The Hohen Luckow manor, commissioned by Christoph von Bassewitz in 1707, is located in the gentle moraine landscape of Mecklenburg only 25 km from the Baltic Sea. The magnificent stucco on the ceilings of the salons has made the manor famous. The manor with its farm buildings, landscaped park and estates form an ensemble unique in the region.
The Hohen Luckow manor house is one of the most beautiful baroque manor houses in Mecklenburg. Spacious salons and guest rooms in the tower offer a relaxing environment for individual travelers as well as small groups. The park, courtyard and field marsh invite you to explore. The Hohen Luckow estate operates modern agriculture. It is the venue of the Mecklenburg-Vorpommern Festival. Guided tours of the house, park and church are available on request.
The center of the extensive estate is the yellow manor house with its magnificent halls. Guests can experience both history and the present in an eventful combination at great events.
Knights' Hall, two salons and six guest rooms for various occasions such as civil weddings, small seminars or festive dinners.
A unique collection of 18th century tableware can be discovered in the Ulmer Salon of the manor house.