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We invite you to our intimate, elegant guesthouse for beautiful Suwalszczyzna - the land of vast forests and the most beautiful and cleanest lakes in Poland. We are located on the very shore of Lake Wigry in the small tourist town of Bryzgiel. It is the area of the Wigry National Park and the area covered by the network of unique protected areas NATURA 2000. This guarantees you rest in an unpolluted environment, in the silence zone, in balance between human and nature. We offer rooms for 2, 3, 4 persons and apartments with a high standard of hotel, each with a bathroom with a shower, white linen and towels, a large TV, wireless internet, a refrigerator and mosquito nets in the windows. At your disposal we give a beautiful, well-kept garden with large, carpet-thick lawns, flowers, a large pier, private grass beach, beach chairs, free parking on a fenced property, sauna, day bar (delicious cakes and desserts, tea, coffee from a coffee machine, beer, wine, sodas, juices, etc.), children's playground (sandpit, slide, swings), bike rental, water equipment rental - boats, kayak, pedalo.There is a possibility of fishing from both the pier and the boat. Numerous hiking and biking trails encourage people to spend time actively. After the Wigry National Park you can take a ride on a narrow gauge railway, and the close proximity of Lithuania allows you to go on a one-day trip to m.in. Vilnius. A true refuge will find nature lovers, people looking for closeness to nature, peace and quiet, respite from everyday life, city noise and crowded beaches and streets. In addition to the beautiful landscape and the slower rhythm of life, you will meet the famous hospitality and kindness of the inhabitants of the Suwalki region.