We have kayaks, Stand Up Paddle boards and bicycles available for rental, which are perfect for those who prefer an active holiday.
We also organize feasts by the bonfire and/ or barbecue.
There is a playground for the children which is situated within the hotel grounds.
Our guests can also use the mini gym, sauna and billiards.
As for the local attractions in Krutyn and its surroundings we recommend the following:
The Nature Reserve ‘Zakret’ – has many cycling and hiking trails; view the “Couple in Love” and other natural monuments; visit the forest lakes with acidic water and the wooded islands and see the insect-eating plants (Drosera) and the ‘Zubrowka’ grass
Take a boat trip in a ‘Pychowka’ (a wooden boat similar to a Venetian boat) along the most beautiful part of the river Krutynia
Visit Krutynskie Lake and Mokre Lake (“Wet Lake”)
Mushroom picking (take a local expert or ask us to check if they are safe before eating them!)
The Nature Museum in Krutyn
Horse carriage rides
Kadzidlowo – Wildlife Park (7 km away). There you can see roe deers, red deers, fallow deers, wolves, wild boars, beavers and even moose. As for the birds: capercaillie, cranes and black storks. This park is a great place for children.
Kosewo – Deer farm (17 km away)
Luknajno – The Ornithological Reserve (26 km away)
Popielno – Beaver and Polish Primitive Horse breeding (27 km away)
Krutyn and its surroundings – canoe, kayak or paddle board along the river Krutynia
Galkowo – Horse stable (2km away)
Mikolajki (21 km) or Ruciane Nida (14 km away) – go on a motor boat cruise or sailing trip on the stunning Masurian Lakes
Wierzba – a cable ferry crossing to Mikolajki
Aquapark “Tropicana” – Mikolajki (23 km away)
Mrągowo – (25 km away) hosts an annual festival of Country and Folk Music, comedy shows and many concerts
Giżycko – (59 km away) Wakepark
Krutyn – a historic barn housing the Nature Museum of the Masurian National Park; Evangelical cemetery – contains preserved cast iron crosses from the 19th century. Most of the preserved graves come from the interwar period and the time after World War II.
Wojnowo – Female Monastery of Old Believers and Orthodox Church (10 km away)
Forester’s lodge ‘Pranie’– once home to K. I. Galczynski (a famous poet) and now a museum devoted to him (16km away)
Forester’s lodge ‘Piereslawek’– the place of birth and youth of the German writer Ernst Wiechert (16km away)
Wierzba – a ferry crossing to Mikolajki (26km away)
Wilczy Szaniec – previously Hitler’s headquarters in Gierloz near Ketrzyn (58km away)
Swieta Lipka – a Baroque church from the beginning of the 17th century. The organ is detailed with figurines of angels and saints that move during concerts (46 km away)
The Boyen Fortress, Rotary Bridge – Gizycko (59 km away)
Elblag Canal – ferry crossing (124km away