Event locations at the Baltic Sea region’s manors

Incomparable locations for special occasions

Due to their rich history, the historical upheavals and the unique natural landscape of their surroundings, the manors and stately homes of the Baltic Sea region have become places with a very special aura. All the more so since new, creative life has taken hold in many of these old buildings. For every event – from weddings and conferences to company parties and team meetings – you will find the perfect atmosphere there. From the elegant and noble to a kind of rustic quality to the perfectly imperfect vintage style. It is often the traces of the past that make up the special charm of the manor houses. Here is a small selection from five countries.

Bicycle Tours in Baltic Manors regions

Tours to the Baltic Manors
We collected 20 bicycle tours in seven countries. Find your bicycle tour in Lithuania, Kaliningrad, Poland, Germany, Denmark and Sweden. The old houses are surrounded by amazing nature. Ride through woods, lakes and the coastline and meet interesting people and hosts in the Baltic Manors.

Follow this link to all tours with maps at komoot

Lolland-Falster, Denmark

A splendid ambience for meetings and celebrations

The perfect castle hotel
» More about Herregård Fuglsang

Fuglsang Herregard is the epitome of the perfect castle hotel – with authentic furnishings, a very elegant restaurant and the historic music hall, where you can meet, dine and dance under huge chandeliers. It is the perfect setting for events for up to 154 people. The house is surrounded by a moat and a castle park with old trees and romantic pathways. You will find this unique setting on the Danish peninsula of Lolland-Falster, easily accessible by ferry and from Copenhagen Airport. The ideal place for family celebrations, weddings and meetings where a special ambience is required. One of Denmark’s most prestigious museums of modern art is also just a walk away from the castle.

Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania, Germany

A perfectly imperfect vintage charm

A manor to party in
» More about Vogelsang Manor

In Vogelsang Manor, which was built in a neo-Gothic style during the Romantic period, the era is the programme. The estate in Mecklenburg Switzerland exudes the charm of a ruin that has been given a new creative lease of life. The battlements and towers are sometimes reminiscent of a haunted castle from old films and there are stylish details everywhere: brocade cushions lie on an old chaise longue in front of the fireplace, a billiard table stands on old creaking floorboards and feathers, flowers and candles are lavishly strewn everywhere. The building’s Bel Etage is where festive menus are served, wedding ceremonies are performed and where creative photo shoots are staged. The park is large enough to drive through in a carriage and under the tall trees, which are decorated with tasteful lanterns for such occasions, parties are held until late into the night. Your imagination knows no bounds here.

Read the interview with the new Vogelsang Manor owner

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Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania, Germany

An estate of unlimited possibilities

A dream location for conferences and weddings
» More about the Relais & Chateaux Hotel Gutshaus Stolpe

When you get out of your car there and let your gaze wander over the gently flowing Peene River and the historic manor house, you will be immediately taken by this place: this is where you would celebrate a wedding, organise a big corporate event, or … The good news is: you can do all that there and you can do it perfectly too! The Gutshaus Stolpe is a high-class hotel where everything is really geared towards pampering its guests and organising unforgettable celebrations for them. Those who want to get married in church can do so in the nearby Stolpe church. The celebrations can carry on in the very festive ambience of the old, converted brick festival barn, which also offers ideal facilities for conferences and seminars. Stolpe is less than a three-hour drive from Berlin and after the work is done, the event’s participants can relax in hot tubs under the open sky or jump into the Peene River to refresh themselves – just slip on your bathrobe, walk straight out of your room through the flower meadow and into the cool water!

Parsęta, Poland

A pearl in the Parsęta River basin

Hotel, restaurant and Baroque museum
» More about Ryman palace hotel

Siemczyno Castle is simply a pearl. It lies in the middle of the beautiful natural landscape of the Parsęta River basin and is surrounded by many clear bathing lakes. Bogdan Andziak, one of Poland’s best-known manor rescuers, first renovated the outbuildings and converted them into a well-visited hotel with a restaurant. Today, concerts, conferences and celebrations are regularly held in the banqueting hall. Festivities can also be extended with ease to the castle park, where you can stroll in an arcade of hornbeams and take perfect wedding photos. Siemczyno also offers other rooms and possibilities: in the attic of the Baroque castle is a museum of local history and agriculture. In the vaulted cellar there is a very well-designed exhibition on the Baroque era.

