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Ladies and Gentlemen,

Willa WRZOS & Belvedere was built as a hunting lodge at the end of the 19th century, like most of the architecturally unique buildings in the then German town of Bad Kudowa. The building was erected on the main artery of Kudowa, the road leading from Park Zdrojowy to Szczeliniec and Błędne Skały.  

This location made the building a perfect oasis for rest for the aristocracy traveling in horse-drawn carriages and for hikers.

The facility was also a springboard for sanatorium doctors who had fun and rest in unique interiors and a unique ballroom with a mezzanine.

The object was originally named Glatzer Rose, ie Róża Kłodzka - a beautiful yellow rose, which has been known as a symbol of the Kłodzko Region for centuries. After the war, the building was looted and neglected, and passed into subsequent hands, including, in accordance with the then policy and nomenclature to the FWP, as "Dawn". The system transformation and the entire 90's were a continuation of the devastation and looting of the building, which could not find a new owner.


It was only in 2000 that the current owners began the arduous and intricate process of comprehensive renovation of the historic interiors of the villa. Today, the building is slowly returning to its original splendor, combining the atmosphere and atmosphere of a 19th-century residence with the standards of contemporary hotel trends.

We hope that we will be able to meet your expectations.

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