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Center owes its name position in the vicinity of the so-called Eagle Nests, i.e. medieval castles and fortress. The object is surrounded by forests with its unique flora and fauna, which provides excellent conditions for rest and relaxation. The location of the hotel allows guests easy access to the most attractive places in Jura.
Beautiful Neighborhood is ideal for active forms of tourism. A few steps hotel guests from majestic top Congregations- nature reserve inanimate nature, Top pharmacies and Top Kołoczek.
You can admire the most in Poland ostańce rock that proudly sounds are ferocious surrounding hills by creating a great Jurassic Landscape.
Our guests captivates the beautiful nature of the Jury and nice and friendly atmosphere that prevails in our hotel.
In the hotel there are:
- two tennis courts with lighting,
- twin track bowling hotel,
- playground for children,- Chata solna,
- jacuzzi 6-Personal
- sauna internal and external
-: Cigar room Japanese,
- a beach volleyball court,
- Bicycle Rental
- outdoor Chata Grillowa surrounded by a dignified green.
Recreation Center Orle socket is designed to provide you with a high standard of rest. The arrangement of the rooms allows you to relax after a comprehensive conference and a perfect place for work. Additional asset is a unique view that extends from the hotel room of the great nature Jury (Rock Wilcza and rock pharmacy, Top Congregations).
This is the only place in Jura, which provides such views without leaving the comfort of your room.
- Włodowice village in Poland situated in the Silesian voivodship, in the Kreis zawierciańskim, in the municipality of Włodowice.
In the years 1975-1998 town belonged administratively to the province of Czestochowa. During the Second World War Germany called place "Woldenstein".
The town is headquarters of Włodowice.