After dozens of trips I've taken around the world and several years of running a successful apartment rental startup, a dream has germinated in me. Homes on water. Last year, a prototype was created. This year, it is with great joy that I invite you to my Homes on Water 2.0! Water Hideout, or Water Hideout, is located in a densely wooded and naturally beautiful region. This brand-new house on the water, the work of a Polish architect, was conceived to fit into the natural environment and disturb it as little as possible. The happy residents of the house can sink into the soothing sounds of nature and experience relaxation at its best. The entire house is at your disposal. It is 54 sqm, consisting of: - two bedrooms - bathroom - kitchen with dining room and living room. The glazed walls of the living room allow you to draw to the maximum what is most precious here - views of beautiful nature. The entire living space is surrounded by a terrace, where hammocks and armchairs hang. Wooden pergolas are wrapped with tall reeds. The views here are breathtaking. When you allow yourself a moment of silence, you will see rare specimens of wild birds (kingfishers, gray herons, tawny owls, scales and cormorants) and aquatic animals, including ducks and beavers. Our house on the water is equipped with a screen and projector, as well as water equipment. Exploring the area by kayak or SUP is a great pleasure. We encourage you to take walks in the surrounding forests (you can see deer, roe deer, wild boar) and villages, where local life goes on with a peaceful rhythm. On the roof of the Water Hideaway you will find a spacious terrace. From here the view of the lake is really pleasant. There are couches, a large dining table and a grill. It's a great place for yoga, workout, board games and dancing. On land there is a garden area with a fire pit. We took care of the atmospheric lighting. There is nothing more enjoyable on warmer evenings than feasting by the fire, eating meals together outdoors and partying under the stars. ABOUT Wodna Kryjówka is located in the municipality of Zbąszyń, next to which the Polish-German border once ran. Today it is the border of the Wielkopolska and Lubuskie provinces. These regions are famous, among other things, for their dense forest, the land of 100 lakes and... wine traditions! Of the local wineries, I particularly recommend the Old Wine Mountain in Cigacice. One of the nearby towns worth seeing is Wolsztyn (20 minutes by car). There you can visit the Steam Locomotive Museum, the Open Air Museum of Folk Architecture and a charming walking path around the lake. In Lagow, on the other hand, there is a beautiful castle of the Knights of St. John. I encourage you to visit the Strong Lavender plantation, where, in addition to fabulous views, you can buy everything that can be made from this plant. The Pszczew manor offers, among other things, a spa area, a café, a wine bar, horseback riding and amphibious rides. Great restaurants include the Taberska Inn and Kolesin Manor.