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Welcome to the website of Hillside Guest House
You are most welcome to visit our lovely guest house in the village of
Udryn. Picturesquely located in the buffer zone of Suwalki Landscape
Park, surrounded by lakes and forests, it is a perfect escape from the
hustle and bustle of everyday life.
We offer you a ball room for over 100 people which can accommodate
weddings, exhibitions conferences and other events.
Hillside Guest House is located just about 6 km from the Sports and
Recreation Center in Szelment with its ski runs and a platter lift..
Rooms and facilities
We offer our guests comfortable rooms with bathrooms and TV sets. There
is a kitchen available for our guests to use in case of self-catering
– however, our guests can have their meals provided for them
(by prior arrangement).
Accommodation for a night – from 50 PLN per person
Our guest house is a perfect place to stay for winter sport lovers due
to its proximity to the largest centre of this kind in North East
Poland – the Sports and Recreation Center in Szelment. The
Centre offers its visitors seven ski runs, as well as five
270-400-meter-long ski lifts and a 90-meter-long one for children. All
the ski runs are lit and complete with artificial snow.
In a close vicinity to the guest house there is also a wealth of
Cisowa Mountain in Gulbieniszki – the highest scenic point of
the Suwalki region (268 meters above sea level)
- Lake Hańcza – the deepest lake in Poland;
- Leszczynowa Mountain – a scenic point overlooking Lake
- Castle and the Church Mountains – the remains of Yotvinian
the ruins of the Prince Mirski’s manor house and an old manor
- Erratic boulder sites:
- natural monuments – old trees and huge boulders;
- Wodziłki – a village and a church of the Old Believers;
- Smolniki – a picturesque village where scenes to
“Pan Tadeusz” and “The Valley of
Issa” were shot;
- The bridges in Stańczyki – two railway viaducts built in
1923, called “The Aqueducts of the North”;
- The border junction – where the borders of Poland,
Lithuania and the Kalinigrad Oblast meet;
- Puńsk – inhabited by the Lihuanian minority, with its
regional cuisine and an open-air museu;
- Yotvingian - Prussian settlement in Oszkinie;
- The “Owl” fairytale garden in Kaletnik;
- Suwalki – architectural monuments, Suwalki Blues Festival
- Sejny – architectural monuments, annual Jewish music
- Wigry – the monastery of the Cameldolite (place visited by
John Paul II during one of his pilgimages);
- Wigry Lake
- Dowspuda – the remains of the Palace of Pac.