Goralska Dolina is set in Banska Wyzna, 14 miles from Bukowina Tatrzanska, offering a shared lounge and free WiFi. The cabin accommodation has a sauna. All units on the property comprise a seating area with a sofa, a dining area, and a fully equipped kitchenette with various cooking facilities, including a dishwasher, a microwave, a fridge, and an oven. There is a balcony with garden views offered in every unit. The holiday home offers a hot tub.
A garden, barbecue, and a children's playground are offered at Goralska Dolina. Zakopane is 23 miles from the accommodation, while Białka Tatrzanska is 10 miles from the property. The nearest airport is John Paul II International Krakow, Balice Airport, 63 miles from Goralska Dolina. The holiday cabin is 1,150 square feet in size with 4 bedrooms, one with two double beds, another with a single and double bed, a third with 2 doubles beds, and a sofa bed.
There are several advantages to staying in and owning a log home over more conventional home construction. Longtime homeowners say that log homes offer rich rewards over the stick and brick homes of their neighbors. The benefits start with the building materials.
Trees are Renewable Resources. Trees are a renewable resource, log homes are made from solid logs, so you have the benefit of taking the carbon contained in those logs out of the environmental circulation over the entire life of the log home. Moreover, some log home builders harvest standing dead timber (done in by pesky insects) or purchase logs that come from forests certified as sustainable. Some log house builders are constructing log homes to green building standards as well.
Less Energy to Build. Building materials that are used in the construction of log homes are environmentally and ecologically friendly. Less energy is required to build a log cabin than standard builds. The energy production that is required to harvest wood is less than what is necessary for the manufacturing of other building materials. Greenhouse gas emissions are reduced with the construction of a log home, as nearly 10 percent of global CO2 emissions are a result of the production of concrete.
Long-Lasting. There are plenty of stories of log homes weathering some of the worst weather such as the 2005 Hurricanes Katrina and Rita. The home’s solid log walls withstood the weight of winds, toppled trees, and prevented damage in several situations.
The warmth of Wood. Logs are warm to the touch as they have something called thermal mass, a natural property in the logs that helps keep inside temperatures of homes comfortable in all seasons. Log homes are known to stay warmer in the winter, and cooler in the summer. This allows log walls to collect and store energy, then radiate it back into the home.
Super Energy Efficient. When a log home is sealed properly (between the foundation and the first course of logs, between log-to-log connections, and where the roof system meets the log wall), you can have a super energy-efficient home.
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