Our hut has 38 beds (43 in the low season) in the tourist standard, which means that the rooms are shared, with no bathroom or washbasin, and you sleep in bunk beds (in the rooms with 2 and 4 beds the beds are single). There are shared bathrooms in the hallways on the ground floor and the first floor. Hot and cold water are available 24 hours (unless a failure happens, of course).
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The rooms are arranged as follows
Room No. 1 (ground floor) – 10 beds
Room No. 2 (ground floor) – 2 beds
Room No. 3 (1st floor) – 10 beds
Room No. 4 (1st floor) – 6 beds
Room No. 5 (1st floor) – 6 beds
Room No. 7 (attic) – 5 beds
Room No. 8 (attic) – 4 beds
Accommodation prices per 1 person per 1 night (without bedding) to 31.03.2020:
room with 2 beds – PLN 70* / PLN 75**
room with 4-5 beds – PLN 60* / PLN 65**
room with 6 beds – PLN 55* / PLN 60**
room with 10 beds – PLN 40* / PLN 50**
Accommodation prices per 1 person per 1 night (without bedding) from 01.04.2020:
room with 2 beds – PLN 75* / PLN 90**
room with 4-5 beds – PLN 65* / PLN 70**
room with 6 beds – PLN 55* / PLN 60**
room with 10 beds – PLN 45* / PLN 50**
*weekdays: stays from Sunday evening till Friday morning
**stays from Friday evening till Sunday morning and for long weekends
Sleeping on the floor
Please note that, under PTTK Mountain Shelter Regulations, sleeping on the floor (on your own mattress, on a free space on the floor) will be allowed ONLY when all beds in the shelter are occupied and it is not possible for the tourist to safely reach another shelter, a railway station or a town. So if you plan to stay with us overnight, you need to make a booking in advance. Overnight stay on your own mattress costs PLN 30.
Bedding and resort tax
1 set of bedding: PLN 10 for the entire stay
resort tax – PLN 1.80 / person / night (over 1 night)
We offer 20% discounts to:
* PTTK members (you will need to show the ID with a valid stamp)
* Alpenverein members
* Voluntary Blood Donors (the discount will be awarded upon presentation of a Voluntary Blood Donor’s ID, provided that the last donation was made no earlier than one year before)
Important: Discounts don’t accumulate.
You can rent the 4-bedded room for 2 people at PLN 200 + bedding, if required (please note: this option is not available for long weekends).
The reception desk is open until 10 pm, and you are requested to reach the shelter by that time in order to check in. In exceptional circumstances we can check-in tourists after 10 pm, but you have to let us know by phone in advance. Check-in starts 3:00 pm and check-out 11:00 am. This means that if you check in the hut before 3 pm your room may not be ready yet, but you can always leave your luggage with us and go on a hike. In the morning, you are kindly requested to check-out by 11 am.
Free wi-fi internet access throughout the hut is provided to our guests staying overnight.
Mobile network coverage: it’s a good idea to go to your phone settings, choose manual network selection and pick your provider’s network to prevent your phone from finding Czech networks.
Please note that there is no access road to our hut. You should leave your car parked at the foot of Szczeliniec, preferably in one of the paid car parks near the bed and breakfasts in Karłów. We strongly advise against leaving your car overnight in the forest car park on the yellow trail coming from Pasterka, due to frequent break-ins and thefts.
You can stay at our hut with a pet that is not a troublemaker and won’t frighten other guests, provided that you rent a separate room and bring your own bedding for your pet. Pets stay for free. However, if we need to have blankets and mattress covers cleaned from pet hairs after your stay, you will have to pay for the laundry. Please let us know in advance you’d like to bring a pet.
We don’t have a kitchen for use by tourists or a place where guests could cook their own meals. The hut has a kitchen that prepares meals which you can buy at the buffet. We sell standard breakfasts and lunches between 8 am and 8 pm. In the residential part of the hut there is a kitchenette equipped with a fridge, electric kettle, cups and dishes, and you can also eat meals made with your own products in the dining room (open 24 hours), as long as they can be prepared without a stove. The bar, open 8.30 am to 10 pm, sells cold beverages, coffee, tea, beer (also Czech), mulled wine, sweets and souvenirs, and you can also ask for the shelter’s stamp to impress it on something as a souvenir.
If you have questions, please contact