We do not impose attractions on our guests, but we are happy to provide advice on planned routes and discovering the interesting cultural heritage and wild nature offered by this area.
We have hiking trails.
There are horse riding stables.
Traces of ancient history can be found in the form of historic churches and roadside shrines, as well as open-air museums.
You can take a trip across the border to the beautiful historic town of Bardejov in Slovakia, which used to be on the merchant route.
Visit Baca Józef at his shepherd’s hut in Czarny, try sheep cheese, and meet a huge flock of sheep grazing in the wildest areas of the Low Beskids.
The surrounding hills are covered with lush forests where you can enjoy the tranquility of the woods, collect mushrooms and berries.
The meadows are rich in herbs and flowers, perfect for creating herbal collections and stocking up on herbal teas for winter.
You can sway in a hammock hanging from a hundred-year-old pear tree or simply relax on a lounger with a good book.
Swystowy Sad is like a second Bullerbyn (from Astrid Lindgren’s book series „The Children of Noisy Village”) for children. It offers a sense of freedom and joy of unrestricted play in a natural environment, as well as contact with animals (we have goats, chickens, and dogs).
There is a playground with a sandbox, swings, a slide, and a stream.
Free rental of travel cots for toddlers, baby bathtubs, baby carriers with frames, and children’s tables in the dining room are available.
There is a designated area for bonfires in the orchard, and we do not charge for firewood.
In Ropki, there is no mobile phone coverage, but Swystowy Sad has fiber-optic internet and a landline telephone.