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Galiny estate, embedded in picturesque Mazury landscapes, is a unique place...

Excellent place in historic surrounding

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Built for the Baron Botho zu Eulenburg in 1589, the Palace today remains a rare example of Renaissance architecture, one of the best-preserved in the area of old Prussia. The interiors are inspired by the style in which the palace was originally decorated and have been restored with particular respect for its traditions and history. The Palace park and elegant courtyard, in which pink roses are in the central part, have the status of one of the best-restored monuments in Poland.


Located near the palace lies a complex of historic farm buildings with characteristic red brick, arranged around a courtyard with a picturesque pond in the middle. Strolling amongst them you can admire the granary with its clock tower, now housing a two-storey restaurant and an old forge in which feasts are held at the blacksmith fiery furnace and restored stables, where our horses live.

300 hectares

300 hectares of scenic space; meadows, fields and woods, ponds full of fish and very clean Masuria air is our natural base. Rolling hills and quiet, grassy valleys offer trails of dreams for horse riding, biking and hiking. Our horses grazing in their pastures add to the idyllic beauty of the landscape.