Enjoy the Silence and Peace in This Modernly Furnished Cottage

You will fall in love with this modern furnished cottage located in a beautiful area in Poland. Podlasie is a part of Poland where there are many opportunities to be in nature that is untouched by human activity. It is an area of national parks, woven with backwaters, painted with colorful churches, cut by the Bug River. In the middle of meadows and forests, on the edge of a small village, you will find your refuge, a place where you can enjoy the silence and enjoy the peace. The cottage is a modern furnished house, designed for 4 people, with a predominance of natural colors and attention to detail. This is in thanks to a large amount of glazing, the sun eagerly peers into the interior, creating a radiant play of light.

The Wygonowo is a space where you will feel fully relaxed. In the morning you will wake up to the smell of the forest, singing birds, and the company of mists floating over the nearby river. Enjoy your breakfast coffee on a spacious terrace that overlooks the picturesque surroundings, giving you the energy and encouraging you to discover the charms of your immediate surroundings. The area around the house is great for walks, and the nearby horse farm the property runs is a great opportunity to try your hand at a new area and that is horse riding. In the evening, you can relax by the fireplace, read one of the books in the cottage, relax in a free-standing bathtub, or sit on the terrace. During your vacation stay, you can enjoy the beauty of nature, while you let yourself be seduced by the idyllic atmosphere and simply get the most out of every moment. In the cottage you can slow down, focusing only on what is here and now.

The cottage can be found in the north-eastern part of Poland and it goes by the name of Podlasie in the Podlaskie Voivodeship. It is also known as the border region to Belarus, Podlasie is particularly famous for the village of Bialowieza, home to the last primeval forest in Europe. This most diverse Voivodeship of Poland is shaped by its vast forests, lakes, and plains with relatively few towns and a poor network of roads and railways. A vacation stay in Podlasie can be compared with traveling back to an original state where nature is abundant and people live in perfect harmony with its natural surroundings. The Podlaskie Voivodeship boasts up to 4 national parks, the most famous being the Bialowieza National Park.

Historical and Cultural Facts about Podlasie, Poland. The Podlasie region is part of the Podlaskie Voivodeship and its capital is Bialystok. Podlasie is an ethnic melting pot. The region was inhabited by Baltic, Lechitic, and Ruthenian tribes. Podlasie was part of the Lithuanian Grand-Duchy in the 14th century. In 1795, the Podlasie region was split among the Russian Empire, the Habsburg Monarchy, and the Kingdom of Prussia. Poldlasie only became part of Poland again in 1918.


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