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Bed & Breakfast in the Drawienski and Warta area, Poland

In the area of Drawienski and Warta National park you will find a very interesting Bed and Breakfast accommodation for birders. Jan and Maria, a dutch couple, started here in 2009 a B&B.
The location is an ideal point to start birding trips in this part of Poland.

It is also possible to book guided bird trips. Day trips and multiple day trips are possible. The trips are guided by experienced local birding guides. We have contacts with guides in Bialowieza Biebrza region as well. The same situation in Warta National Park and many places in western Poland. Butterflies, Dragonflies, Orchids and Mammals tours are also available.

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Drawienski Nationaal Park
Drawienski National Park was established in 1990 and protects an area of 11,019 ha, of which 82 percent are forests and 10 percent are water. It includes a part of the Drawa Primeval Forest, located in the central district of the Walecko-Mysliborskie Lakeland. In January 1996, a special protective zone of 35,590 ha surrounding the Park, was established. The Park area may be accessed from ca. 60 km of tourist trails and routes, which include the Drawa River route. The lower section of this river (about 30 km) is one of the best known canoeing runs in Poland.
The fauna of the Park consists of at least 40 mammal species, and includes beaver, marten, otter, and game animals such as the deer, wild boar and fox. The birds inhabiting the Park include osprey, kite, white-tailed eagle, lesser spotted eagle, goldeneye, merganser, eagle owl, other species of owl, black stork and dipper. The aquatic fauna includes numerous fish such as bream, perch, grayling, pikes, lavaret, European white fish, bulltrout, barbel, eel and vimba, as well as the recently restored salmon, which lives only in very clean water

Warta National Park
One of the best and most accessible places, as far as ornithology is concerned, is the Warta River Mouth "Ujscie Warty" National Park, located where the Warta River meets the Odra River, in the north-west of the Lubuskie region. Its landscape is made up of water-logged, periodically inundated meadows, willow bushes, channels, old river beds, lanes and causeways. The Warta reserve (formerly known as the Slonsk Nature Reserve) is one of the biggest bird sanctuaries in Europe. Hundreds of hectares of almost inaccessible, regularly flooded meadows make an ideal refuge for mainly mud and water birds. Some 245 species live here and during the spring and autumn migrations up to 200,000 birds can be seen at the confluence of the Warta and the Odra. To watch them, you can walk or bike around the park with the aid of a map or a local English-speaking guide. Some of the many bird rarities you should look out for in and around the Warta bird reserve include: Aquatic Warbler; Great Bittern; Black Stork; Black Tern; Bluethroat; Corncrake (Corn Crake); Great Reed Warbler; Hoopoe; Lesser Spotted Eagle; Little Bittern; Red-backed Shrike; Red-necked Grebe; and the White-tailed Eagle.

The following species can be found in Warta and Drawienskie National Park: Citrine Wagtail, Trush Nightingale, Aquatic Warbler, Great Reed Warbler, Black Stork, Black Kite, Red Kite, Montague's Harrier, Short-toed Eagle, Lesser-spotted Eagle,  Spotted Eagle, White-tailed Eagle,
Great Spotted Eagle in Poland
Short-eared Owl, Little Owl, Grey Partridge, Common Quail, Spotted Crake, Common Crane, Great Snipe, Whiskered Tern, White-winged Tern, Crested Lark, Tawny Pipit, White-backed Woodpecker, Wryneck, Hoopoe , Barred Warbler, Wood Warbler, Red-breasted Flycatcher, Collared Flycatcher, Spotted Flycatcher, Great Grey Shrike, Red-Backed Shrike, Hooded Crow, Common Raven, Eureasian Serin, Common Rosefinch, Yellowhammer, Corn Bunting

Citrine WagtailBarred Warbler
The Bed & Breakfast:
The Bed & Breakfast accommodation is a new building, located near Gorzow Wielkopolskie in the north west of Poland.  Enjoy the culture and the beautiful nature in this area. The house has 5 spacious bedrooms (some with private balconies), A luxury bathroom on every floor. Also present is a cozy living room with a spacious modern kitchen, where you can prepare your own meals. The garden features a swimming pool (4 x 7 ft) with terrace and some fixed barbecues. There is also a playground for the children present. Cars can park in our enclosed ground.


Bed & breakfast per room: € 40.00 (ex VAT)
Children under 12 years:
Bed & breakfast per room € 15.00 (ex VAT)
Brought ingredients can be prepared in the kitchen.

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Adres en Route:
Address and Directions: The guesthouse is located in the village Zdroisko at ± 15 km. of Gorzow Wielkopolskie direction to address Gdansk Ul. Mila 9.

Click here to see Zdroisko with Google Maps.

Click here for the route to Drwawienski National Park (1 hour and 19 minutes drive)

Click here for the route to Warta National Park (1 hour and 10 minutes drive)

Coming from Gorzow, at the intersection (immediately after the bridge) turn right. ± 250 m, after the third dirt road on the left. At the end of this road is on your left side the house Jan and Maria.

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