Holidays under the pear tree, plum tree and apple tree, while you can get to know the taste of Masovian fruit, learn how to process them using traditional methods and take part in the “4 season in the orchard” workshop. You can go back in time to the 3rd century BC, make a Czerski mug from clay, the same as the one found near the Castle of Dukes of Mazovia in Czersk. In the museum room run by the Jabłoński family, you can discover the secrets of the nearby castle, which is only 300 meters from the farm.
It is a place for people who are looking for a break from everyday stress. The real treasures are the knowledge and open hearts of the owners, and a special attraction is the beautiful, picturesque orchard full of apples, pears, cherries and plum trees that can be reached after a short, relaxing walk.
It was in Jabłonka that we learned to prepare the best plum jam and apricot jamsThe Kosakowski family from Warsaw
Participation in a life biology lesson in the series “4 seasons in the orchard” allowed me to understand where the flavors contained in apples, plums and pears come from.Andrzej from Pruszków
We had a nice time cycling among the orchards, the weather was quite good and after the ride we ate wonderful soups and a miracle – dumplings! Thank you very much!Halina and Andrzej from Zakociewice
Apparently there is no museum in Czersk, but that is not entirely true. The hosts of Jabłonka gathered an interesting private museum collection that they display on their property. Thanks to the archival photographs, you can see what Czersk Castle looked like throughout history. The hosts have erudite knowledge of the Masovian culture in the Lusatian variety.
There are 3 educational programs in Jabłonka: “Seasons in the orchard”, “Folk crafts”, and “Interactive lectures on the history of Poland”.
The farm is recommended by the Polish Federation of Rural Tourism “Gospodarstwa Gościnne” and belongs to the National Network of Educational Farms.
In 2005, at the International Tourism Fair, Ms Barbara Jabłońska received the third prize in the National Culinary Competition Gourmets of Mazovia for the most delicious regional dish – turkey balls.
The Jabłonka agritourism and orchard farm consists of a large house with guest rooms and several orchards in Czersk. The facility belongs to the Polish Rural Tourism Federation, which assessed its standards for two suns.
The “Jabłonka: agritourism and orchard farm is located next to the road leading to the church and the ruins of the Castle of Dukes of Mazovia in Czersk.
- workshops on preparing healthy food and the possibility of ordering home specials (fluffy cheesecake, gingerbread with apples, homemade dumplings, fruit preserves, roasted meats)
- exhibits on the history of the region and Czersk
- vivid history lessons re-enacting disappearing professions (e.g. weavers, potters)
possibility to order gluten – free and sugar – free meals, unprocessed natural cuisine.
It is possible to organize a show of knights, fights, archery and folk handicraft lessons. Overnight and the opportunity to see the historical exhibition are possible on the go. Participation in the workshops only by prior arrangement.
From April to November it is possible to participate in workshops, agritourism is available all year round.
Boarding options: breakfast and dinners, Gluten-free and sugar free meals based on unprocessed products are possible upon agreement.
On the Jabłonka Farm there are places for about 20 people. Overnight in double, triple and quadruple rooms with bathrooms.
Accommodation form 40-5- PLN / person depending on the length of stay
Breakfast 15 PLN, dinner 25 PLND, workshop prices depending on program and treatment of the group from 15 to 40 PLN / person
SPECIALTY IN MENU: turkey balls, apricot jam, gingerbread with apples, fluffy cheesecake.