Manor house Manderow in spring, © Gutshaus Manderow
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Feel like at home with friends! The Manderow manor house just outside Wismar in Klützer Winkel has been carefully brought back to life and offers individual guest rooms in the style of the Golden 1920s.

Whether it's a weekend getaway, a short break, an escape from the hustle and bustle of everyday life or a long summer retreat in the countryside: Manderow Manor House is a wonderful place for couples, friends and individual travelers to relax and recharge their batteries. When the sky is clear, vacation guests can see the Milky Way at night - while the nightingale sings or the owl calls. During the day, the garden offers wonderful places to relax. Those who like it more active can go on excursions in the surrounding area. The nearby Baltic Sea is very easy to reach by bike for swimming and long walks on the beach.

The tranquil estate village of Manderow is located in the immediate vicinity of the Baltic Sea and the Hanseatic City of Wismar, in the picturesque Klützer Winkel. Manderow was first mentioned in a document in 1222. From 1799 to 1945, Manderow Manor belonged to the Martienssen family. After the war, refugees from the East found a new home in the manor house, apartments were built, the village children were taught in a school class, a doctor held regular consultations, the Konsum supermarket moved in and there was a cultural room for the village population and the employees of the LPG. In its current form, the manor house was extended and rebuilt in 1922/23 by the Schwerin architect Erich Bentrup.

In the meantime, it has been renovated in keeping with its listed status and takes its guests on a journey back in time: here, visitors can not only enjoy a relaxing vacation, but also look over the shoulders of the hosts as they work on the manor house. More impressions of Gut Manderow on Facebook and Instagram! The hosts look forward to your visit.

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Gutshaus Manderow

Alt Jassewitzer Straße 1
23968 Hohenkirchen


info@gut-manderow.de
+49 38428 639437
https://gut-manderow.de/
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