Zaharoda is an old house made of wooden logs, which in spite of major refurbishment inside, lost nothing of its original charm, being a classic example of Podlasie folk architecture from the eastern Polish borderlands. The house belonged to the Kiczkajło family and, just like the other houses in the village of Masiewo, was built after the war, when the expelled by Germans residents returned to the burnt in 1941 village and started rebuilding their homes.
Our guests have the whole house at their disposal, which offers comfortable accommodation throughout the year. The house can accommodate up to 8 people. The whole fenced backyard is also at full disposal. The old cellar, the barns, classic rural flower beds full of blooming flowers from early spring to late autumn, all this creates a unique atmosphere around the house, giving the opportunity to enjoy fresh air among typical rural buildings. There is a sandbox and swings available for the children.
The heart of the house is a spacious, fully equipped kitchen with a preserved original tiled stove and a characteristic couch on the stove. In the main room, there is a comfortable double bed, a TV set and a bookcase with books for various tastes to be read during rainy days and evenings. From facing to the south-west windows, overlooking the Masiewo Glade and the dark forest boundary, you can admire truly spectacular sunsets.
In the second room, there is a double bunk bed, ideal for children, and a double bed for adults. The original tiled stove not only heats the house in cold weather, but also gives the interior a truly rural character. Additional bedroom is located on the attic. It is a specious, sunny room with one double and one single bed.
In Zaharoda there is a modern bathroom with shower. These civilization amenities in the bathroom and kitchen help to maintain the comfort of being so close in touch with a real heritage house of wooden architecture of Podlasie.
Nothing tastes better than a morning coffee or meals consumed at a wooden garden table, facing forests surrounding at all sides this idyllic village...