A beautiful pre-War mansion which, during the years of Nazi occupation was officially intended only for Wehrmacht soldiers. The mansion at that time was being leased by Maria Drzewiecka and her daughter Stanisława, but the house was owned by Ewa from Michajdów - Gryczowa-Zubrzycka family.­

It secretly served as a

  • storehouse for illegal material that was being transferred across the border,
  • the contact point for Tatra Couriers *"waiting room" for soldiers and Polish people awaiting the transition towards Hungary. 

When the Germans were resting in the rooms, the heroes of Podhale were hiding in the attic or cellars of the mansion.

In 1940 in "Telimena" hid Stanisław Marusarz, one of the most eminent Tatra Couriers, who was fleeing to Hungary.

In the post-war years, the mansion name was changed to Holiday House.

Stanisław Marusarz from year 1939 Stanislaw from 1939 served as a messenger, and lead the soldiers of underground Poland through Slovakia to Hungary. He was a famous sportsman, world vice-champion from Lahti in 1938.
He knew the Tatra Mountains as well as his own pocket, and his face was well known in neighbouring Slovakia.

Exactly this fact was the reason for the capture of Marusarz in March 1940 near Szczyrbski Pleso.

Over the years, the Pension has been restored and renovated. Currently, we provide you with the following:

  • 25 standard, spacious rooms, including studios and apartments,
  • a restaurant room,
  • 3 conference rooms,
  • free and wireless Internet access,
  • free parking and garages (for an extra charge),
  • an indoor tennis hall,
  • a garden with a playground,
  • if you are staying for 2 nights (minimum) the cost of the stay includes an entrance to Aqua Park Zakopane (Swimming Pools Zone) - the type of entrance is determined individually depending on the number of people and the length of stay.

Additionally, at the "Biały Potok" Pension:

  • a swimming pool,
  • sauna,
  • a mini gym,
  • Jacuzzi,
  • a children's playroom,
  • arcade games: billiard and foosball.