A view of Poland Forest Holidays from the air
If you are looking to escape to a Poland forest for your holiday look no further than our little Gem in the woods.
From a luxurious wooden home sleeping 8, to a new wooden home sleeping 6 and our cozy cottage in the woods.
This is a truly remarkable retreat with birds singing all day no other noise can be heard except from what nature provides for free.
If you are in need of a Short break in a gorgeous Polish forest with nothing but birds to listen too look no further than our little gem, located near chojnice northern poland and only 90 minutes from Gdansk airport.
Situated in a forest you a guaranteed to be able to unwind and relax with friendly host to look after you if needed.
If you are in need of a Romantic escape to Poland with stunning scenery and peace and quiet have a look at our couple of houses we have.
The stunning Luxury wooden home with underfloor heating and sunken baths all the mod cons if thats what you are after.
The Cozy Cottage for a more basic accommodation with modern shower room and cozy open fire, even in the winter months keeping this little cottage toasty and warm.
The new small wooden house with one bedroom upstairs and open plan living area downstairs with modern massage shower room.
This is an excellent escape from the hustle and bustle of the real world if you need that bit of time out to get to know each other again then this is for you.
If you are looking for some back to basics relaxing head to odry stone circles just 20 min drive from polandforestholidays.
Here you will find Europe’s largest collection of stone circles built 2000 yrs ago by the Goths.
Set in the middle of the forest with no traffic nearby as you get from sites in the UK you will find perfect place for meditating or just back to basics.
You can freely wander around the stone circles and gothic burial mounds.
Located only a couple of miles from our Forest retreat is the Bory Tucholskie National Park.
Bory Tucholskie National Park was established on July the 1st, 1993. It is located in north-western part of Poland, Pomorskie Province. The area is 4 613,04ha. It covers north-western part of Bory Tucholskie, a big Forest Complex. It is located on the area of Chojnicki County in two municipalities: Chojnice and Brusy.
Little changed natural environment is a special feature of Bory Tucholskie National Park. The terrain was was formed by the last Baltic’s glaciation. Sandurs diversified with multiple high grounds, tunnel valleys and kettles are prevailing here.
Forests and lakes deserve special attention. Forests eco systems cover over 83% of the Park’s area. These are mostly fresh coniferous forests and dry with multiple species of lichen, as well as swamp habitats. The dominating species of the Park’s stand is a Pine (Pinus silvestris), but it’s the oak called “Bartuś”, that is the oldest tree in the Park.
Water eco-systems cover 11,5% of the Park’s area. There are 21 lakes in the Park. The most precious water bodies are oligotrophic lakes. Lobelia lakes deserve to be mentioned among oligotrophic lakes; there are eight such lakes in the Park. The special watercourse is the Seven Lakes Stream (Struga Siedmiu Jezior). This small river drains from the biggest Lake of the Park – Lake Ostrowite and disemboguing to Lake Charzykowskie.