A good location - just round the corner from the minibuses/buses for Lebork & close to the road out to the Slowinski National Park. It is a little bit away from the beach - about a 20 minute stroll - but we regarded this as an advantage as it was lovely & quiet. We reckoned the area around the centre of town could get quite noisy - discos etc. Ewa (who spoke English) & her husband were delightful. They were very attentive & helpful and created a nice atmosphere. You will be treated well if you come here The breakfast, which was extra (15 zl each), was good. If you prefer to self-cater there are kitchen facilities. The property provides . The room was a little small but perfectly adequate.
The Catholic church is close by which I mention because, although it's modern, it's worth a look for the outdoor chapel which was really peaceful and a couple of simple but interesting sculptures in the garden - also a Max Pechstein picture (interesting not stunning) and a copy of a sculpture of a cod gifted to the last Pope.
Dislikes(very minor) - no soap in bathroom & plug missing & no blind over the skylight over the bed(easily rectified by a towel) - but another place we stayed also had this so it may be because people get up earlier.More
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