Pan Tadeusz villa

This is the smallest and, at the same time, the most stylish building in the complex Dolina Białego. The history of the villa dates back to the period before World War II. Classic interiors renovated in 2010, high ceilings, oak wood floorings, paintings in stylish frames emphasizing the extraordinary character of the place as well as beautiful, wide stairs make the entire building stand out due to its unique atmosphere. The Pan Tadeusz villa is appreciated mainly by the connoisseurs of true beauty.

History of the Pan Tadeusz villa
The building comes from ca. 1930. It is placed in the Communal Records of Monuments in the Town Zakopane. It has a unique and unusual tragic history. The fate of World War II, which changed the future of Poland forever, was decided in this building. The 3rd Gestapo - NKVD Conference in Zakopane was held here on February 20, 1940. The conference lasted 6 weeks and resulted in the sad and tragic decision to eliminate the Polish intelligentsia and elites in the forests near Katyn. The final decisions were signed on March 5, 1940. During the Nazi occupation in the years 1939-1940, Nazi dignitaries, e.g. Hans Frank or Heinrich Himmler, stayed in the villa. In 1967, the President of France Charles André Joseph Marie De Gaulle rested in the Pan Tadeusz villa during his two-day visit to Poland.

The Biały Potok guest house, located in the direct vicinity of the villa, offers guests at the complex Dolina Białego the possibility to use a beautiful large garden with a modern playground for children, an indoor swimming pool, whirlpool bathtubs and hot tub spas and a gym with fitness equipment.
In addition, all our guests receive a 10% discount for cosmetic treatments and massages offered by the SPA&Wellness center located in this guest house.
We have prepared numerous additional discounts for our guests, e.g. for our regular customers and for holders of the Tatra Card.