Art at Gut Gremmelin, © Gut Gremmelin
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Gut Gremmelin is a private hotel in a historic manor estate with gardens and bathing lake. Regular art exhibitions and cultural events attract guests from near and far. The good organic cuisine delights the palate and the soul. Take part in painting or cookery courses supervised by professionals or restore energy levels with yoga and hiking.

Das um 1800 erbaute klassizistische Gutshaus ist idyllisch an einem See gelegen. Die Repräsentanz des Hauses wird durch den großen Vorplatz erhöht. Das restaurierte Gutshaus wird als Hotel mit Spezialisierung auf Tagungen genutzt. Moderne Technik und ein außergewöhnliches Ambiente kennzeichnen die neue Nutzung, die Kreativität fördern soll.

Die geschmackvolle Einrichtung, die leckere Bio-Küche und Räume in unterschiedlichen Größen machen das Gut außerdem zu einer idealen Event-Location für Ihre exklusive Veranstaltung, wie Golf-Events, Familienfeiern und Hochzeiten. Regelmäßige Kunstausstellungen und Kulturevents locken Gäste von Nah und Fern. Für Urlauber bietet sich das Biohotel als guter Ausgangsort für die Erkundung der Mecklenburgischen Schweiz an. Lassen Sie sich inspirieren.

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Gut Gremmelin

Am Hofsee 33
18279 Gremmelin


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MidsummerRemise at Gremmelin Estate

  • Date: 6/22/24
  • Am Hofsee, 18279 Gremmelin

The Baltic manor houses open their doors and gates again

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MidsummerRemise at the Gremmelin Estate

  • Date: 6/22/24
  • Am Hofsee, 18279 Gremmelin

MidsummerRemise at Gremmelin Manor - the long night of Baltic manor houses in Mecklenburg-Vorpommern

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MidsummerRemise at Gremmelin Estate

  • Date: 6/22/24
  • Am Hofsee, 18279 Gremmelin

The Baltic manor houses open their doors and gates again

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© Gut Gremmelin

MidsummerRemise at the Gremmelin Estate

  • Date: 6/22/24
  • Am Hofsee, 18279 Gremmelin

MidsummerRemise at Gremmelin Manor - the long night of Baltic manor houses in Mecklenburg-Vorpommern

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Vietgest castle from the sea side, © Schloß Vietgest

Vietgest castle

  • Schloßstr., 18279 Vietgest

In romantic Mecklenburg-Vorpommern, almost halfway between Hamburg and Berlin, surrounded by dreamy ponds and picturesque lakes, you will find the imposing 230-year-old castle with its eventful history. Schloss Vietgest has reopened in 2020 as a cultural and event location as well as a castle hotel.

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4 star campsite on Lake Krakow, © Frank Eilrich

Campingplace at Krakower See

  • Open today
  • Windfang, 18292 Krakow am See

In the climatic health resort of Krakow am See, the 4-star campsite at the Krakow Lake offers everything you need for a good holiday.

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© Wiebke Hörring

Children Youth Art House Güstrow

  • Baustraße, 18273 Güstrow

We show seen and invented from all workshops: painting, graphics, textiles and objects. Figures in the variety of their shape testify to the imagination of the children and young people. The exhibition encourages participation - material is ready.

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© Steffen Hoffmann

Ernst Barlach Museums Güstrow - Gertruden Chapel

  • Gertrudenplatz, 18273 Güstrow

Located not far from the center of Güstrow, the Gothic Gertruden Chapel was opened in 1953 as the first Barlach Museum in Güstrow. The chapel houses about 30 sculptures and reliefs by Ernst Barlach, all of which were created during the Güstrow period.

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The manor house is built in the style of Tudor Gothic., © Herrenhaus Vogelsang / DOMUS Images Alexander Rudolph

Vogelsang Manor

  • Lindenstraße, 18279 Vogelsang

Mysterious walls, misty parks and gnarled trees. Wonderful ambience for enchanting celebrations, events and weddings.

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© Christoph Nahr

Güstrow Cathedral

  • Domplatz, 18273 Güstrow

Construction of the cathedral began in 1226 and was not completed until 1335 with the consecration of the altar. The transition from the Romanesque to the Gothic period can be clearly seen at Güstrow Cathedral. The cruciform ground plan and the elongated choir room point to the Romanesque concept. The massive west tower is 44 meters high.

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© Helga Möbius

Parish Church of St. Mary

  • Open today
  • Markt, 18273 Güstrow

The Güstrow parish church stands on the market square in the immediate vicinity of the town hall. The first documented mention of the parish church dates back to 1308. After the fire in the center of Güstrow in 1503, which also destroyed the church, it was rebuilt and consecrated in 1508. When you enter the parish church, the first thing you see is the completely restored Jan Borman altar from 1522. This work of art, the ornate pulpit, the impressive organ and a small Barlach angel are already reasons enough to take a look around. But there is one very special highlight that you should not miss: 196 steps lead up to the 41 meter high observation deck of the highest building in Güstrow. A magnificent view over the city and Heidberge, the lakes and the meadows leaves many tourists amazed.

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Vacations in the water tower, © Falko Weise-Schmidt

Vacation apartment "Tower for two

  • Mühlenweg, 18292 Kuchelmiß

For lovers, for friends, for happy and happiness seekers, a hiding place, a nest at the height of the treetops. A place to enjoy togetherness. A refuge.

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© SSGK M-V / Timm Allrich

Güstrow Castle

  • Temporarily closed
  • Franz-Parr-Platz, 18273 Güstrow

On the edge of the old town of Güstrow, one of the most important Renaissance castles in Northern Europe surprises with its southern charm. Magnificent stucco ceilings from the time of construction have been preserved. Extensive renovation work is currently taking place in the castle. Due to this, the castle museum is not open to the public.

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© André Hamann

City Museum Güstrow

  • Open today
  • Franz-Parr-Platz, 18273 Güstrow

Since 2003, the Güstrow City Museum has had a new location: it is located above the city archives in the hospital of a country workhouse built in 1826.

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© Christoph Nahr

City Hall Güstrow

  • Open today
  • Markt, 18273 Güstrow

None of the Mecklenburg town halls of classicism looks as festive and inviting as this one in Güstrow.

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Krakow raft trips, © Frank Tetmeyer

Krakow raft tour

  • Windfang, 18292 Krakow am See

Raft tours on one of the most beautiful and quietest lakes in Germany are offered by the "Krakower Flosstouren". Glide with the rafts over the Krakow lake!

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© André Hamann

Municipal Gallery Wollhalle

  • Open today
  • Franz-Parr-Platz, 18273 Güstrow

Originally built as a ducal horse stable, the Güstrow city fathers acquired the building in 1817 to store the wool produced in the country. Today, the wool hall houses modern gallery spaces in a historic ambience

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© Stadt Güstrow

Güstrow castle garden

  • Open today
  • Franz-Parr-Platz, 18273 Güstrow

The garden of Güstrow Castle was first mentioned in 1570 and was subsequently redesigned several times. On the occasion of the 750th anniversary of Güstrow, the garden was rededicated in 1978. Old plans formed the basis for the design.

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© Uwe Seemann

North German Nativity Museum

  • Heiligengeisthof, 18273 Güstrow

Christmas cribs from all over the world can be seen in a permanent exhibition. Interesting are the variety of materials used as well as the different ways of processing. Unusual materials include nuts, bread dough, tree bark or banana leaves. The nativity scenes were, for example, mouth-blown, punched or woven.

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