On the edge of the Drawa National park, in the XIII century, the Tuczno castle was built on the ruins of a pagan Slavic settlement. One of the Europe’s best situated Medieval castles. The old moat stands over the canals that connect several lakes, from where you can go on an unforgettable trip around the Drawa Lakeland. In the surrounding forests are made of 400-year-old oak trees, while herds of bison roam the lowlands and eagles often fly around the castle’s terraces. The untouched nature, that surrounds the castle, makes it into a wonderful place for rest.
35 rooms are located in the main building of the castle, providing room for up to 100 spaces for your rest. There are following options::
The rooms have been kept in accordance to the essence of Medieval European castles, while the refined apartments allow you to appreciate style of the era.
All rooms are with bathrooms and a TV.
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