Manor House Zietlitz

On the edge of the Nossentiner-Schwinzer Heide Nature Park, in the middle of the Mecklenburg Lake District, lies Zietlitz.  The manor house, cozy and restored with great sensitivity, is available for a restful and unique vacation experience.




Zietlitz was first mentioned in writing in the year 1331. The place has its origins in a farm village that belonged to the neighboring Dobbin estate, which in 1803 was in the possession of the von Lepel family. After 1825 Neu (New) Zietlitz and Hof Zietlitz (Zietlitz Farm) were laid out, with both being leased beginning in 1836. The manor house, a two-storey brick edifice, was erected in 1862. At this time it was owned by the von Brocken family, whose coat of arms and the date 1862 can be seen above the entrance. The last lessee, Herr Wiese, farmed the estate until 1943. Thereafter refugees found shelter in the house, and later it was used as lodging for trainees, accommodation for construction workers, and as a home for handicapped children. After reunification an artist acquired the house and rented out rooms.

The current owners renovated the manor, and now holiday guests can enjoy individually decorated double and larger-size rooms, a fireplace and television room, a breakfast room with fireplace, a hospitality room with a kitchen, a game and reading room with a large library (a group room), a wellness facility with infrared booths, and a well-tended garden area.  Free WLAN is available in the lobby.


Gutshaus Zietlitz

18292 Zietlitz, Serrahner Straße 2

Contact: Susanne Libor
Phone: 038457-22243
Fax: 038457-51376
Email: infoSPAMFILTER@gutshaus-zietlitz.de
Url: www.gutshaus-zietlitz.de (in ger)


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