The Mazurski Ogród apartment is located in a historic, brick building, whose main building material is field stone. This traditional technology was widely used to build habitats in East Prussia. Currently, fewer and fewer stone buildings are preserved in good condition. That is why we provide our guests with an apartment in this beautiful building. It is worth paying attention to the characteristic features of this building, which are the external walls of a meter thick. With great respect for history, during modernization, we wanted to preserve the characteristic elements of the architecture of the former Masurian village. The apartment is on two levels. On the ground floor level there is a living room with a fireplace, a kitchenette, a bathroom and a double bedroom. In the attic there is a second bedroom (6-8 beds), with an area of nearly 70 m2. The total space is approx. 115 m2. The attic is available to guests only when renting for larger groups (over 3 people). In the living room, attention is restored original narrow windows. The biggest surprise for guests will be the ground floor bedroom. It was created in a former pantry, so it is a low room. The original, semi-circular vault will probably delight many a person. The room is almost completely preserved in its original form - fragments of stones protrude from the walls, which are their main building material, the outer wall is double. The small window adds charm to the room and lets in the right amount of daylight. The bedroom has a double bed, bedside tables and a chest of drawers.