Łączna is situated in the beautiful area of Central Sudety and is right at the meeting point of the Stołowe (Table) and Kamienne (Rocky) mountains, within the Wałbrzych county. The localization of the farm offers great conditions for active recreation at any time of the year.
It is an ideal place for enthusiasts of walking, gathering mushrooms and berries, horseback riding, cycling, downhill and cross-country skiing, and also for those seeking rural pastures, healthy and delicious goat's milk and cheese, eggs from happy chickens, and other healthy organic products.
Sunny Ridge offers comfortably fitted apartments for families, groups, and individual guests on weekend visits, Summer and Winter vacations, Holidays, and integration events.
The agritourism farm's location was chosen to be in the village of Łączna, in the municipality of Mieroszów, because of the undulating countryside, panoramic views, stretches of forest with walking and biking trails, peace, quiet, and clean crisp air. Łączna is a part of a site belonging to an ecological network of protected areas in the territory of the European Union called Natura 2000.
Another advantage was that the property is on the outskirts of the village and has direct access to the local forests. Other reasons for choosing this location are the vast number of tourist attractions and interesting architectural monuments in the area, both in Poland and the Czech Republic.
Construction of the farm began in the second half of 2011. The owners' house and the three apartments designated to accommodate tourists were completed in the first quarter of 2013. Since the end of June 2013 the doors were open for the guests.
The apartments, each with separate entrances, are located on the second floor, with beautiful views of the surrounding countryside.
The goats and chickens have their living quarters in the newly established farm houses inside a lush pasture.
The hosts of the farm are Danuta and Wojciech (Voytek) Klos, who left the city life behind and built a home for themselves, their two loyal dogs, and their goats and chickens.
Danuta and Voytek are passionate about healthy living and healthy organic eating. This lifestyle is promoted by working at the farm, walking in the forest, skiing, having their own fruits and vegetables, eggs, and goat milk.
Danuta is also making goat cheese, with quite tasty and good quality results. Besides that, she practices yoga and welcomes yoga instructors to hold workshops on the farm, during the summer months.
Sunny Ridge farm offers its guests three comfortably fitted apartments, each with a separate entrance. The composition of each room consists of a living room with kitchenette, bedroom, and bathroom. In the bedroom are two or three beds 90x200cm, which can be joined or left separate depending on the guest's needs. The living room sofa can be unfolded to provide comfortable bedding 140x200cm for two additional guests. Apartments 1 and 2 accommodate a maximum of 5 persons, and apartment no. 3 accomodates 4 persons. The price for renting an apartment depends on the number of adult guests and children, and the length of stay.
Satellite TV and Wi-Fi internet are free for guests. Free parking is offered in the fenced area surrounding the apartment building. Smoking indoors is prohibited.
Apartment 1 (42 m²)
Apartment 2 (42 m²)
Apartment 3 (46 m²)
children under 3 years old
stays 8 nights and longer
In the Summer months, guests may rent the trailer home which is fully fitted with kitchen, living room, dining room, two bedrooms, bathroom with shower and sink, and a separate WC with sink. The trailer fits 6 guests: one bedroom has a double bed, in the other are two single beds, and in the living room is a fold-able sofa for two guests. Dimensions: 3,70m wide by 11m long.
children under 3 years old
stays 8 nights and longer
The hosts also invite guests to get to know the pets, especially the friendly goats. Guests may take part in feeding and milking the goats, or simply spend time with them. The goats are very friendly; each one has its own name and different personality. Additionally, one may purchase goat's milk and cheese made by the hostess, fresh eggs, or organic fruits and vegetables grown without the use of chemical fertilizers or sprays.
Thanks to the neighbors cooperation there is a possibility of horseback riding tours at the additional cost paid to the owners of the horses. Guests of Sunny Ridge Farm are welcome to indicate it at the time of accommodation reservation in order to make the appropriate arrangements.
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