Hotel CASTLE RYN**** is situated on the isthmus between two crystal clear lakes Olów and Rynskie, amidst immaculate wildlife of Poland's purest region, unspoilt by civilisation. Situated upon a hill, among the trees that remember old legends and stories, it lets you travel back to the knights’ times, far from the turmoil of the city and everyday rush. A great advantage of the hotel is its location in one of most beautiful Poland's regions, in the very heart of the Land of Great Masurian Lakes a finalist of the global vote to elect the New 7 Wonders of Nature.

14th century gothic Teutonic castle is also one of the largest buildings of this type in the world. In its big times, the castle served as a fortified monastery and was both a seat of the monastery and of the local administration and, at the same time, a Teutonic Knights fortress.

After faithful renovation and reconstruction, the castle has become a special place. The ghost of its onetime host - Freidrich von Wallenrode (brother of the Great Master of the Teutonic Knights Konrad Von Wallenrode), famous for both his love of knights’ tradition and fascination with sophisticated cuisine, keeps a watch so that each meeting is a magic event.  

Ryn offers a unique atmosphere, with birds singing night and day, deep forests and lovely lakes as well as walking areas and other attractions. Many eerie legends and mysteries are connected with the castle; they can be only discovered by feeling and absorbing the atmosphere of this amazing place.


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