TOP 5 places for glamping in Poland – Outdoor Magazine

TOP 5 places for glamping in Poland

Tenting in another dimension, but just as slow and away from the sounds of the city. In OM, we have selected places where you will see for yourself what glamping is and where you will find out whether luxury in such a form actually harmonizes with nature.

Mononoke – Yurts on the San River

Mononoke is a place located in the Bieszczady Mountains. There are three year-round yurts for guests’ use, each with its own and spacious terrace overlooking the mountains. Inside you will find m.In kitchenette with full appliances, bathroom and cast iron fireplace with wood supply for cold days. Sightseeing hikes are organized for a surcharge, and for the youngest – there are nature-education activities.

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Fairytale Yurts

They are tucked among the trees of the Gwda River Valley Nature Park. With the nearby Trans Mountain Bike Route, numerous lakes and floodplains – it’s a paradise for cyclists, anglers and waterfowl enthusiasts. A wood-fired Finnish Sauna and fire pit are also available. Fairy Tale Yurts are year-round, so there should be enough time to check – whether it’s actually like a fairy tale. Arrival with pets possible.

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About the Malopolska place LushHills they say that you can take a break there “from everyone and everything”. Since we support this approach, it is impossible to miss this place as a destination for at least a weekend getaway. On-site facilities include a hand-built bamboo yurt overlooking the sunsets, a Japanese-style yurt with a black bathtub, and a Tiny House, which is a small house on wheels prepared in the Scandinavian spirit. Plus the possibility of renting bikes and relaxing in the hot tub, or a trip to the lake or a nearby vineyard.

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Alabayka is not a complex of yurts, but a single, secluded dwelling that practically blends into the surroundings. It is located in the Beaver Valley and attracts, among other things, a view of the Karkonosze range. For the active, there will be biking trails, rock climbing areas and other activities such as boating and kayaking. If you don’t feel like cooking, you can order local vegetarian specialties in advance with delivery right to your door.

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Kimura Glamping

Here you can feel the atmosphere of the East and forget that you are near Warsaw. Kimura Glamping is a place designed in a rustic style. A sauna amidst the trees, a yoga area, an outdoor cinema and hanging hand-woven hammocks. Each of the four tents has a double bed and a private bathroom. Maybe it’s all a bit “too much”, but as a rest outside the city in an undoubtedly nice environment – why not?

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