Our pension is located on the so-called "Tsar's Road" in the hamlet of Budy-Dobarz. It
is an old lodge, built at the end of 1900, which originally was located
several kilometers away. It has now been rebuilt and remodeled
for the tourist accommodation.
We offer 6 double rooms and two singles, for a capacity of 15 or 16 people. Each room has a private bath with European standard hotel amenities.
Upon request, we offer breakfast and a hot dinner. We offer traditional Polish cuisine, and most of our products are organically grown or from our own home-raised pork. We
are pleased to arrange kayaking or rent bicycles. And we love to
sit with the guests around the campfire, grilling dinner and listing to
the songs of the snipes and corncrackes. For 2010, we plan a
small campsite near the house.
Forester House (Le┼Ťnicz├│wka Biebrza┼äska)
Due to our central location in the park, our pension is an ideal
starting point to see the courtship of the birds, or the flowers which
bloom in the spring.
In summer, we offer a retreat where you can enjoy
nature in peace, far from the noice of the city. In the autumn, our
park is a paradise for fishermen and mushroom hunters. In winter, you
can meditate far from the cares of civilization, interrupted only by
the howl of the wolf.
On one side of the house is a meadow where, with any luck, you can observe the moose, the hoopoe and the white-tailed eagle.
proprietor speaks both German and English, and is happy to give you
valuable tips. Time permitting, he can also take you on guided tours
of the area and share his knowledge of the area and its people.
is a marked bike path along the Tsar's Road, and hiking trails with
directions to and information about the birds' mating grounds, and the
other flora and fauna of the area. On the eastern boundary of the
park there is a north-south road to the swamp forest and a peat bog to
the west, but be careful: The road is not very good, and is quite
narrow. You have to travel it slowly, but you can manage it by foot or
by bicycle. This area is also of interest to people wanting to explore Poland's turbulent history.
in Tykocin, there is an old Jewish synagogue and a magnificent baroque
Catholic church. Near Osowiec, there are bunkers from both world wars.