Semlow castle garden view, © Schloss Semlow A. Hantke
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The manor house was commissioned by Carl von Behr-Negendank and built by the Strelitz court architect Friedrich Wilhelm Buttel around 1825. Around 1850, the castle was extended by the addition of an orangery and a two-story living area. The castle is surrounded by a beautiful park of 21 hectares.

Semlow Manor served as the residence of the Behr von Negendank family until the Second World War. After 1945, the manor house was looted and partially destroyed. From 1945 to 1989 it was owned by the municipality of Semlow and was used, among other things, as a school, kindergarten, dining hall and home to the municipal library.
At the time of its completion around 1826, the two-storey manor house consisted only of the present central part of the building. Its front facade, facing the village, contains 15 window axes, of which the middle three are on the central risalite. About halfway up the central risalite, there is an altan supported by four columns and below it an entrance leading to the banquet hall.
The rear of the building is three stories high and has 17 window axes, the middle five of which project from the building as a central risalite. The eastern extension was built as an orangery only around 1850 and was crowned by a square tower. This tower fell victim to the extensive renovation work after 1945, which is also responsible for the generally rather plain appearance today.

The park, which is beautiful at any time of the year and covers approximately 21 hectares, with its large pond, contains many dendrological features. It was laid out in 1852 by Gustav Meyer in the English style - wide meadow areas, extensive network of paths with visual axes to the castle, system of ditches and ponds with seven bridges. Today the park is one of the few preserved gardens of the royal Prussian court gardener. The centerpiece is a large pond, which was created in 1853 in place of a marshy meadow.

In 2012, the palace was purchased by the Fred Hantke family from the municipality. Since then, the Biedermeier castle has been gently restored to its historic ambience. The family lives and works in the castle themselves. Various events such as family celebrations, weddings, readings, concerts, exhibitions, salon breakfasts and theme brunches take place in the banquet hall. The summer cafe` has become a popular meeting place from May to September. The lovingly designed vacation apartments invite you to stay.

Peace and culture are the focus here.

The directly adjacent English landscape park has been preserved as far as possible in its unique historical origin. Here you can observe deer, herons, rare bird species, kestrels up close.

SUMMERCAFÈ
Enjoy our castle café after a long walk in the English landscape park.
Opening hours (until September): Tuesday to Friday - 11:00 to 17:00 (subject to change).

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© Schloss Semlow

MidsummerRemise at Semlow Castle

  • Date: 6/23/24
  • Parkstraße, 18334 Semlow

The summer stately greet: The night of the north manor and mansions - The Pomeranian houses open their gates on Sunday

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© Schloss Semlow

MidsummerRemise at Semlow Castle

  • Date: 6/23/24
  • Parkstraße, 18334 Semlow

The summer stately greet: The night of the north manor and mansions - The Pomeranian houses open their gates on Sunday

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© KERAMIK ton-studio-m-1/Marquardt

CERAMICS sound studio-m-1

  • Closed today
  • Butzebarg, 18337 Fahrenhaupt

Beautiful ceramics for everyday use! Handmade in faience technique. Decor: fish and tulips. Dishwasher safe.

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© Recknitztal-Hotel Marlow

Brewery "Zur alten Fassfabrik" & Marlower Brewery

  • Open today
  • Carl-Kossow-Str., 18337 Marlow

You would like to try our own produced Marlow beer? Or refined meat and fish dishes or burgers? Our brewery directly at the Recknitztal-Hotel Marlow is open daily for you.

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© Familie Burmester

Manor house Stubbendorf

  • Dorfstraße, 18195 Stubbendorf

Our comfortable vacation apartments are ideal for those who are looking for something special in Mecklenburg: a mix of originality in nature, beauty and atmosphere in a typical old manor house - a setting that invites you to a variety of activities and to slow down in equal measure.

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© Levke Adomeit

Ehmkendorf manor house

  • Ehmkendorf, 18195 Stubbendorf

The last house in the village - on the edge of the Recknitz Valley - is Gutshaus Ehmkendorf. A wonderful retreat for families, groups and seminars in the heart of Mecklenburg-Vorpommern.

