Zakopane has had something of a renaissance since the fall of the Berlin Wall, and the results are to be seen everywhere. This pension has itself been able to get back into its stride. It's based in an elegant pre-war villa that's just enjoyed a thorough renovation. The building is surrounded by a pleasant garden and there's a rousing view over Mount Giewont. The slopes themselves are very close at hand, which means you won't have to go on an Arthurian quest to get into the action. Bedrooms come in singles, doubles, triples and family studios. All have shower, TV and telephone. There are also special rooms for disabled guests, and a lift has been installed for this purpose. If you really want to splash out there are two spacious suites on hand. A hearty buffet breakfast kicks off the day, and suppers are served later on.
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