As mentioned, today Jaśliska is a sleepy village with a spacious market square, clearly reflecting the once urban character of the settlement, just like the mysterious Renaissance cellars. The wooden buildings preserved in the old town were appreciated by the creators of the Wooden Architecture Trail, and Jaśliska became one of the few representatives of small towns on the Subcarpathian section of the trail. The oldest surviving houses come from the mid-19th century and are located in the western frontage of the market square. In a stylish, wooden building, in the center of the historic market square, there is also a private shelter, "Zaścianek".
There are 36 beds available for guests in two dormitory rooms and smaller double and quadruple rooms. The rooms are equipped with bunk beds or standard beds, chairs and tables. Tourists can use a fully equipped kitchen. Directly adjacent to the kitchen is a recreation room and dining room with TV and maps and guides. Guests have at their disposal three toilets, two showers, and two washrooms.
A grocery store and a bar with homemade food are next to the hostel.