Two guesthouses are located in Karpacz, Wolf Clearing district, in the direct neighbourhood of Karkonosze National Park. The twin buildings house fifteen apartments with kitchen, dining space, living room and a separate bedroom each. The traditional reception has been replaced with fully automated online booking and check-in system. The architectural concept is a reinterpretation of historic wooden shelters of the Karkonosze Mountains, which is reflected in the massive stone plinth, exposed half-timbered construction, gables and roofs covered with wooden boards. Thanks to full height glazing, the apartments open up to beautiful views of the surrounding landscape.
What makes this project one-of-a-kind?
The project is not a typical example of contemporary hospitality architecture built in Karpacz, but it keeps the character of traditional mountain shelters, which makes it blend well with natural landscape of Karkonosze Mountains.