We wanted to spend some time in a more rural part of Poland, and Darek's place was perfect for that. It's a part of the house that's connected to the main building, but functions as a completely autonomic unit (private entrance, private kitchen, etc.)
The kitchen is fully equipped, and includes a dinning table as well as two couches. There is also a sitting room with a balcony. Please note that there is a rather large portrait of Jesus hanging over the bed, which we personally did not mind.
Overall, the house is cozy, welcoming and very tastefully decorated.
Darek was very responsive through the airbnb messages. We didn't actually get to see him. His wife Gosha speaks basic English, and we manage to communicate just fine. She was very kind and hospitable.
There are a couple of dogs living on the other part of the house, one of them a Great Dane. Things are set up in a way that if you don't like dogs, you can spend your time there without coming in contact with them. We didn't mind them at all.
As for the location, we managed to get there from Krakow and back using the local bus. The village is really nice, and most importantly - it is surrounded by woods and hiking paths. We spent an entire day walking around and had a great time.
There is a convenience store about 10 minutes walk from the house next to the main road. Please note that it is set up in a way that you don't actually pick up the things you want to buy and take them to the cashier. Instead, you tell her what you want, and she goes to the shelves and picks it up for you. Problem is, the two cashiers we encountered spoke no English at all (nor Russian, for that matter) and explaining to them what we wanted to buy proved quite difficult. Consider making a list and running it through (SENSITIVE CONTENTS HIDDEN) translate before you leave the house :D
To sum it all up, Darek's place is great and we had a wonderful time.