The palace complex in Boratyn consists of: a landscape park, a palace (manor house), a chapel and a farm building. Its history dates back to the early 18th century. The earliest preserved documents describing the appearance of the building and the farm belonging to it come from 1724. Initially, it was a small single-story manor house, which with time grew in size to its current shape. The first owners of the property were the Krasicki family. At the beginning of the 19th century, the manor passed into the hands of the Stadnickis, who took care of its renovation and extension.
The palace owes its present form to the remodelling which took place in the 1820s. The then owner, Jan Stadnicki, rebuilt the residence around 1820 in the style of late Classicism, modelled on the outstanding noble residences in Łańcut, Przeworsk, and Sieniawa. It is the Stadnickis who are believed to have arranged the landscape garden around the manor in the second half of the 18th century. The garden layout incorporated an old oak forest and natural terrain. Around 1810, a Classicistic chapel resembling an antique temple was constructed within the complex. After the death of Jan Stadnicki, the property passed into the hands of Kazimierz Krasicki, who decided to use it as a school. During World War I, the manor house served as a hospital for Austrian soldiers. During the interwar period, it belonged to Marian Lisowiecki. World War II saw it used as a granary and later as housing for repatriants.
Today, thanks to the effort of the current owner, the manor house was renovated and is used as a hotel, with a restaurant and recreation facilities.