Category: Accommodation
Agrotourist farmhouse of Mariola Pałka

The farm is situated in beautiful surroundings, away from the city noise.

It has two bedrooms and eight-person ballroom for up to 160 seats.
Householder offers full board.
The garden features a playground, a place to grill.
Here is possible to organize special events.

street Zawada Pilicka 134
42-446 Zawada Pilicka
Kraków-Częstochowa Jura
in the country
General Information
: agritourism
: none
Contact data
: +48 506045730
: 2
: 16
: 2
: we speak English, we speak Russian, car park
: whole year


The Reserve “Kępina”,located in the commune of Irządze, in the area of the forest inspectorate of Koniecpol, is a fairly large reserve. It has nearly 90 hectares, around which a 70-hectare buffer zone was created. Within the protected area, there are several forest communities, including riparian and alder forests. The reserve, inter alia, aims at protecting the communities of the endemic plant - Cochlearia polonica, which occurring only in our country.
Irządze is a large communal village, located west of Szczekociny. According to tradition, the town is one of the oldest settlements in Poland and the owners were to be the queens and princesses - the first wives of the Piast dynasty. Of its long history, there have survived two magnificent monuments: the church of Saint Wenceslas and an eighteenth-century mansion, much rebuilt for the needs of the communal office in the twentieth century The mansion is a one storey building, covered with a mansard roof, and with a portico in the front elevation.
"In Irządze Górne, on an elevated hill, there is a very ancient church of Saint Wenceslas, visible from the distance the hill is conspicuous from a distance, which was built by the Swietopelks, the then landlords, in the thirteenth century”. So wrote the authors of the nineteenth-century Geographical Dictionary of the Polish Kingdom and other Slavic countries." It is true, though, that the shrine turned out not to be so old, but a Gothic presbytery has been preserved. However, the monuments inside the church are mostly Baroque and ClassiciSt
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