Karczma is part of a bigger project called artNikifor which aims to combine the functions of a hotel, a gallery and a restaurant. This complex is located in a pre-war building, presently completely renovated and slightly expanded. The decor is reminiscent of early 20th century art, allowing you to admire the works of Krynica’s historical patron. The interior of Karczma itself is built out of 150-year old beams taken from Lemko huts and granaries. Regional flavours can be found in delicious kiszeńce, which are basically cabbage rolls with meat, as well as pickled tomatoes, traditional pierogi with mint or fragrant soups, which here are referred to as poływki. PSST! The inn’s interior is a bona fide gallery of sculptures, icons and authentic antique household items.