We are a campsite in Ściegny, Lower Silesian. It is beautiful place near Jelenia Góra, near the Czech Republic and German borders. There are spectacular views from here, along with a big and well-landscaped setting.
You will have contact with interesting people from all over Europe. You will learn about Polish culture and interesting places in Lower Silesia.
This host offers accommodation and payment.
Host has indicated that they will pay at least the minimum hourly wage of their country for each hour worked and that accommodation will also be provided. They are asking for help with a business or business activity. Contact the host directly via the site messenger for more information and details about the wage provided. Any arrangements should be agreed in advance with your host.
You will work at the campsite in a beautiful place. You will help us in simple works. We are looking for someone who can help out at the reception, in a bar or in the kitchen, sometimes in garden. We will need your help from a 15th of April for a minimum of 5 hours a day, often on weekends too.
We pay minimum wage (we deduct 30 PLN/ day for meals for).
The work is easy but you have to be friendly, customer orientated and willing to talk to people. Most of our guests speak English so it is not necessary you speak Polish.
You would have to be available for a minimum of month.
Camping houses or caravans. We offer a free bed and food. We have a shared kitchen you are welcome to use.
Family days, city days, skiing sessions, mountain hikes, museums galore... there's loads to do around this part of cultural Lower Silesia.
Among the many recommended options is some high-up sightseeing via the chair cableway to Mala Kopa, swinging around 535 metres up for a length of over two kilometres. You could also zip down the Kolorowa summer toboggan run, or hike 1,602 metres above sea level up to the peak of Śnieżka, the highest in the Karkonosze.
Nearby Karpacz, about five minutes' drive away, has an acclaimed toy museum with exhibits dating back 200 years, along with fire engines and Lego, dolls from around the world, and regular workshops and events. The Orline ski jumping hill is just outside town.
History buffs can have treks around Chojnik and Bolków castles, 20 and 45 minutes' drive away; the Palace of Wojanów within 20 minutes, and the Miłków Palace and its 200 year old park, five minutes' drive away at Spiż. For loads more old buildings, a lively vibe and the UNESCO site of Centennial Hall, regional capital Wroclaw is just under two hours' drive away.
Limited internet access
We have pets
We are smokers
Can host families
More than two
Minimum 5 hours a day, 5 days a week, often on weekends too