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A charming rural residence
lost in the surrounding landscape.

Farm land

  • Farm land
  • Farm land

In the past days, Kamieniec Palace owed its fame to the extensive farm land and orchards, the produce from which fed the tables of guesthouses and spas in nearby spa towns. Currently, the former farmyard is the charming North Garden – an ideal place to relax. Check out what the historic outbuildings have to offer.

Garden

  • Garden
  • Garden

The small palace garden in Kamieniec has its origins in the late eighteenth century. It flourished in the nineteenth century, and has always been a private oasis for the palace’s residents; a place where winding paths revealed beautiful views, blooming roses and rhododendrons and a picturesque tea pavilion. All this made the Kamieniec garden a small Eden and an oasis of peace. One hundred years since its largest redesign, guests can again enjoy the palace garden’s beautiful shrubs and trees growing in exactly the same places where the count's gardener planted them.

The Kamieniec Palace garden is not only a vantage point from which you can admire the landscape of the Kłodzko Valley and the mountain ranges. It is also a refuge for palace visitors, who can enjoy open-air games or the taste of raspberries and blackberries harvested straight from the bushes.

Interiors

  • Interiors
  • Interiors
  • Interiors
  • Interiors

The palace chambers have been restored with great attention to detail. Arranged in the sober style of Swedish King Gustav III, they foster relaxation in a truly home-like atmosphere. The central rooms of the palace, the Cabinet Room, Dining Room and the Library, are arranged as a suite of connecting rooms.
Bathed in the glow of crystal chandeliers and candelabra, the Cabinet Room, in keeping with the tradition of Kamieniec Palace, is a place for meetings and sumptuous meals. The dining room is lit by the morning sun conducive to a good beginning of the day. The Library at the end of the suite of rooms is a small room where you can dine or lose yourself in a book from the palace library or study old maps of the former Kłodzko County.
Moving around the floors of the palace is possible thanks to a wide staircase with reconstructed oak stairs. From the lobby of the first floor filled with unique wall decorations we can go straight to three bedrooms, including the Master Bedroom. The lobby of the second floor of the palace provides access to seven equally cosy rooms the windows of which overlook various parts of the Kamieniec residence and the whole of the Kłodzko Valley.