Take a look inside the Pasym Willa Slimakowo situated in Pasym, within 32 km of Olsztyn Stadium and 36 km of Olsztyn Bus Station, Pasym Willa Slimakowo offers accommodation with free WiFi, air conditioning, a shared lounge, and a garden. This beautiful holiday home features free private parking and room service. This log home features 2 bedrooms, a kitchen with a dishwasher and a fridge, a flat-screen TV, a seating area, and 2 bathrooms fitted with a shower. Towels and bed linen are available. The holiday cabin offers a children’s playground.
A private beach area and water sports facilities are offered at Pasym Willa Slimakowo, and guests can go cycling in the surroundings. Urania Sports Arena is 33 km from the accommodation, while St. James Concathedral is 33 km from the vacation property. The nearest airport is Olsztyn-Mazury Airport, 32 km from Pasym Willa Slimakowo. Pasym might not be as popular as other cities in Poland, but this smaller but beautiful upcoming tourist destination is worth a visit. You will be surprised by some of the unique things to do and places you can explore at this hidden destination. You might wish to revisit it someday again, to take a break and relax at Pasym.
There is something special about staying in a log cabin located in a natural setting. Not only are the views amazing, but you are also in the perfect place to pause, relax and get in touch with yourself and nature. The benefits of staying in a log cabin go beyond great views. It’s a great way to lessen your environmental impact. From log house construction to how logs store and use energy, a log cabin is ecologically friendly in more ways than one. The following are some of the benefits of log cabins.
Less Energy to Build. Building materials used in the construction of log cabins are environmentally and ecologically friendly. There is less energy required for building a log cabin than in standard homes. The energy production that is required to harvest wood is less than what’s necessary for the manufacturing of other building materials.
Reclaimed Building Material Practices. To improve green building practices, many log cabin builders and contractors look at ways to use recycled wood and quality building materials from dismantled older structures. When building materials are reclaimed, not only is it less wasteful, but the story of the log cabin becomes all the more interesting. A log home or weekend getaway with recycled building materials can have a unique story to tell.
Energy-Efficient on Power. Save on energy use and the power bill by staying in a log cabin. Heat doesn’t pass through the logs, and a log cabin acts like a thermal battery to store heat during the day and release energy in the evening, which helps to create an energy-efficient home. However, air leakage and drafts may result from a log home when its logs were not dried in a protective space before log house construction. The best logs to keep the heat inside are spruce, pine, cedar, fir, and larch.
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