Manor house Pinnow, © Axel Thiessenhusen
Castles and Manors

The simple, two-story manor house with 9 axes and a gable roof was built at the end of the 18th century and modified again around 1840. On the courtyard side, a large lunette window stands out. On the park side, the center of the house is emphasized only by a flat central risalit, in front of which a two-flight flight of steps leads into the park.

The original one-story plastered building with mansard roof dates from the end of the 18th century. Around the slightly rising courtyard of honor are two plastered one-story side buildings with mansard curved hip roofs. The manor house had been raised around 1830 and received a gable roof. A large lunette window with cast-iron tracery divides the facade. On the garden side, a double flight of steps leads into the grounds. Hans Albrecht Freiherr von Maltzahn bought the manor house in 1995 and was able to move into the renovated property in 1998.

The Mecklenburg Poloclub Pinnow e.V. has its headquarters here.

Picture gallery

Good to know

Contact

Gutshaus Pinnow

Dorfstraße 10
17139 Pinnow


039957/ 21177
Arrival

Your destination:
Gutshaus Pinnow
Dorfstraße 10
17139 Pinnow



Relaxed from door to door:

Plan your journey by public transport here.

Route planner:

Plan your journey by car here.

What's nearby?

To the map
The Liepen moated castle and the servants' quarters can be reached from the park via a small wooden bridge., © Burmeister

Liepen moated castle

  • Liepen, 17139 Liepen

Liepen moated castle is located on an island surrounded by an idyllic park. It was built in the 15th century by the Count Hahn family, who live here again today. The medieval vaulted cellar belongs to the oldest part of the castle complex and can be visited

Read more: "Liepen moated castle"
Ivenacker oaks in the haze, © TMV/ Thomas Grundner

Ivenack Oaks National Natural Monument

  • Open today
  • Eichenallee, 17153 Ivenack

The 1,000-year-old Ivenacker oaks belong to the Ivenacker Tiergarten. They are cultural and natural historical highlight of the area.

Read more: "Ivenack Oaks National Natural Monument"
© TMV/D. Gohlke

Manor smithy and manor bakery in Teschow

  • Freely accessible at any time
  • Gutshofallee, 17166 Teterow / Teschow

The old forge and the bakehouse are parts of the former estate, which was owned by the von Blücher family from 1835 to 1945.

Read more: "Manor smithy and manor bakery in Teschow"
Exterior view Ulrichshusen Castle in spring, © Kathleen Stutz

Ulrichshusen Castle

  • Seestraße, 17194 Ulrichshusen

The Hotel Schloss Ulrichshusen, beautifully situated on its own lake, is ideally suited for weddings, conferences, seminars and events of all kinds with its large ballroom. Here also beats the heart of the Mecklenburg-Vorpommern Festival with many concerts and renowned artists in summer and Advent.

Read more: "Ulrichshusen Castle"
the manor house, © Annkatrin Rabe

Manor house Wolkwitz

  • Gutshaus, 17111 Borrentin

The Wolkwitz manor house is beautifully nestled in the gently hilly surroundings of Lake Kummerow.

Read more: "Manor house Wolkwitz"
© DOMUSImages

Ivenack Castle

  • Am Schloss, 17153 Ivenack

The older, middle part of the castle dates back to the 16th century - the monastery building. A first extension took place in 1709 and after passing to the Imperial Counts v. Plessen around 1750. The semicircular stables, the orangery, the tea house and the church also date from this period. Around 1810, the castle was again extended by two wings. Since 2016, it has been renovated in accordance with the preservation order. The 1000-year-old Ivenack oaks in the former animal park are Germany's first national natural monument.

Read more: "Ivenack Castle"
© Silke Voss

Rambow parsonage

  • Kirchstraße, 17194 Rambow

Picking from a hammock of golden parmains, cox orange and jonathan? Sounds like paradise and it is, because it is possible in the Rambow parish garden. Retired pastor Eckart Hübener invites guests to stay in the associated baroque half-timbered parsonage.

Read more: "Rambow parsonage"
Kummerow Castle - the south facade, © Alexander Rudolph

Kummerow Castle

  • Am Schloss, 17139 Kummerow

The baroque palace on the shores of Lake Kummerow was renovated to the highest standards of historic preservation. The castle houses a private collection of modern art with a focus on international photography.

Read more: "Kummerow Castle"
© Peter Ramsch

Pound pit manor house Rambow Hof

  • Rambow Hof, 17194 Moltzow

The Pfundgrube Gutshaus Rambow Hof is a treasure trove of culture and nature in the middle of the idyllic landscape of Mecklenburg Switzerland. This excursion destination offers a unique blend of historical significance and cultural diversity, nestled in the small village of Rambow.

Read more: "Pound pit manor house Rambow Hof"
© Peter Ramsch

Rambow Hof playground

  • Rambow Hof, 17194 Rambow

A small playground with a large meadow, covered rest area, swing and slide. A directly adjacent parking lot is the starting point for a longer hike through Mecklenburg Switzerland.

Read more: "Rambow Hof playground"
© TMV/Gohlke

Bristow village church

  • Dörpstrat, 17166 Schorssow

As one of the earliest Protestant churches and the oldest Protestant village church in Mecklenburg, the Renaissance church in Bristow is of outstanding importance for the cultural history of the region.

Read more: "Bristow village church"
© TMV/Gohlke

Erratic boulder garden Hohen Mistorf

  • Open today
  • Lindenweg, 17166 Hohen Mistorf

The erratic block garden (360 m²) is part of the Geopark Mecklenburg Ice Age Landscape - Mecklenburg Switzerland.

Read more: "Erratic boulder garden Hohen Mistorf"
© "Kirche-MV"

Church ruins - "Desert church" - Domherrenhagen

  • 17194 Moltzow

The church of St. Nikolai Domherrenhagen is also known as the "desert church" - a ruined church

Read more: "Church ruins - "Desert church" - Domherrenhagen"
Sunset bench, © Groh

Beach Sommersdorf

  • Freely accessible at any time
  • 17111 Sommersdorf

On the western shore of Lake Kummerow, a wide sandy beach, several swimming bays and usually a light breeze await you. From here you can enjoy breathtaking sunsets.

Read more: "Beach Sommersdorf"
© Gut Pohnstorf

Manor house Pohnstorf

  • Pohnstorf, 17166 Alt-Sührkow

A whole manor house for you alone

Read more: "Manor house Pohnstorf"
to the list

Content is loaded