Zbrosza Duża 39a, 05-604 Jasieniec +48 696 942 177 info@mirabelkowezacisze.pl

About us - Agroturystyka Mirabelkowe zacisze

About us


Mirabelkowe Zacisze [The Mirabelle Retreat] is located in the village of Zbrosza Duża, which used to be a noble village, formerly known as Zbrosza Wielka, in the Mazovian Lowland, not far from such towns as Grójec, Warka or Białobrzegi. 

Our farm is located among fruit orchards, where our wonderful Mirabelle flowers grow and mature. The Mirabelle plum seems slightly forgotten, but its sweet and sour taste adds flavor to pastries, juices, fruit drinks, or meat. 

At Mirabelkowe Zacisze, you will rest in thatched cottages and guest rooms year-round. Our cabins are heated and air-conditioned, with a shared open space. Each is uniquely decorated and has a kitchenette, a bathroom with a shower, a small living room with a sofa bed, and a mezzanine with two large beds. 

The cottages are in a recreational garden near the pond, and the rooms are located in another part of our facility, near the fruit orchard. The rooms have a bathroom with a shower, a kitchenette, and single beds. We also organize team-building meetings, professional workshops, and special company events. 

In our wonderful garden, you can enjoy an outdoor Jacuzzi, a swimming pool for children, a dry sauna, or try apitherapy. Our pets, peacocks, pheasants, ducks, chanterelles, and rabbits, will keep you company. More active people can go cycling or hiking. Fishing enthusiasts will enjoy our stocked pond. 

Since we have animals and birds in Mirabelkowe Zacisze, a no-pet policy is in place.

The check-in time starts at 15:00 and ends at 11:00.

Dear Guests,

I want to share a piece of the town’s history with you. 


The Peasant Self-Defense Committee of the Grójec District was established on 9 September 1978 in Zbrosza Duża by 22 people from 13 villages belonging to the local parish (including Jerzy Górski, Mirosław Macierzyński, Zdzisław Ostatek, Jerzy Skrzeczyński, Krystyna Tomala and Henryk Wojdak). Until 1974 farmers from the parish in Zbrosza Duża, under Father Czesław Sadłowski, successfully fought for the church’s construction, which integrated the local community. In May 1977, 349 farmers and Father Czesław Sadłowski appealed to the State Council to release the participants of the June 1976 protests and members and collaborators of the Workers’ Defence Committee. At that time, the Peasant Self-Defense Committee of the Grójec District was the most active peasant structure. The resolution of 10 September 1978 demanded a change in the pension act and announced the refusal to pay pension contributions according to the rules in force at the time; support for people repressed by the authorities was declared. One hundred eighty-eight people signed the resolution. With the help of Father Sadłowski, the Committee took effective action to improve the living conditions of the local community: creating a new store and constructing a road, fighting against irregularities at the points of purchase of agricultural products and agricultural circles. In May 1979, the Committee organized a protest by throwing apples on the roads. On 12 November 1978, the Committee appealed to peasant activists nationally and abroad to support the “peasant self-defense movement.” From March 1979, the People’s University lectures were organized in Zbrosza duża, and there was also a library for farmers. On 18 August 1980, as a gesture of solidarity with the strikers on the coast, farmers from Zbrosza duża took a local protest action and stopped the deliveries of milk and agricultural products to collection points; they also collected and transferred money to Gdańsk to aid the strikers. From September 1978 to January 1979, the Committee published four issues of Niezależny Ruch Chłopski magazine; from October 1978 to January 1980, it issued eighteen Biuletyn Informacyjny (eds. Hanna Górska and Marian Piotrowski). Father Sadłowski edited and printed magazines and communiqués of the Committee; he also provided a room in the church’s basement for meetings. On 21 September 1980 in Warsaw, representatives of the Committee and other independent peasant and agriculture movements and circles established the Founding Committee of the Farmers’ Independent Self-Governing Trade Union (later Independent Self-governing Trade Union of Individual Farmers “Solidarity”). On 9 September 2018, the 40th anniversary of the establishment of the Peasants’ Self-Defense Committee of the Grójec District was celebrated in Zbrosza duża. 

Source: Solidarity Encyclopedia

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