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We invite our Guests to visit our urokliwie situated houses, located in picturesque corners of the Klodzko and Massif Śnieżnika. Looking for comfortable accommodation and beautiful landscapes and guarantee privacy and independence ? Please all these qualities in our mountain chatkach! They are an attractive place to stay for families with children, groups of friends and all other tourists. Here in a cozy and pleasant atmosphere you can spend: leave, holidays, weekends.
is situated in a quiet and peaceful place, surrounded by a wall of the forest far from civilisation and the bustle of the city. Is located in the town of Kletno known to Bear Cave, near Stronia Silesian and Black Top.
At our guests disposal are:
- room with a fireplace (approximately 30m2) well decorated (stock wood in place),
- satellite TV,
- kitchen with self-service- fully equipped, - gas stove, - fridge-freezer, - kitchen stove, etc. - bathroom on the ground floor with shower. 1st floor: - 3-bed room, - 2-bed room, - 4-bed room. - bathroom, - living room The entire cottage is 100m2 - 9 beds Andreas's cottage heating and hot water is provided by a maintenance-free eco-pea kiln Kletno - a village in Poland located in the Lower Silesia Province, in the Kłodzko poviat, in the Stronie Śląskie commune. In the years 1975-1998, the town was administratively part of the Wałbrzych region. Kletno is a rarely built-up village stretching in a winding and deep valley of the Kleśnica river. From the north it borders with Stara Morawa and extends over a length of approx. 4 km. In its final part, it meets the Bear's Cave nature reserve and areas formerly the area of the open-cast marble mine. The valley delimits two mountain ranges, which are snowdrifts Śnieżnik (1425 m above sea level) and are part of the Śnieżnik Massif. The eastern band is made up of mountains named Stroma, Porębek and Młyńsko. The western band starts from the part of Żmijowiec ridge and continues through Rudka, Janowiec and Krzyżnik. Above the village, the Kleśnica valley is narrowing in the so-called "goose throat" leading to the summit of Śnieżnik.