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Willa Natalia, this intimate place, situated in a quiet rural okoklicy Old Kisielin. The object has a 12 guest rooms, including family apartments, where in comfortable conditions may relax even kilkuosobowa family.
Each room has:
- bathroom with toilet,
- Internet access (wired and wireless)
- standard equipment hotel (desk, seat, towels, etc.)
- custom equipment hotel (bathrobe)
Share Your Room with bathroom, TV, Internet access, a balcony and a fully equipped kitchen and a laundry, so as to ensure you all household convenience.
We encourage you to spending your time actively. With the imminent sąsiedztwu our hotel with the Provincial Center for Sport and Recreation you can to spend their free time on many ways. We encourage you to use the following subjects:
- indoor swimming pool (winter) or outdoor (summer),- Tennis groundnuts,
- sports hall and szermiercza,
- horse riding.
For our hotel swimming pool open and indoor are for free. We encourage you to frequent use of water recreation. If you want to improve your well-being through regeneration forces, we invite you to take advantage of a wellness center that offers:
- 2 finnish sauna,
- chamber Infrared,
- Scottish whips,
- massages classic antycellulitowe, relaxation, with hot stones area and massages eddy arms and legs.
All this in a friendly and warm inside SPA WOSIR with 2 meeting rooms for rest, the workshop and by professional masseurs, experts and instructors.
Old Kisielin (German name Polnisch Kessel, from 1937 Altkessel) - village in Poland located in Lubuskie Voivodeship, in Zielona Gora, in the municipality of Zielona Gora. Village founded probably earlier than the adjacent New Kisielin, however mentioned in documents only in 1471. The reason for this was the lack of their own church. Name Kisielin comes from the Old Polish word kysiel, which mean is the cabin. The adjective Poland indicates the original colonization by the population of Slavonic, as opposed to a "German" New Kisielina arising as a result of colonisation.