5 Family Friendly Castle Hotels in Poland

June 8, 2022 by Travelmyth

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It is an indisputable fact that in recent years Poland is gaining more and more popularity and appreciation and has become a favorite destination especially for couples and families. After living for 5 months in this country, I can clearly understand the reason. It is not only the wonderful landscapes and the majestic beauty of Tatry and Morskie Oko, the colorful houses of Wrocław and Poznań, the harmonic combination of tradition and modernity in Warsaw and Kraków and the delicious and tasteful pierogi, bigos, grzane wino and pączki. The heart of Europe is indeed a lively country with an interesting and multidimensional character and many hidden gems. And even if when you arrived you felt at first out of water, on the way back you realized that behind the frozen snowflakes and the cold shell are nestled a sincere warmth and kindness that you do not often encounter.

Τhis country has a mysterious charm that makes you feel at home from the first moment and will make you come back again and again. As a fairy tale lover and a traveler that always seeks unique travel experiences, I started browsing on Travelmyth.com to find my next extraordinary accommodation. I surprisingly discovered that one of my favorite Slavic countries has some of the most delightful castles to stay in. Who wouldn’t love to feel like a kid for some days and dive into their childhood storybooks? All of them are also the ideal accommodation for your next family getaway as they offer exquisite family-friendly amenities and facilities.

Want to feel like a king or a queen for some days and immerse yourself into the atmosphere of a medieval legend?

Here are the most impressive castles in Poland where you can feel like a member of the royal family – and they’re all bookable on Travelmyth.com!

Zamek Reszel

This enchanting 14th-century castle is nestled within the Mazurian landscapes by the bank of the river Sajna and has a mysterious aura that can't be easily forgotten. The gothic interiors, the unique royal atmosphere and the decoration of the castle will make you feel like protagonists of a medieval fairy tale. During your stay you can try tasteful original Mazurian recipes, visit the contemporary art gallery, and try fascinating activities like trips with off-road cars and quad bikes or climbing on the castle walls. Undoubtedly, these holidays will please everyone from the youngest traveler to the oldest.


Hotel Zamek Gniew

This former castle hotel offers a great view of the Pomeranian landscape and is a representative example of the authentic Polish hospitality. Initially, this appealing castle belonged to the Teutonic Order and has seen many wars, historical events and changes of hands. The new modern hotel inside the castle blends history perfectly with grandeur and convenience. Visitors can stay at the deluxe rooms and suites which are equipped with all the necessary comforts and preserve a historical atmosphere that takes them back to the Middle Ages. Guests can also visit the majestic complex of swimming pools, saunas and jacuzzi, rejuvenate at the Queen Mary's SPA and taste delicious culinary creations of the first-class chef Mariusz Gachewicz. An entertaining spacious playroom, the "Castle Kids Club" and a fun bowling alley await the little guests as well as a lot of outdoor activities.


Podewils Castle

This picturesque 15th-century castle is located on Lake Zamkowy among the green forests and the lush nature and will fulfill all your expectations of the vacation you have always dreamed of. It is one of the largest and most architecturally impressive buildings in Poland, a harmonic mix of history and comfort, modernity and tradition. The castle boasts elegant rooms of different categories with stunning views over the lake, exquisite cuisine, and teatime at the summer terrace. Families can escape from the hustle and bustle of the city, spend precious moments together and create wonderful memories. Waking up at this hotel will make you wonder if you are dreaming and it’s all in your imagination or if you are actually living this fairy tale.


Zamek Dubiecko

You don’t believe in magic and pixie dust until you stay at Zamek Dubiecko. This glorious 16th-century castle is a regal destination which blends the past with the present within its old castle walls. It consists of serene aristocratic rooms of different categories, and it offers delicious culinary masterpieces based on the traditional Polish cuisine that will not leave anyone unmoved. The guests can relax and feel carefree at the Finnish sauna or find pure pleasure at the exclusive beauty salon. This castle hotel miraculously combines luxury and comfort, genuine care and top-notch service and provides visitors with the most memorable and unique stay.


Hotel Zamek Lubliniec

This awe-inspiring neoclassical castle with its stylish interiors and exteriors is situated in a privileged location and will offer you the most special stay. High aesthetics and luxury are reflected in all the details of the 45 elegantly appointed rooms of the hotel in which you can feel the spirit of the past at every step. At the restaurant of the hotel guests can pamper their palate through a culinary journey to Mediterranean cuisine, while at the atmospheric SPA ZAMEK LUBLINIEC they can try rejuvenating treatments and massages in a luxurious environment of tranquility. Don’t forget to enjoy the various exciting leisure activities such as horseback riding, mushroom picking, paintball, and Nordic walking.


Sometimes, you just need to make your own magic and create your own fairy tale! Head over to Travelmyth.com and find more than 600 castle hotels in the world! You can even combine this category with other significant categories and discover romantic former castle hotels, family friendly former castle hotels, dog friendly former castle hotels and many more!

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