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Gościniec Dworski Ropa

Wnętrze restauracji, pomalowane na biało z drewnianymi elementami. Drewniane stoły, a przy nich eleganckie krzesła. Nad częścią restauracji antresola.
Ropa 578 A, 38-312 Ropa Tourist region: Beskid Niski
tel. +48 183534158
tel. +48 503596334
Gościniec Dworski, referred to as the ”Beskid Niski Gate”, is located in the village of Ropa in the river valley, surrounded by hills. The ma-nor house, together with an annex, granaries and a stylish inn dates back to 1803. Tastefully decorated interiors with restored old furnitu-re are refined and maintained in a courtly atmosphere.

This unique place is filled with history, beauty, nature and Old Polish hospitality. Its advantage is excellent cuisine with a touch of the Car-pathian Mountain region and court culinary traditions. As befits the manor, the kitchen is also full of flavours of the far world. Guests can enjoy wonderful moments of relaxation in a beautiful garden loca-ted in a 2-hectare manor park, among herbs, flowers, birds and the scents of nature. They can also see antique exhibits such as an old smithy with all tools, a cellar, a coach house, a windmill and set out on a trip to discover the beauty of the Low Beskids.”Gościniec Dworski” holds a certificate of the Małopolska Gourmet Route and is the Winner of the Great Discoveries of Małopolska in the category ”Tasty and traditional”.
Staying in ”Gościniec Dworski” means relaxing in a unique and char-ming place. The heart of the manor is the excellent kitchen, where dishes are prepared with fresh products from the manor garden or surrounding ecological farms.The hostess will tell you how to store and process herbs, vegetables and fruits. Discover the culinary secrets of baking healthy, homema-de sourdough bread with the addition of herbs, seeds, dried fruits and nuts. The vast garden is full of old trees, herbs, cereals and various plants. There is also an aviary for breeding birds: peacocks, pheasants, ducks, various varieties of chickens and rabbits.