The Ekosamotnia park and villa resort was a creative place for the sculptors, Helena and Roman Hussarski as well as the meeting place for artists and writers in the post-war years. The artists such as: Stanisław Lem, Zofia Puget, Ewa and Kazimierz Fajkosz, Maria Ledkiewicz- Wodnicka, Józef Zathey, Andrzej Bursa, Ludwika Szemioth-Bursa, Jolanta and Stefan Dous, Witold Cęckiewicz, Wiktor Zin and many others used to visit it and work there. A family exhibition of the works of artists from the Husarski’s family has been established in the former building of the ceramic pottery workshop i.e. a current “Magnolia” guesthouse. It features the models –designs of many monumental sculptures of Roman Husarski, a head of Jesus Christ from the chapel of Jesuit monks in Przegorzały, tiles made for the Łazienki Palace in Warsaw being the author’s replica of Dutch tiles from Delft, numerous ceramic works including a collection of ceramic plates by Helena Husarska, and paintings of Anna Husarska. The building has been entirely reconstructed, fitted out with modern installations, while preserving its intimate, cosy "feel” of a creative venue.
Guests are welcome to use garages, a spacious dining room with a large chimney and enjoy the exhibition of the Husarski family art works, a family room and a leisure space with a library at the attic, a winter garden with a pond view.
There are numerous gazebos, one featuring a fireplace and barbecue, bonfire areas, many benches to perch on and contemplate nature, a small, grass tennis course in the surroundings of the guesthouse.
The interiors have been arranged in a modern, yet comfortable and stylish manner. There are six comfortable, double rooms with broad, king-size beds and beautiful bathrooms and one single room in the guesthouse. An extra bed for a child can be added in larger rooms. Some rooms have wooden terraces. All windows offer beautiful views to the nature of the garden or the forest. There are no visible neighbours of the guesthouse.
DOUBLE ROOM 1 SEPT- 22 DEC, 2 JAN- 31 MAY -
1 NIGHT RATE, BREAKFAST INCLUDED 450 ZŁ
DOUBLE ROOM 23 DEC-1 JAN, 1 JUNE- 31 AUGUST -
1 NIGHT RATE, BREAKFAST INCLUDED 500 ZŁ
SINGLE ROOM 1 SEPT- 22 DEC, 2 JAN- 31 MAY -
1 NIGHT RATE, BREAKFAST INCLUDED 250 ZŁ
SINGLE ROOM 23 DEC-1 JAN, 1 JUNE- 31 AUGUST -
1 NIGHT RATE, BREAKFAST INCLUDED 300 ZŁ
The garden surrounding the house is the only one in Krakow that has a “green certificate". Guests may enjoy fruit from the orchard such as: apples, pears, plums, apricots, peaches, strawberries, wild strawberries, blackberries as well as raspberry beds, vineyard and citrus fruit beds, an edible chestnut orchard, various herbs, as well as free-range eggs from the polish hens.
You can rent bicycles and nordic walking poles in the house. It is a perfect starting point for sightseeing in Krakow or for many interesting sightseeing trips including bike trips to the Wolski forest, the Zoo, the Pilsudski Mound, the Kościuszko Mound, the Camadulensian Monastery in Bielany, to the Benedictine Monastery in Tyniec and many others.
The Ekosamotnia farm is about 3 hectare orchard that neighbours directly with the Wolski Forest. There is a number of walking trails, a 100-year-old gazebo, ponds, little bridges, a permanent open-air exhibition of sculptures of Roman Husarski with a monumental “The Last Supper” mosaic, a extremely abundant natural habitats of birds and wildlife.