We have prepered five rooms for our Guest. They all are located in an original building dated 1924, made of wood and bricks. All Glendoria buildings have characteristic features of architecture of the Masurian Lake District from the early 20th century. They are picturesque, very climatic and overgrown with lush plants.
A former farm building - a part of pre-war property - has been adapted into an unforgettable space full of secrets and surprises, focusing on pleasant stay of our guests ensuring comfort and privacy.
In the past, a timber yard and a granary was here; today, there are spacious and luxurious apartments.
Every apartment is equipped with a bathroom, a coffee bar with a fridge, a fireplace or with a stove. The apartments are have been decorated carefully. Their equipment consists of unique furniture and many additional accessories making every room unique. This all is completed with a big terrace and fantastic view of the neighbourhood.
The suite for 4 persons consists of two rooms located on different storeys. The bigger room has the area of 40 sq.m. and is located in the old granary. There is a lot of old raw beams, natural materials and characteristic small windows. Furniture is half-Polish and half-Indian. There are two big beds, which can be joined and turned into a one large bed. In the corner, there is a stylish, cast-iron pot-bellied stove. In the smaller room, there is a coffee annexe and two additional beds. Moreover, there is a bathroom with a bath and a cosy terrace with a view of the yard.
This room for 3 persons is a 45-sq.m suite with a huge terrace ensuring privacy and beautiful views. The terrace features garden furniture and a fireplace, which can be used as a barbecue grill. The room has Mediterranean colours. Two beds which can be joined are separated from the main room, which plays a role of a living room. At dusk, the pot-bellied stove gives fantastic fire performances. Moreover, there is a bathroom and a coffee annexe.
An over-30-sq.m room for 2 persons plus a separate coffee annexe, a bathroom and a big terrace with a view of the meadows and the forest. Furniture from Provence and the inter-war Poland Old walls built in the wattle-and-daub technology using beams and bricks; the walls are built on a foundation of huge rocks which are visible in the floor. Pastel colours facilitate relaxation. Two beds with the possibility of joining them are located in front of a stone fireplace, which gives great fire spectacles at dusk. Permanent barbecue grill at the terrace.