Czocha Castle is a defensive fortress in the village of Sucha in Lower Silesia in south-western Poland. The castle is positioned on the banks of Lake Lesnia, near the river Kwisa. Czocha Castle was built on gneiss rock and its oldest part is the keep to which housing structures were later added. This is one of the few places in Poland where the past is connected with the future. The numerous attractions that have been prepared for visitors will make their time spent at the Czocha Castle unforgettable. The castle in Sucha is also a pet friendly! In 2012, Czocha Castle received the award as one of the “7 New Wonders of Poland” by the monthly magazine, National Geographic Traveller. Czocha Castle is also a great place to spend a unique and romantic weekend with that special person. A mouth-watering dinner by the candlelight, with the sounds of romantic music and a few glasses of chilled wine will turn the moments spent at the castle a lasting memory. For those looking for a special thrill, there are tours of the castle by night. This is an extraordinary journey around the most hidden and intriguing nooks and crannies which hide many of the secrets of this old castle. Some of the stories told will surely chill the blood in your veins, so come only if you are brave enough!!! The castle offers 4 conference rooms that can accommodate between 30 and 120 people. All come equipped with state-of-the-art multimedia equipment, enabling efficient business meetings in spectacular surroundings. Czocha Castle is also a venue for unforgettable weddings, balls and training seminars. Guests of the Castle (Zamkowa) Restaurant have a unique opportunity to participate in a real feast of flavours. The restaurant serves breakfast (a Swedish table) and other excellent dishes from its a-la-carte menu. The chefs, which specialise in traditional Polish cuisine, will satisfy the palates of even the most demanding diner. The complex was featured in several movies and television series, but most recently the castle has been used as the setting of the College of Wizardry, a live action role-playing game that takes place in its own universe and can be compared to Harry Potter.