The farm is located in the village of Radzimowice at the foot of the mountain called Żeleźniak. This old miners’ village borders on forests in the north and west, about ten kilometers from borough town Bolków. The buildings come from the 19th century and are regularly renovated. The farmer has come from the big city some thirty years ago to start a business here. These days he grows mainly spelt, a kind of grain, on his 47 hectares of land, which is processed on site into all kinds of products and sold on the farm. Next to the farmhouse there is a vegetable and herbs garden, designed by the instructions of a twelfth century mystic called Hildegard von Bingen, who propagated the growing of healthy food.
The rooms we offer are: 1 double en suite, 1 triple en suite, 2 double rooms in the attic and 1 triple room on the first floor (with a common bathroom). Our meals are made of organic products offered by small producers and local farms. The specialities of our farm are products made of spelt (various types of flour, spelt flakes, biscuits and cakes) and home-made blackcurrant wine. Our guests are invited to help with traditional farm works, such as scything grass and chopping wood. We also conduct workshops on baking bread and various uses of spelt.
Bolków Castle, the Church of Peace in Jawor (listed as UNESCO World Heritage Site) and the ruins of castle in Świny are just a few places in the area you can visit. There are many biking routes in the many different mountain ranges around Radzimowice. Just around the farm the area is full of charming spots, groves and rock formations like The Priest’s Rock or the remains of old mines like the Arnold and Luiz mineshafts.
Guided excursions in the surroundings
Tours of the farm
Participation in daily farm-activities possible
Workshops and courses
Facilities and activities in the surroundings (< 15 km)
Guided nature tours
Open-air swimming pool
Special target groups
not allowed to smoke in the rooms
Pets are not allowed
A full-time farm
Organic or biodynamic farmPastural agriculture, Viticulture and/or olive cultivation, Arable farming, Forestry