About Us

The Manor House in Moscibrody was built in the 40’s 19th century. It is located less than 100 km east from Warsaw, close to the junction of the international 2 and national 63 roads.
With great honor we accept on our thresholds those of you who appreciate the unusual atmosphere, traditional hospitality of Podlasie and traditional Polish cuisine.

Low-tech design creates the atmosphere of the 19th century and brings in the mood of mystery. We offer our guests a renovated historic, elegantly equipped Manor House with an outhouse in which there is a Restaurant, surrounded by the park and ponds full of fish. The Restaurant offers Old Polish cuisine: meat, homemade pates and cold meat. All meals are prepared on site, from fresh ingredients and following home recipes. We organize training courses, workshops, events, balls, parties, banquets, feasts, folk live music, weddings and various occasional meetings.

For those who want to stay with us longer, we have guestrooms. You can choose between rooms for 3 or 2 people, or for 1 person. The Manor House has 10 suites of the highest standard, 8 guestrooms located in the outhouse and, for those who appreciate simplicity and typical rural atmosphere, 10 ‘in the attic’ rooms.

To make Your stay better, we also offer our guests bicycles, water equipment and fishing rods for hire. We organize fishing, Nordic walking exercises, massages, handicraft workshops, sleigh rides, carriage rides and ‘birds at dawn’ nature watching in the accompany of a naturalist.

The Manor House in Moscibrody is located on the famous Folklore and Tastes of Masovia Route.

Organization of events

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Organization of events

About Us

The Manor House in Moscibrody was built in the 40’s 19th century. It is located less than 100 km east from Warsaw, close to the junction of the international 2 and national 63 roads.
With great honor we accept on our thresholds those of you who appreciate the unusual atmosphere, traditional hospitality of Podlasie and traditional Polish cuisine.

Low-tech design creates the atmosphere of the 19th century and brings in the mood of mystery. We offer our guests a renovated historic, elegantly equipped Manor House with an outhouse in which there is a Restaurant, surrounded by the park and ponds full of fish. The Restaurant offers Old Polish cuisine: meat, homemade pates and cold meat. All meals are prepared on site, from fresh ingredients and following home recipes. We organize training courses, workshops, events, balls, parties, banquets, feasts, folk live music, weddings and various occasional meetings.

For those who want to stay with us longer, we have guestrooms. You can choose between rooms for 3 or 2 people, or for 1 person. The Manor House has 10 suites of the highest standard, 8 guestrooms located in the outhouse and, for those who appreciate simplicity and typical rural atmosphere, 10 ‘in the attic’ rooms.

To make Your stay better, we also offer our guests bicycles, water equipment and fishing rods for hire. We organize fishing, Nordic walking exercises, massages, handicraft workshops, sleigh rides, carriage rides and ‘birds at dawn’ nature watching in the accompany of a naturalist.

The Manor House in Moscibrody is located on the famous Folklore and Tastes of Masovia Route.

The History of the Manor House

Shady, surrounded by fields small and medium landowners courts formed Polish landscape until the outbreak of World War II. The picture of Baroque and then Classicist aristocratic residence with a porch supported by columns, was made a symbol of the family nest by Polish romantic literature.

The Moscibrody name derives from the need of preparing fords to cross the swampy low valley of Muchawka and its right creek Zbuczynka. The area still gives such an impression, while travelling along the road towards Lukow, which was built on the causeway between Bialki and Moscibrody. This does not mean, however, that etymologists have nothing to say in this matter. Well, in some documents from 1511,Bartholomew of Marscibrody appears. So, recognizing the importance of the crossings, the name of the town could be formed because of rolling water on fords. Nowadays, the village is often called Maścibrody. Moscibrody village is located in the northern part of the historic Lukow land . The first mention of the village is in the inventory of Borkowski goods from 1529…

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