Bed & Breakfast in Nakło, Poland.

Bed & Breakfast

Join us in The Palace at Nakło for an unforgettable hospitality experience.

When you stay with us, you’ll leave knowing you’ve helped save a bit of Polish history and contributed to the growth of our local economy. Your room fees go directly to The Nakło Foundation, which is dedicated to restoring and maintaining the Palace at Nakło as a historical treasure under the protection of the Polish National Heritage Institute.

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Your Accommodation: We have two two-room suites and two large rooms for our guests – all with en-suite bathrooms. In addition to your hearty breakfast, we offer both à la carte and family-style dinners to our overnight guests, offering an eclectic fare — from traditional Polish pierogi to American-style barbecue; and we also gladly and creatively cater to vegetarian and vegan diets, spiced with healthy, nutritious hemp additives and spices. It is always best to consult with us in advance about your preferences if you would like to dine with us.

Hospitality & Tourism: We promote tourism and the hospitality industry in our region, and operate as a Bed & Breakfast. When you stay with us, you’ll leave knowing you’ve helped save a bit of Polish history and contributed to the growth of our local economy. Your room fees go directly to The Nakło Foundation, which is dedicated to restoring and maintaining the Palace at Nakło as a historical treasure under the protection of the Polish National Heritage Institute. The Foundation also supports a wide range of local economic development and cultural activities.

Undiscovered Poland: Located in south-central Poland, the Palace sits in the village of Nakło, at the northernmost tip of the Eagle Nests, a chain of medieval castles that draws thousands of visitors each year to the nearby Jurassic Highlands. And we’re only a one-hour drive from Kraków, Poland’s mysterious City of Kings. Forty-five minutes to the west, you can visit the Jasna Góra monastery at Częstochowa, guardian of Poland’s patron saint, The Black Madonna. Cycling, cross-country skiing, rock climbing and golf are among the recreational offerings in our region.