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We would like to invite you to relax in Sztutowie!
We offer you 9 beds in 3 and 2 rooms with bathrooms. Each room is equipped with TV and kettle and in the corridor is common refrigerator for 3 rooms. You can use the kitchen. One of the rooms have a balcony.
The distance to the sea is approximately 1500 m and the Vistula Królewieckiej 1000 m. Approximately 200m from the house there is a bus from which the bus over the sea. In the area there are 3 food stores (the nearest 50m), mail (400 m). About 50 m from home is a paying object sports, athletics track football and basketball. At a distance of approximately 1000 m is the Stutthof Museum.
On the hotel premises can be rested car is also made dishes that can grillować evenings. It is possible to drop-off bicycles in a closed room.
We cordially invite you!Price:
35 - 40 PLN per person in months holiday (VI - IX)
30 PLN per person in other months
No bank account: 80 1160 2202 0000 0000 5510 6810
Sztutowo (kaszb. Sztutowo, German Stutthof) - large village of a małomiasteczkowym in Poland located in pomorskie, in the Nowy Dwor Gdanski county, in the municipality of Sztutowo on area was organised lowlands along provincial road No. 501. The village is the seat of the commune Sztutowo comprising the city also Grochowo Second. Between Sztutowem and angles of Fishing reserve cormorant populations black.
After the partition of Poland was Sztutowo zaanektowane by Prussia. In the years 1773-1918 Sztutowo subject to the Prussian administration and in 1919 was found on the premises of the Free City of Gdansk. 1 September 1939 was incorporated into the Third Reich.
In the years 1939-1945 was in the municipality of the German concentration camp "Stutthof". This was the longest acting concentration camp outside border przedwojennymi Germany. It was founded during the September campaign, just after the occupation of Pomerania and the Free City of Gdansk. It currently operates museum Stutthof.
As a result of World War II the village was connected to Poland. The existing population have been displaced to Germany.
Detailed facility location at Sztutowo:
Street: accommodations ul. Szkolna