The generosity and the ambience of the house offer on the one hand an ideal framework for meetings in the circle of friends or for family celebrations. On the other hand, the select private atmosphere is excellent for holding seminars and conferences that want to productively use the power of silence and the extensive services of the house.
In the heart of Mecklenburg lies the listed "manor house of simple, beautiful style" built in 1835. You will find this style in the house and park. Individual guest rooms, an apartment, library, wine cellar, café in the winter garden and the spacious rooms of a former manor house await you. The restored park has become a center of attraction for friends of old and English roses. The formerly large park is attributed to the famous architect Joseph Ramée (1764-1842), renaturalized as an English landscape garden. Old and new rare trees and shrubs, as well as over 200 historic rose varieties. Park freely accessible.
In combination with the idyllic park it offers the positive balance between work and regeneration. Every time has its advantages - in spring the roses bloom splendidly, in summer there are many idyllic places to linger in the café and the park, in autumn the old beautiful trees show themselves in their colorful dress and in winter the tiled stove and sauna invite you to deep relaxation.