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Pensjonacik "Adler" and bungalows "Eagle 1" and "Eagle 2" located in the village of Łajs - 200 km from Warsaw and the same from Gdansk and 20 km from Olsztyn. Łajs is located at the crossroads of the historic border of Warmia and Mazury, between two lakes - Łajskim and hay. Within a radius of 4 km from the resort is located next 8 lakes. Take advantage of our special offer leisure activities amid the forests and lakes in peace and quiet, away from the worries and the sounds of traffic. Visitors to our guests we are offering 100 beds (60 beds in Pensjonaciku "ADLER", 25 seats in the House of recreation "EAGLE 1" and another 25 in the House of recreation "EAGLE 2"). We also have a wedding hall for approx. 150 people. We create the opportunity to use on favorable terms from the rest of individual, family and organized (weddings, meetings for companies, green schools, summer camps).Each year we organize stays Christmas Easter and New Year's Eve events with numerous attractions.
Family, friendly atmosphere will allow you to relax to your own preferences. We have a wide range of attractions on both the beautiful sunny days and the readability.
In the price of the stay included is its ability to use:
- swimming pool inside pensjonaciku,
- Table Tennis
- the Atlas Mountains and other sports equipment,
- mountain bikes,
- boats, canoe rental, boat
- pitches for football, volleyball, basketball
- Access to internet WiFi,
we accept our guests in English, German and Russian.
We cordially invite.
We wish you a pleasant stay and rest Teresa and Miroslaw And Ada and Kamil Anasińscy
Olsztyn - town is situated in the center of the warmińsko-mazurskie river earmarking exercise, within the limits of the Olsztyn, which is included in the makroregionu Mazurian Lake District and is podprowincją Wschodniobałtyckich lake regions. From the south side city borders with the Wilderness Napiwodzko-Ramuck.