A boutique hotel in the Donimirski group, this property dates back to the 11th century. Once the residence of the Tarnowski family, then part of the Dominican convent, the building feels solid and historic. The medieval clay pots, figures, and tiles unearthed with the hotel conversion in 2004 are on display in the restaurant downstairs, where a superior breakfast is served until mid-morning. All rooms have heated bathroom floors and tend to get smarter and pricier as you ascend, until you reach a lovely roof terrace open to all. There is also a cluster of three that can be blocked off and hired as a family suite.