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    Escape the city!

    Oaza Leńcze is located 20 km from Kraków, close to Kalwaria Zebrzydowska and Lanckorona. Set at the top of a hill and surrounded by lush greenery, it is a true gem of the Małopolska region.

    We welcome individual guests as well as small groups. Make yourself comfortable in our 19th century Manor House as you take a break from the city.

    We are open all year-round and offer 30 beds in tastefully decorated double and triple rooms, operating on a self-catering basis. Our guests have at their disposal a kitchen and dining room in the Manor House, a large terrace and 12 hectares (30 acres) of our own beautiful grounds. Come alone or bring a group of friends and rent the whole Manor House for exclusive use. We have an abundance of spacious grounds at your disposal. Listen to the birds sing on the terrace, sip your morning coffee overlooking the grazing horses or wander through our fragrant meadows - whatever helps you to restore your balance and unwind in a relaxed atmosphere away from the city. Bookworms will appreciate our manor library, while board game lovers will be drawn to our games corner. We love spending time here ourselves and want to share our favourite place with you.

    Apart from the beautiful grounds and stylish interiors, we provide additional attractions.

    Wine tasting from a nearby winery, bonfires and private dinner parties prepared by local farm wives. Let us know your expectations in advance and we will do our best to make your stay as pleasant as possible.

    Key information:

    Feel free to book directly with us:

    Email: kontakt@oazalencze.com
    Tel: +48 691 159 982

    Or through one of the following booking systems: Booking, Slowhop, AlohaCamp.

    Local attractions

    Escape to Oaza Leńcze to experience laid-back relaxation and enjoy doing "sweet nothing" on a deck chair, picnic blanket or swing. However, if you are staying with us for a bit longer and want to explore some local attractions, we have a number of recommendations.

    For lovers of historical sites:

    • Lanckorona, also called Małopolska's City of Angels, is a small village famous for its historical wooden cottages lining the market square, its blissful atmosphere and cosy cafes. On the hill you can visit the ruins of the medieval Lanckorona castle. As you wander through the narrow streets, look out for local artists who are particularly fond of this area. In the summer, the village hosts quite a few cultural events, such as, St. John's Fair, various festivals, car and motorbike rallies, and an outdoor cinema
    • The Sanctuary of the Passion and St. Mary in Kalwaria Zebrzydowska is often referred to as the Polish Jerusalem. It is the only Calvary in the world listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site
    • Wadowice - the town where Karol Wojtyla, more commonly known as Pope John Paul II, came from. While here, be sure to taste the nationally famous papal cream cake (Polish “kremówka”)
    • The Renaissance castle in Sucha Beskidzka, known as Little Wawel (Wawel is the name of the royal castle in Kraków)
    • And, of course, anyone who hasn't come from Kraków should include it on their list of day trips

    For lovers of active recreation:

    • Easy cycling trails close to Oaza Leńcze
    • Canoeing on the Skawa River
    • Świnna Poręba Reservoir (Mucharskie Lake)
    • Babia Góra - the highest peak of Beskid Żywiecki along with Babiogórski National Park
    • Bicycle trail called "Velo Skawa" (80km from Sucha Beskidzka Castle to Skawina train station)
    • Chełm Mountain for fans of walking, cycling and alpine skiing
    • Energylandia is Poland's largest amusement park with rollercoasters and an outdoor water park. It will prove great fun for both the young and old