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© Manuela Steimle

Schlemmin Rose Garden and Rose Dew Ceramics

  • Open today
  • Eickhofer Straße, 18320 Schlemmin

At Rosentau ceramics we make decorative ceramics. Each piece is unique and a very special souvenir!

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Salt Museum, © Sabine Maus

Salt Museum Bad Sülze

  • Open today
  • Saline, 18334 Bad Sülze

The Salt Museum presents the history of salt extraction from the brine of Sülz, the spa and bathing history and shows some other trades of the city. In two special exhibition rooms we show exhibitions of a completely different kind four to five times a year. Children and adults are especially enthusiastic about riding the moor train.

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© M. Steimle

Marlow canoe and boat rental

  • Closed today
  • Försterei, 18334 Semlow

Actively experience nature in the Recknitz Valley: Canoe and kayak rentals, rowing and fishing boats, guided raft tours, bicycle rentals, combined bicycle and canoe tours, sale of tourist fishing license, fishing permits, overnight stays in own tent, caravan/camper, arrangement of vacation homes, snack bar.

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© Mareike Wendel-Bigalke

Trebel Café

  • Open today
  • Karl-Marx-Str., 18465 Tribsees

Directly at the market place of Tribsees we invite you to cake, ice cream and cocktails!

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© ostsee-kuestenbilder.de

Schlemmin mustard mill

  • Closed today
  • Hauptstraße, 18320 Schlemmin

In our mustard mill in the beautiful village of Schlemmin we grind unpeeled, not de-oiled mustard in a cold grinding process with a 1000 kg heavy stone mill. Through this particularly gentle traditional grinding process, all essential oils are preserved. In total, about 30 different types of mustard from sweet to spicy, from mild to spicy, from fruity to spicy are produced with love.

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© Salzmanufaktur/Klemp

SALT Manufacture M-V

  • Closed today
  • Feldstraße, 18320 Trinwillershagen

In our salt experience center - the salt towers of Trinwillershagen - immerse yourself in the fascinating variety of 32,000 kg of natural salts in our bizarre tower with a 16-cornered ground plan, interior grading works, nebulization plants, clay brook oven and a world of 240 different salty specialties.

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Café and restaurant café-wunder-bar, © Sabine Maus

Restaurant café-wunder-bar

  • Open today
  • Am Markt, 18334 Bad Sülze

East of Rostock, between the Hanseatic Cities of Stralsund and Greifswald, the café-wunder-bar restaurant is located in Bad Sülze, directly at the market, in the oldest spa town in northern Germany. On our outdoor terrace you can enjoy the tranquility of the greenery and the view of the town church from 1362 with coffee and ice cream specialties

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© Wolfgang Hube

MV Art Gallery

  • Open today
  • Krähenberger Holz, 18337 Marlow

In the MV-Kunst Galerie, the self-taught artists Wolfgang Hube and Kathy H-Teufel exhibit their paintings, painted ostrich eggs and stones, as well as jewellery made using a wide variety of techniques. Guests can also get active themselves in the painting workshop. A guided tour of the gallery is free of charge.

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The restaurant

  • Closed today
  • Rostocker Str., 18334 Dettmannsdorf

Regional cuisine. A menu that goes with the seasons. Classic favorite dishes reinterpreted. And above all: a lot of love for good, handmade food. A warm welcome!

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© Anja Röhl

Art house Lisa

  • Open today
  • Pappelweg, 18337 Neu Guthendorf

Kunsthaus Lisa is an old cottage designed in the Hundertwasser style, which is mainly dedicated to women's art. Women's art is often underrepresented and we therefore want to come up with a special offer of women's art.

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Cafe-Wieckhaus photographed from the monastery garden, © Tom Augustyniak

Cafe Wieckhaus

  • Open today
  • Geskestraße, 18461 Franzburg

The Cafe-Wieckhaus is located within the tranquil monastery garden which was opened in 2006 and now invites you to walk, sniff, taste and snack. The cafe is open only on weekends and then offers a wide range of coffee specialties and always home-baked and fresh cake creations.

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