In the heart of Lower Silesia, Kliczków Castle Conference and Leisure Centre is a stylish Neo-Renaissance Residence. The splendid interiors have been carefully renovated to encourage guests to immerse themselves into the atmosphere of the past. The castle is located in close proximity to great monuments, and its surrounding wilderness offers guests the perfect location for cycling, long walks and carriage rides. In winter months, the castle organizes sleigh rides. In addition to its 89 guest rooms, guests can enjoy the tennis courts, swimming pool and sauna. The Spa & Wellness Centre in Kliczkow Castle offers a wide variety of treatments for both body and mind. On-site is a restaurant, bar, orangery and conference halls.
Also in Lower Silesia, Czocha Castle was once a frontier stronghold and later, a magnate family’s residence. These days, it welcomes visitors from all over the world. The castle has a unique history, including a fire that once destroyed it, and after restoration the castle was then looted during the Second World War. All has since been restored to its glory, and guests are more than impressed with the castle’s elegance and ambiance. Historic interiors along with a restaurant serving traditional Polish cuisine entice visitors to explore and savor Poland’s traditions and history in an amazing setting.
A little farther out of the way, Hotel Krasicki is a refined, old-world hotel with a spa, an observatory and a restaurant with vaulted redbrick interiors. Housed in a historic castle in the Lidzbark Warminski center, this 4-star hotel features an astronomical observatory and expanded library. Its stylish rooms, guest can enjoy free internet. Visitors give the on-site restaurant high marks for both taste and ambience. This residence-turned-hotel reflects the vibrance of the Warmia-Mazury region.
Polish National Tourist Office
5 Marine View Plaza, Suite 303B
Hoboken, NJ 07030
Phone at 201-420-9910