Ratings based on 6 Verified Reviews
They paid and stayed. We double-checked.
4.7 Room cleanliness
4.5 Service & staff
4.3 Room comfort
4.7 Hotel condition
They paid and stayed.
for Business Travelersby A verified traveler
Nice B&B, out of town 10 min.Posted May 28, 2014 on Hotels.com
My stay with Pensjonacik Ogrody was excelled. Upon Arriving there were signs at the corner of the country block, as well as lit signs at the driveway/street side. Upon arriving i was greeted, and quickly given my room, as well as special requests were immediately met. The staff/owners were extremely nice, and very attentive. While staying there I also ate several meals, all which were excellently made, and all fresh ingredients from the home grown garden. The location was just about 10 min from the local town, where there were seveal religious relics to visit as well as local economy for enjoyment.
for Everyoneby Mike from Minnesota U.S.A
Super NicePosted Apr 8, 2014
Pros: Most kind hosts and lovely atmosphere! The food was outstanding - many thanks!
Location: If you like to walk, the country road is very nice and relaxing to take a morning or evening walk. The yard of the B&B is so nice to relax in.
The Husband and Wife who run this B&B are the best! From the moment I arrived I felt at peace. They are kind and you can tell they really enjoy running their B&B. I would recommend this B&B to everyone, be sure to call ahead if you can, they will pick you up at the train or bus station. This B&B is in the country and the gardens in Spring are a glimpse of heaven to me!
for Everyoneby Janina from San Francisco, CA
A magical place with charming hosts.Posted Aug 7, 2013
This is an enchanting place,situated in Pierzchno,outside of Czestochowa,totally worth a trip,easiest by car, but bus transportation is also easily available. The hosts, Alicia and Jatinder, are truly wonderful. They are warm and helpful but also give you lots of privacy and space.. Ogrodek Swiata is beautiful, inside and out. The rooms are tastefully furnished with Polish folk style furniture, everything is clean and comfortable. If you stay, make sure you sign up for breakfast and dinner. The food is splendid and includes both traditional Polish fare and the freshest of salads, with the vegetables picked from the hosts' garden. You can visit with the chickens that lay fresh eggs for your breakfast and also pick fresh blueberries in back of the house. You can walk and admire beautiful shrubs and trees grown on the property, swing on a swingset made from birch wood, take long walks amidst the beautiful landscape of Polish countryside, admire 100 year old barns and houses, smell the fresh air and feel restored,before your return to wherever you come from. We came to stay one night, stayed two, and wish we could stay longer.
for Everyoneby Bryce from California
Countryside pension, simple and decent price.Posted May 22, 2013
Pros: Peace and quiet, very clean rooms.
Cons: No proper sign (look for nursery sign on the street). The garden is too big for owner to fully maintain. Stairway hard to manage with luggage.
Location: Out in the middle of nowhere and hard to find. But once there, peace and quiet. Friendly, English speaking owners.
This pension is outside of a tiny village outside of Czestochowa. The place is recently built but some spaces are a little strange. For example, you will have to drag your luggage over a stretch of gravel path (hard if you have luggage with wheels) and the stairway to the rooms (all upstairs) is hard to manage with luggage (it curves around). The room I had (family size) was big, but simply furnished (think IKEA or simiilar). Other rooms I saw were smaller but adequate. Breakfast was adequate. The WiFi worked perfectly. To stay here, you will need your own transportation. The owners were friendly but seemed at times overworked (they also have the plant nursery and rental apartments in the town).
for Couplesby Antonio from Keller, TX
Beautiful small place to visit our Lady, the Black Madonna of CzestochowaPosted Jun 16, 2010
The pension is very well maintained. It is hard to find it to get there the first time so I recommend printing a map so you do not have any difficulties finding it. Once you find it (very simple once you have the map beforehand) then it is located in a perfect place close (~8 minutes by car) from Jasna Gora in Czestochowa. The breakfast was very good an the ambiance very friendly. I would stay there the next time I visit the Our lady, the Black Madonna of Czestochowa. The only potential concern was that i would have liked a different kind of pillow (yet I did not request another one). You are indeed treated as a guest nos at a simple hotel client. In sum, I recommend staying here.
Recommendedby A verified traveler from Leamington Spa, Warwickshire, UK
Perfect restPosted Apr 19, 2010
A delightful, warm welcome. I was in Czestochowa for a conference, and this was the ideal evening retreat, a peaceful idyll on the edge of the forest, set in its own large garden. The bedroom was spacious and comfortable, the wonderful lounge warm, comfortable, and relaxed. The owner was friendly, but discreet, helpful, and accommodating. If I was in Czestochowa again, I would stay here if I could. Delicious Polish breakfast, with cheeses, breads, and rich, delicate artisan meats. The homemade jam was a delight. Great lemon tea, and coffee. I stayed for only two nights. Coming home in the evening, always a friendly, kindly welcome. Wish it had been longer.