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The farm, to which you are warmly invited, is located on the Szklarska Poręba-Karpacz route. The picturesque location is due to the Karkonosze - beautiful but harsh mountains with the highest peak of 1602 m above sea level, Śnieżka, to which trails with varying degrees of difficulty lead. Our mountains are attractive not only for skiers in the winter, but also for lovers of hiking, who, using many trails, can get acquainted with wonderful monuments (Wang church, Chojnik castle, Miniature Park, Sztolnie). We have prepared 16 beds in cozy and tastefully furnished rooms. We offer 2 double rooms, 1 3-4-bed room, 1 double room with bathroom and terrace. Apartment (two rooms from 4 to 6 people with separate kitchen and bathroom). Children are invited to active contact with nature and our pets. We offer a playground for children and an unforgettable adventure with animals - a horse "Kajtus", goats, a pig, rabbits and, of course, a cat and a dog. Our Tyrolean House is surrounded by greenery, and in the interest of your comfort we have organized several places where, after the hardships of everyday hikes, you can sit, relax or eat a warm meal.Sosnówka is a charming village located on the border of the Jelenia Góra Valley and the Karkonosze Foothills. On the northern side there is the highest peak of Łomnicki Hill - Grodno (506 meters above sea level) and on the southern side there are slopes Glaśnica (608 m above sea level), Skiby (740 m above sea level) and Grabowiec (another name is Mount St. Anna - 784 m above sea level) and Wierzchnica (650 m above sea level). In Sosnówka, there are characteristic street-curving streets that have had official names referring to local natural and geographical elements since 2000. Attractions: - Late Baroque church. Our Lady of Ostra Brama, who was founded in 1820, - St. Marcin, whose roots date back to the eighteenth century, - Chapel of St. Anna and Dobre Source - is located on the western slope of Grabowiec. In the past, pagan religious rites were celebrated there. Near the chapel is the Good Source, also known as the Source of Love. Legend has it that a person who runs a chapel 7 times with a water from a good spring in his mouth will be lucky in love. The chapel has an ellipsoidal shape and today there are organ concerts and parties. - Fish ponds - a recently created complex of fish ponds, - Sosnówka Reservoir - a water reservoir with a picturesque view, which largely changed the landscape of this place, - A complex of old tourist and residential buildings.