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We are located in the Kaszuby region, although in quite a specific place. Native residents of Kaszuby call this place “gochy”, which in their language means barren lands. And there is much truth in this statement. Although there are several access roads, the only way to reach our location is through a pine forest. It is six kilometres from an asphalt road.

This is how Farma Noe, located near Słupsk, came to be.

It is an agro tourism facility that will allow us to rest in comfortably furnished houses, and spend time in harmony with nature. Lake Luboszko is located nearby. It allows for bathing, water sports, and fishing. The neighbouring pine forest is full of delicious forest fruit: blueberries, berries, and raspberries. In autumn, the woods are bursting with mushrooms. Sandy paths in the neighbourhood are ideal for strollers and joggers.

There are two facilities at disposal of guests. First, a 200 square metre guest house. It can accommodate up to 12 people. Inside, you will find everything – from a completely furnished kitchen to a small kids’ corner. There is also a pool table and living room with a television set. On colder days, guests can enjoy a wood-fuelled fireplace, and in summer – a direct exit to the garden.

The second is a 70 square metre, two-story guest house. It can accommodate up to 4 people.

On the ground floor, there is a living room with a fireplace and a folding sofa, a furnished kitchen with a large dining table, and a bathroom with a shower cabin.

Where did the name, Farma Noe (Noah’s Farm), come from? – To be honest, we treat our little farm as our own Noah’s Ark. We are an island, where people and animals feel good. An island on the sea of commerce and a haven from the crazy rat race of today’s world. Of course, we offer internet access, but if anyone fancies digital detox – they will receive it in full.

Farma Noe functions all year round.

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