Charming manor house in the Baltic Sea hinterland with simple guest rooms. The garden of the manor house in baroque style allows a free view into the nature.
The manor house Bassendorf is a typical manor house, it was built circa 1780 and kept its baroque character until today. The original estate with the manor house in the center is still largely preserved and renovated today.
Relaxation usually begins as soon as the vacation guests in Fäsekow turn into the stately Chestnut Avenue - the only road to Bassendorf.
This place was owned by the Knights of Behr since the Middle Ages. As a result of the 30 Years War Bassendorf became Swedish, Jürgen von Behr was expropriated by the Swedes and Bassendorf, along with a number of surrounding estates, fell into the possession of the Swedish Major General and Imperial Councillor Hans Wachtmeister af Björko around 1637. His heirs, the Counts of Wachtmeister, owned Bassendorf until it was expropriated as a result of the land reform in 1945.
Around 1900 the village had about 200 inhabitants, today about 80 people live here. Bassendorf is located directly on the Trebel River. There is a pier for paddle boats and a nature adventure trail. Two guest rooms and a vacation apartment of simple equipment are to be used so far. In the garden there are secluded spots from which sunrises and sunsets can be admired.