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We are proud to announce that we have been the winners of the competition organized by the Polish Tourist Organization, the Ministry of Sport and Tourism and the Ministry of Agriculture - "In the Countryside Best" in the category "Leisure at the farmer". Our farm is at the foot of the Silver Mountain, on the southern slope of the Kaczawskie Mountains in Jeżów Sudecki. The gentle peak (491 m) offers a magnificent view of the whole Jelenia Góra Valley, the Karkonosze, the Rudawy Janowickie and the Izera Mountains. We owe tranquility and silence to the location away from the city noise, in the part of the village living lazily rural rhythm. For over a dozen years, continuing our family traditions, we run a farm. Since 2004, we have an organic farm certificate, awarded to us by the Agro Bio Test certification body. We breed cows, hens and excellent Hutsul horses for recreation. You can try our milk, fresh cheese, eggs and fruit and vegetables. Children have the opportunity to ride a horse. The buildings are surrounded by greenery of flowers, ornamental shrubs and trees. Benches in quiet places, an interestingly arranged place for a garden grill or a playground for the youngest guests make it perfect for us to relax.For those of you who prefer hiking, biking or motorized trips to lazing on a garden deckchair, all the attractions of our region (up to 35 km) are open, and there is plenty to choose from. For lovers of air sports, we suggest the Szybowcowa Mountain with a breathtaking panorama and the "U witownic" bar (2 km). In both winter and summer, it is worth visiting Łysa Góra, where there are ski lifts, bars, in summer scooters and horses (10 km). It is also worth taking a walk through the Bóbr Valley, admiring the charming corners, the Pearl of the West and the medieval Knight's Tower (6 km) and the 100-year-old dam on the Beaver in Pilchowice (10 km). Going a bit further, you can admire the well-known mountain towns such as Karpacz (20 km), lying at the foot of Śnieżka (1603 m above sea level) and Szklarska Poręba (25 km), which is also an excellent start in the Giant Mountains or the Jizera Mountains. Our region is also a paradise for lovers of old buildings. Medieval castles, palaces and manors relocate their magic in ancient times. Our accommodation offer is diverse. For guests who want to keep their intimacy and ensure their comfort, we recommend a two-level apartment (4-6-bed). In the lower part there is a seating area with a fireplace, a kitchenette with a dining room and a bathroom. In the attic there are two bedrooms. Another accommodation offer are guest rooms, which also have a separate entrance. There are 3 x 2-bed rooms with the possibility of an extra bed in one of them up to 4 beds. One room has a separate bathroom, and two have a shared large bathroom. The rooms have a kitchenette. Jeżów Sudecki is a village in Poland, in the Lower Silesian Voivodeship, in Jelenia Góra County, in the Jeżów Sudecki commune, on the border of the Kaczawskie Mountains and the Jeleniogórska Valley in the Western Sudetes. There is Mount Szybowcowa in Jeżów Sudeckie. Since 1924, there is an active airfield on Mount Szybowcowa, which is currently owned by the Jelenia Góra Aeroclub. In the interwar period, Hanna Reitsch won her first aerial experience at the Wolf Hirt glider school that existed at the same airport. A railway line Jelenia Góra-Zagań runs through Jeżów Sudecki, through Lwówek Śląski, closed to passenger traffic for almost 20 years. In 2008, regular passenger transport on a bus line was restored. In the years 1975-1998, the town was administratively part of the Jelenia Góra province. The village is the seat of the municipalities of Jeżów Sudecki commune.