Single Deluxe Room of Jane Austen

"Pride and Prejudice"

The true beauty of love lies in opening up to another person.

Despite the fact that Jane Austen never got married, the storylines of her novels often evolve around social problems related to the institution of marriage, including financial issues. The title Pride and Prejudice refers to the writer's thesis stating that the first impression can often be misleading and sometimes unjust. By getting to know someone better, we can change our mind about this person.

“Vanity and pride are different things, though the words are often used synonymously. A person may be proud without being vain. Pride relates more to our opinion of ourselves, vanity to what we would have others think of us.”
próżność zaś z tym, co chcielibyśmy, żeby inni o nas myśleli.”

Single Deluxe Room of Jane Austen

Discover a secret of the palace attic and the one kept within.

With its tower view and tall skylights, this suite resembles one of the castle’s top chambers where beautiful princesses used to be locked up. A fairy tale atmosphere is emphasized by elegant plush bed framings and lamps in the shape of steel-rimmed ball dress frames. You will feel an atmosphere of mysterious palace attics where the court, folk and modern worlds meet.