North Kashubia, Poland

A castle directly by the sea

Historic ambience and horses directly at the Gdansk Bay
» More about Rzucewo Castle hotel

Rzucewo is the ideal Baltic Sea manor: built in the 19th century in red clinker brick, it is located on a small hill just over a hundred metres from the shore of Gdansk Bay, surrounded by majestic old trees. From the first settlers who lived there as seal hunters to the Swedish occupation in the 17th century to various Polish and German families who called the castle their own – this place has seen a lot of history. All of these occupants were probably fascinated by the unique location and aura of this house. Today, it is a castle hotel with a restaurant that enjoys great popularity as a location for weddings, family celebrations and corporate events. In the estate’s park there is a herb garden that gives the culinary creations of the house that special flavour and right next door there is a riding stable with beautiful horses. The horses, too, are often harnessed for the various events.

Rambynas, Lithuania

A rustic location in a mythical natural landscape

A historic hotel in Lithuania
» More about Senasis Rambynas

The Rambynas Regional Park, where you can look out over the untouched river landscape of the Neman River from the Neman hill, is a kind of natural national shrine for the Lithuanians. Here, in what was once German Little Prussia, many different cultures have come together for centuries and history has left its mark too. Anyone looking for an inspiring place to meet people will find it there. The Senasis Rambynas guesthouse is located in the middle of the park in the former German-Lithuanian school, which has been carefully renovated and converted into a hotel and restaurant. Friendly hosts, regional cuisine and the natural-authentic charm of the surroundings create the perfect setting for unforgettable events – from workshops to family celebrations to parties of all kinds. There is a small lake right on the doorstep that invites you to swim and relax. The Martynas Jankus Museum, an open-air art gallery with art from the region, is also well worth a visit.

Southeast Skåne, Sweden

Celebrating in your “own” castle

Family celebrations, events and conferences
» More about Svaneholm Castle

Svaneholm Castle is located directly on a lake and surrounded by a green landscape. It is one of the many impressive manors to be discovered here in the southeasternmost corner of Sweden – in Skåne, a region with a picturesque hilly landscape, a roaring surf on long sandy beaches and a very special light that has always attracted painters. First built as a fortified castle in the 16th century and later developed into a stately home, Svaneholm Castle became the property of a cooperative in the 1930s. Every visitor can become a co-owner for a small fee. So how about having your next big celebration in “your own” castle? Whether it’s a winter or summer wedding, you can toast it in the castle courtyard, dine at a table in the Knights’ Hall by the fireplace and end the day at the bar with a view of the lake. From an aperitif in front of a fairytale backdrop to a festive buffet and a midnight snack, everything is organised according to your individual wishes. How about a carriage ride around the castle or a rowing boat trip on the lake? Of course, all guests are also free to visit the castle’s museum which has over 30,000 artefacts and is run by volunteer enthusiasts.

Kashubia, Poland

A manor with some Kashubian charm

Experiencing Kashubia
» More about Lisewki Dwór

This is a manor in the heart of Kashubia in Poland. Here you can expect stylish rooms, a particularly friendly atmosphere, the appropriate service and a hearty regional cuisine. The surrounding forests and lakes are just as enticing as the nearby Baltic beaches. For weddings, celebrations and conferences, there is the “hunters’ hall” and the restaurant. The old, rustic wooden bar, charmingly marked by the traces of drunken nights, invites guests to linger and relax. The park and garden are used for events too – and everything can be individually planned.

Unique event locations

Freedom for your creativity

Art and culture in Lithuania

Panemunė Castle (Panemunės pilis) is a Lithuanian castle on the bank of the Memel River. Watch the movie on our Youtube channel. If you are in Lithuania, be sure to visit the museum in the Renaissance Panemune Castle. The grounds with park, archaeological site and prison tower are also worth seeing.

Watch the movie about Panemune.

Pioneer of cherry wines: Frederiksdal Estate

At Frederiksdal Estate in Denmark, cherry wine of a new class is created, unique in the world. The basis is the Stevns cherry, the "grape of the north", which reaches an exceptional maturity and concentration in the southern maritime climate of the island of Lolland. Now there are guided tours including tasting in English.


More information on the website.