An itsy museum/cafe set in the seaside cottage that served as the 1920s residence of Polish writer Stefan Żeromski (1864-1925). Shortlisted for the Nobel Prize for Literature, and regarded as the ‘conscience of Polish literature’, Żeromski was also a proud patriot, and much of his life was dedicated to the restoration of the Polish state. Although born in Warsaw he remains fondly remembered in these parts, not least for his involvement in creating the Friends of Pomerania society. You’ll find a selection of works on display in here, as well as an interesting photographic diary of Orłowo through history. You won’t need more than 15 minutes to peruse the Polish language displays, after which it’s only sensible you conclude your visit with a cuppa in the cafe.