Manor house Scharpzow, © Nina Hollensteiner
Castles and Manors, Co-working spaces

Romantic estate park in Scharpzow in the middle of the Mecklenburg Lake District with individually furnished tent suites in historic style for glamping as well as venue for work retreats and seminars & events.

A listed 3.5-hectare estate park surrounded by old trees, with clearings, a pond, a garden pavilion and a large flock of birds is the backdrop for the glamping concept. In the style of luxury tents in the 16th century, which were used for events of the fine society, for example, at horse races or car alleys, there are four luxury tents with floor, furniture and stove in the manor park Scharpzow.

The romantic cotton bell tents with high pointed gables invite you to relax in the midst of lush nature. Breakfast is served on the tent terrace, bed linen, towels, bathrobes and toiletries are provided.

The offer is aimed at individual travelers as well as groups and teams for seminars and workshops, work retreats or small celebrations and events in the greenery.

At the pond there is the historic garden pavilion with spacious seating areas, outdoor kitchen, barbecue and fireplace, as well as a shopping facility with an assortment of wines, beers, beverages and a selection of homemade and local products. Crockery, cutlery, candles, tablecloths and everything needed to create a beautiful evening table or picnic in the park is available to guests. A romantic Do-It-Your-Self vacation concept or a workation for creative people can be well realized here.

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Gutshaus Scharpzow

Scharpzower Dorfstraße 19
17139 Malchin


gutshausscharpzow@gmail.com
+49 173 2573343
http://glampingimgutspark.de
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Scharpzower Dorfstraße 19
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