We arrived here by train from Berlin via Gdansk. It was an excellent journey on speedy modern trains which were clean and comfortable. The journey gave us an excellent opportunity to see the countryside and a little bit of Gdansk near the railway station, which was near the shipyards!
We arrived in Inowroclaw in the late afternoon and walked up to this comfortable traditional style hotel, albeit with nicely modernised facilities in the town centre of Inowroclaw. We arrived just in time to get a beer in the town square before finding the others for dinner at Restauracja 32 (see below), liaising by text to track them down. Although our bed and room were spacious and comfortable, their lack of air-conditioning made our room noisy. We had to sleep with the windows open on two of the hottest nights of the year and heard many town and bird noises drifting in. However, there were delicious buffet breakfasts which included some traditional Polish style foods, liked smoked sausage, salad dishes and fruit, as well as a limited range of hot dishes. Breakfast was served in a light and airy first floor room. Hotel staff were friendly and helpful and had a little English. All the bedrooms seemed to be on the upper floors. On the ground floor was an excellent restaurant called Roma (see below) Aug 2018