Hermitage Samotnia is a 19th century gardener's cottage, in the postwar years it was the workplace of the creative artist of the sculptor and writer Roman Husarski.
It was also a meeting place for artistic and literary circles of those years.Befriended with the Family Husarskich Stanisław Lem here created some of his works.
Hermitage Samotnia has been renovated, completely preserving its unique historic character. The Hermitage has been stylish yet modern and comfortable - it has a lounge with a fireplace, a dining room and a kitchen with a terrace, a double bedroom and a luxurious bathroom.
There is peace and quiet in the Hermitage and its surroundings, there is no radio or television.It is an ideal holiday destination for one or two people, a place of creativity, contact with nature of silence and contemplate.