Villa Giewont has a high quality contemporary interior with wooden furniture made by a cabinet maker, squashy leather sofas and all mod-cons. The bottom floor comprises a cinema room with a flat panel tv and satellite receiver, surround sound system, a sauna room, bathroom, an exercise bike and fully equipped laundry room. The main floor comprises a stylish living room with a centrally mounted real fireplace, large bay windows opening out onto a substantial wooden terrace with wonderful uninterrupted views of the mountains. This room has squashy Italian leather sofas, one of which opens into a sofabed. Adjoining this room is a modern kitchen and dining room with a large wooden dining table for eight people. The kitchen is equipped with Bosch units and oak worktops. Moving up the wooden staircase, there are three bedrooms (all with mountain views) and two modern bathrooms with Villeroy and Boch units. The house is constructed to a high standard using traditional techniques.
Help during your stay: Someone living in an adjoining property will be available to help with any queries during your stay and will arrange cleaning before and after your stay. We can provide a welcome pack of food on your arrival, if booked in advance. The owners are always delighted to provide guidance about the many sights, walks and interesting places close to the house. There are numerous shops and restaurants close by. Ski equipment may be rented from a number of suppliers.
Please note that the calendar on this website is unlikely to be up to date. For an up to date calendar, please go to www.villazakopane.com
Zakopane is Poland's premier mountain resort. Good facilities and the immediately accessible slopes of the Tatra Mountains make skiing the big wintertime attraction for tourists from al over Europe. Downhill runs descend from a 6,514-foot-high peak called Kasprowy Wierch, reached by a gondola and two chairlifts. Antalowka, a small hill on Zakopane's western outskirts, is used as a beginners slope, and cross-country trails fringe the forested foothills. A skating rink is in the center of town. A large proportion of tourists visit the resort outside the winter season. Hiking is an immensely popular activity. Dozens of well marked trails extend through meadows and canyons shaded by spruce, pine, oak and larch trees. Hikers can make their way past alpine lakes up to the highest Tatra summit. The villa is situated in the Koscielisko district in a tranquil and spectacular valley. The town centre is 10 minutes away and the slopes only 5 minutes. Krakow is less than 2 hours away.
|Fees||No additional mandatory fees|
|Refundable Damage Deposit||£86|
The rent for Easter and Christmas/New Year is Eur 2200 per week.
A 20% non refundable deposit is payable on booking and the rest is payable eight weeks in advance of the commencement of the stay. If bookings are made less than ten weeks in advance of the commencement of the stay, the whole amount is payable at this time. Any amount paid above the initial 20% will be non-refundable unless we secure a substitute booking for that period on the same terms.