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In winter (during the heating season) we do not accept guests for 1 night :( The "Basia" guest rooms invite you to spend the night in the center of Szczyrk. Our house is located on a quiet side street in a beautiful area next to a forest on the southern slope of Klimczok Mountain. Szczyrk is a 5-minute walk from us (about 150-200 meters), we rent rooms in a private house, we are neither a guest house nor the more a hotel, prices are adapted to our category of accommodation, we do not have day rooms or play rooms, we only rent a room with a bathroom, access to kettles, a small fridge and a microwave oven We do not clean rooms during your stay We have rooms for 2, 3, 4 persons (in 4-bedded rooms possibility of an extra bed) with bathrooms Most rooms have balconies with You can admire the panorama of Szczyrk. Our specialty is home cooking.- Wooden church of Saint. Jakuba, which was built at the end of the 18th century, and then expanded in 1937-39; - Brick chapel from 1829; - Pre-war wooden villas; - Sanctuary on Górka - in 1894, the Mother of God appeared to Julianna Pezda, a Christmas shepherdess. During the construction of the church, from the slope, the source miraculously gushed (probably has healing power). We can admire the panorama of the Skrzyczne mound from the church; - Stone roadside figures from the first half of the 19th century; - Ski jump; - Skrzyczne peak (1257 m above sea level) with numerous routes and ski lifts and a chairlift. YOU'RE WELCOME !!! Szczyrk is a charming town in the Żylica valley, situated at the foot of Skrzyczne for many years attracts tourists from all over the country. Lively hikers, cyclists, skiers and snowboarders come to Szczyrk. The surrounding peaks guarantee beautiful views, and the food in the highland taverns tastes great.