne detale położony w spokojnej wiejskiej okolicy. Bardzo wygodne pokoje i bardzo dobrze wyposażona kuchnia. Bardzo mili i uczynni gospodarze Lokalizacja dogodna do wycieczek samochodowych lub rowerowych do Zamku w Malborku i innych miejscowych zabytków Miejsce magiczne i bardzo godne polecenia. Mamy nadzieję wrócić tam jeszcze kiedyś bo naprawdę jest tam pięknie.


5

Genialne, przepiękne, cudownie zachowane i urządzone miejsce. Duże pokoje, wygodne lóżka, cisza i spokój. Przemili gospodarze chętnie dzielący się wiedzą o domach podcieniowych na Żuławach. Nie zapomniane doświadczenie. Bardzo polecam


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