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Gardens at ManorThe Manor on the Rega is located between Nowielice- known both in the country and abroad for the sport horse breeding and Białoboki, which, according to historical descriptions, were in the thirteenth Century nunnery of Premonstratensian.

Dworek and Riga Manor are close to Trzebiatów, one of the wealthiest monuments in Western Poland. In recognition of this tremendous historical value, in 1996, it was recognised as one of seven cities in Poland covered by the Ministry of Culture and Arts’ “Saving Historic Towns.”

Between the hotel and the town centre is a walking alley, which leads you to places rich in past events. Within the city, walls have survived in more than 50% of the historic buildings, giving more than 40 historic buildings (www.trzebiatow.pl). They include Old Town Square, with the unique preserved medieval layout of streets. The town hall was built at the place of a fifteenth-century Gothic building, the fifteenth-century Church of St. Mary with the viewing gallery, Sgraffito with the image of the elephant St. Spirit and St. Gertrude chapels, The Powder Tower called the Pudding Tower, the walls of the fourteenth-century bridge by the Rega, penitential cross from the sixteenth century, the Palace in Trzebiatów, etc, (www.kultura.trzebiatow.pl).

The richness of the past, locked in the monuments, is not the only attraction of the city. A repeated cyclic calendar of events such as “Trzebiatów’s days,” “Reggae on the Rega,” “Neighbours,” or “Open air painting” attracts tourists not only from Poland.

Szczecin Old Town

Old Town

The nearness of Niechorze, Rewal, Kolobrzeg, Świnoujście, Międzyzdroje, and Kamień Pomorski means that The Manor of Rega is a good starting point for many attractive places of the coast.

Mrzeżyno – the closest seaside resort through the wide sandy beaches and gentle coast secures a lot of fun for tourists. The charms of this old fishing port and the beauties of nature have been appreciated by the painter Lyonell Feininger in his landscapes. So many years have passed, but beautiful, sometimes untouched beaches, the estuary of the Rega, redolent pine forests and picturesque moorlands stayed unchanged. The beach in Mrzeżyno receives The International Seal of Quality – The Blue Flag.

The location provides opportunities for walking, jogging, hiking, and biking tours, giving possibilities to those who want to associate with history.

We were at Dworek nad Riga during the early warm autumn days of West Pomerania. Adjacent to the restaurant patio on warm days, you can experience the floating aroma of coffee and the smell of homemade cake. View from the terrace offers the beauty of nature, but most of all memorable are the sunsets and, for the quests who get up early – the sunrises. In a restaurant, guests like reading books, contemplating the beautiful landscape or tasting dishes from the menu. Our day started with breakfast on the terrace.

Neighbourhood of the Rega, famous for the sea trout, the salmon and the brown trout are a kitchen specialty.

Dworek and Riga provided a memorable visit and a lasting memory of rest before we continued our travels to more hectic cities. I wish it could have lasted.







Written by: Richard Coles