Chata Woloska

The settlement of the Bieszczady areas began in the 15th century on the so-called Woloskie Law. Wolosi is a Carpathian people living in the territory of present-day Romania. Their construction was very characteristic and many of its elements were grafted into the Bieszczady architecture.

Our Chata Woloska has its own story. Moved to Lutowiska, it will serve another, long years.

The cottage has two bedrooms with three sleeping places in each. A fold-out 2-seater sofa in the living room and a single bed in the upstairs corner can also serve as a sleeping place. We accept a maximum of 6 people in the chalet, we also consider children as persons.

The cottage has a large living room with fireplace and dining area, fully equipped kitchen, one large bathroom with separate toilet and a very large terrace with a view of Tarnica.