Stare Jabłonki is a village situated on the national road nr 16 from Ostróda to Olsztyn. Getting by car to the Hotel ( from Warsaw takes 3 hrs (220 km), from Gdańsk 2 hrs (140 km). Ostróda is 8 km away, and Olsztyn is 30 km away.

Stare Jabłonki is situated in the Province of Warmia and Mazury, the so-called Green Lungs of Poland and the land of 1000 lakes! The Province of Warmia and Mazury offers numerous all-year-round and seasonal tourist attractions. These attractions are connected with nature, architecture and culture. It is possible to enjoy a very close contact with nature here.

Among the most important attractions of the region, it is recommended to visit:

  • Ostróda Elbląg Canal
  • Gothic Castles Route
  • Fortifications
  • Grunwald Battlefields
  • Numerous museums

It is worth mentioning that one of the Gothic castle is situated in Olsztyn. The Castle was built in the years 1346-1353. The castle belonged to the Warmia district, which together with the bishop of Warmia was under the military protection of the Teutonic Order up to 1454. For this reason it played a significant role in the Polish-Teutonic wars. In 1410 after the Battle of Grunwald it was taken over by the Poles, and in 1414 they won it again after a few days of the siege. During the Thirteen Years' War (1454-1466) the castle passed from hands to hands. The Teutonic Knights were a threat for the castle and the city untill 1521, but the defense was so successful that they confined after one unsuccessful assault. In the years 1516-1521, with a short break, the administrator of Olsztyn district was Nicolaus Copernicus. He coordinated the defense of Olsztyn against the invasion of the Teutonics. In the sixteenth century, the castle hosted two bishops of Warmia, and also great writers: John Dantyszek - "the first poet of Sarmatian", awarded the imperial laurel for "Latin Songs" (1538, 1541), and Marcin Kromer, who created many scientific and literary works in both Latin and Polish (1580). At that time Kromer consecrated the chapel of St. Anna, that had already been built in the south-west wing of the castle endowed with intricately decorated ceiling.