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Mierzęcin Palace has 150 beds (with extra beds in some rooms) in 65 comfortably furnished rooms. Among them is a 5 LUX rooms, 10 single rooms, 48 double rooms and 2 triple rooms in three buildings: -Pałacu, -Oficynie, -Folwarku. All rooms have a functional bathroom with shower, hairdryer, satellite TV, radio, telephone. One room in the palace is accessible for the disabled. Check-in our facility begins at 15:00 and ends at 12:00 the next day. In our offer you will find: I. Kids: -double fun, and it features: board games, cards Peter, puzzles, books, coloring with crayons, discus, blocks, dominoes, plush toys, -place playground with attractions , -swimming pool, paddling pool *, -nauka riding *, -przejażdżki pony rides, carriage rides *-canoeing*,
-rental: rental, football to volleyball and football, rockets courts, rockets to play badminton*,
II. In the restaurant we have:
- a special menu for children,
-high chairs for the youngest children,
-plastic dishes and cutlery,
III. On your request, our rooms can be equipped with:
-przewijaki, cots, bed linen in a baby,
-baths, Potty, sump,
-traveling, towels, cushions, bottle warmers,
-security contacts, doors and windows,
-plastic dishes and cutlery;
IV. In addition:
- we have the phone number to a doctor and medical first aid,
-we thermometer, analgesics and przeciwgorączkowymi,
-we place to store the trucks,
-We have public toilet with przewijakiem for small children.
Dobiegniew fishing village has received city rights around the year 1298. In June 1433 year was during the war of Teutonic Knights (nieszawskiej) gained by army Polish-czech-western Poland. The city was repeatedly destroyed by fire. During the war (1940-45) was the largest camp prisoners of war Oflag II C AS THOSE IN. On-site POW Camp Museum was Woldenberczyków. In 1945 the town was destroyed in 85%.