This place is as modern as it gets in Polish standards. (I've been going for the last 40 years on average about every other year)
The floors are Italian marble, modern light fittings abound and the up to date seating in the entrance foyer is what gives it a modern boutique style feeling as well as the tiled ceiling in the breakfast room.
Gardens to front and rear are small in hotel standards but very nicely presented and modern (sculpted herbaceous plants and bay trees)with a few nice simple but elegant plant displays dotted around. The only giveaway for the old rural Poland is perhaps some of the breakfast fayre and a few thatched umbrellas in the gardens - very nice though .
Nothing is too much trouble for the front desk - for instance, as usual in Poland there are rarely tea and coffee facilties in the rooms and this was no different but the front desk said we can have tea, hot water for drinks etc,, whenever we wanted, we just needed to ask. We needed more hangers in the room so they brought us some.
Breakfast - 7-9,30am. No-one rushes you to leave at 9.30am as they do in some hotels. Lots of nicely displayed cold meats, cheeses, croissants, cereals, home-made traditional Polish salads . Hot food also provided - pancakes, speciality scrambled egg, frankfurters in pancakes, fried/poached eggs (the Poles love their eggs !!).
NB. No menu of hot items, the staff just ask you what you'd like out of several choices on offer (I'd actually prefer a menu).