Chałupki Pod Giewontem
„Chałupki pod Giewontem” - six wooden highlander style houses in which tradition meets modernity. The houses are located in Murzasichle - 7 km from the centre of Zakopane.
It is here that many tourist routes begin – at the foothills of the Tatra Mountains, near the borders of the forests of the Tatrzański National Park. It is the place in which the extraordinary view, the enchanting fusion of the local tradition and the modern and vintage elements, as well as the comfortable hotel equipment are the guarantee of excellent recreation.
“Chałupki pod Giewontem” (which means: highlander style houses at the foothills of the Giewont Mountain) are six wooden log houses. One is for 10 persons, two for 12 persons and three for 14 persons. All of them are made of fir wood except one, which is made of bricks on the outside and wood on the inside. It is called “Domek u Kantego” (“Kanty’s House”). Each of the houses is an independent building, dedicated only to guests who rent them. Three of the houses are two-storey buildings and the other three are three-storey ones. Each of the houses has a balcony which offers a beautiful panoramic view of the Tatra Mountains. Besides, in each house there is a roofed veranda, from which it is possible to admire the snow-capped mountain peaks in winter. The closeness of the nature makes the guests feel wonderful there.
The buildings of the “Chałupki pod Giewontem” complex have been inspired by the highlander style architecture and they have its elements, details and atmosphere. In the houses there is a warm and specific atmosphere, characteristic for the houses made of wood. It is a wonderful place for rest and relaxation. The “Chałupki pod Giewontem” complex is a perfect place from which to start excursions to Zakopane and to other nearby towns, such as Małe Ciche, Bukowina Tatrzańska and Białka Tatrzańska. Within the grounds of each of the houses there is also a place for a bonfire and on each veranda in the house there is a barbecue, available for the guests from spring to autumn.
Photo gallery of the houses