Brenna as a mountain resort became popular in the interwar years of the twentieth century. The village was visited by tourists mainly from Silesia. In 1924, Bruno Konczakowski from Cieszyn built a hunting manor in the valley of the Głębiec brook. The manor made of alpine stone pine and larch was built in a Tyrolean style. The interior reflects the owner’s hunting interests. The Chapel of St. Hubert stands in the vicinity of the manor.
Only to watch from the outside