The “Trzy Trąby” is located in the lower part of the castle. Even though this lovely room is the smallest of our chambers, it has an appealing and unique character. Adding to the charm, a distinctive round window lets afternoon sunshine fill the room with a warm glow. The chamber also has direct access to the cosy lounge in the mezzanine, where our guests are always welcomed to sit, relax, and enjoy the ambiance of the castle.
The “Leliwa” is also known as the “honeymoon chamber”. After their wedding reception at the Castle, many newlyweds have chosen to stay the night in this room.
The windows face East, South, and West making the room bright and proving you are in a real castle turret.
On cold evenings, the fireplace turns the chamber into a pleasant haven.
The third of our chambers is called “Syrokomla”. The sapphire walls, heavy maroon drapes, the stylish fireplace and the leather upholstered armchairs all create a truly romantic and calm atmosphere. From the landing you can easily access the truly charming arcaded gallery surrounding the inner courtyard. You can almost hear the clinking of the hoofs, maybe even spot a knight in shining armour.
The chamber at the top of the tower, the “Brochwicz” suite, guarantees an amazing view from the windows. This chamber has two levels: the lower room with a large double bed and the spacious loft with two single beds. The spiral staircase leading up to the bathroom and loft is a display of amazing joinery craftsmanship. The “Brochwicz” is the perfect solution for people travelling with children or for those who just love the feel of spacious interiors.