The Bellin estate ensemble is one of the few whose unity and historical layout have been preserved. The neo-baroque hunting lodge is now an apartment hotel with spacious exclusive rooms.
The neo-baroque hunting lodge Bellin was built in 1912 for the Hamburg merchant Henry Brarens Sloman under the direction of the architect Paul Korff and is the center of the baroque complex with gatehouse, cavalier houses, ponds and pavilion. Today it is a hotel with double rooms and suites.
The suites, totaling about 150 m², are designed for up to 6 people, have 3 bedrooms, a living room, a large balcony and are equipped with kitchens, so that self-catering is also possible. The rooms on the first floor can also be used by guests. Breakfast and dinner is possible in the hunting lodge Bellin with a small menu.
About 1.5 km away in the forest a beautiful quiet swimming lake awaits visitors. The surrounding area is ideal for bicycle tours through the green forests. Güstrow (about 12 km away) can be reached in about an hour by bike.
The village of Bellin is very small, so you can enjoy complete peace and quiet. There is a boat on the small pond, which can be used by guests.