This historic 19th-century Polish manor house is located in the midst of a 4-hectara park in Sieraków in the northern part of the Dobczyce Municipality. The Sieraków Manor combines tradition and elegance with beautiful interiors designed with great attention to detail. The property has recently been enlarged and renovated; however, this renovation did not destroy the intimate atmosphere of a historic manor house. The Sieraków Manor can host lavish parties and balls, conferences and business meetings, intimate dinners, various exhibitions and cultural events. It offers a high 4-star standard, combined with the atmosphere of a traditional country house. Guests can take advantage of its 30 rooms decorated in English style.
The Manor House Restaurant can boast of a recommendation by Slow Food Polska and being featured in the Gauilt & Millau culinary guide.
Gault & Millau – also known as the Yellow Guide – is an internationally renowned and highly influential restaurant guide created in 1965 by two French food critics, Henri Gault and Christian Millau. Ratings in Gault & Millau are given in caps – one cap is the lowest grade, while five caps indicates the highest possible rating.
The manor house also has a cellar with the largest collection of wines in Małopolska. Every restaurant guest can choose a wine for their meal from among 404 labels. What is more, the manor is well connected to all points of interest in the area. Within 15 minutes, one can get to the Wieliczka Salt Mine, the ski station in Myślenice is just 20 minutes away, and the heart of Kraków is about 30 minutes away from the manor. The surroundings are full of excellent bike paths, as well as walking trails for Nordic walking enthusiasts.