An elegant castle hotel with modern amenities set in peaceful and secluded natural surroundings.
Located in the peaceful and natural surroundings of Mecklenburg’s Lake Plateau, Schloss Fleesensee offers a carefree stay and lets guests take a break from everyday life. Connect with nature and enjoy modern amenities in a historic castle setting. Easily accessible, the hotel is just 9 km from the Inselstadt Malchow train station.
Built in 1842, the castle hotel offers a harmonious interplay of architecture and nature. The bright rooms and suites are tastefully decorated and some rooms come with private terraces with lovely views. A truly remarkable place, the hotel has five golf courses, 16 tennis courts, a wellness spa, a gym, upscale restaurants, and bars. A worthy setting for any occasion, the castle hotel hosts conferences, corporate events, and private celebrations like birthdays and weddings.
The castle hotel features an elegant design that blends 19th-century architecture and contemporary updates. The rooms and suites are individually decorated and elegantly furnished.
Enjoy international cuisine, regional specialties, and sophisticated drinks at the hotel’s restaurants and bars. Dining options include the modern restaurant Blüchers, the relaxed Smoker’s Lounge, or the contemporary Orangerie.
Surrounded by nature and perfectly located near the Lake Plateau, the hotel offers stunning views and a secluded atmosphere. It is still easily accessible despite its idyllic location, as it is just 9 km from the Inselstadt Malchow train station.
Classic Double Room
Classic Double Room with Terrace
Castle Double Room
Deluxe Double or Twin Room
Double or Twin Room with Terrace
Schlossstraße 1, Göhren-Lebbin, Germany
Blüchers is a modern and contemporary gourmet restaurant located inside the castle walls. With top chefs at the helm, the restaurant serves a menu comprising traditional recipes with sophisticated modern creations. Choose from a la carte meals or the fixed menu. The restaurant also has an extensive international wine list. Open from Tuesday to Sunday from 6.00 pm onwards.
Named the best cocktail bar in Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania, Bar 1842 is a stylish, charming, and modernly furnished bar. An ideal spot to enjoy a few drinks, relax, unwind, and socialize, the bar serves a selection of regional and international drinks and spirits. Events and Live music are also available here. On weekdays, the bar is open from 12:00 noon until 12:00 midnight. On weekends, it opens at 10:00 am and closes at midnight.
Leave the stress of everyday behind and relax at the Schloss Spa. Completely redesigned and refurbished, the spa is a wonderful place for deep relaxation and connecting with the inner self. It offers medically-based treatments and other relaxing spa offers. It has numerous saunas, a solarium, a pool, and a fitness area.
Schloss Golf is one of the largest golf resorts in Europe. Located directly below the Schloss garden, the golf courses are also considered among the most beautiful and challenging in Germany. With extensively modernized design and breathtaking surroundings, the premium golf course is dedicated for talented young golfers and golfing professionals alike.
Drehbrücke Malchow is a swing bridge that has recently become an iconic landmark of Malchow. It connects the historic island of Malchows with the mainland. It opens every hour to allow ships to pass through the Müritz-Elde waterway. There are plenty of cultural attractions and leisure activities that you can do near the bridge.
One of the iconic structures in Malchow is the Malchow Abbey. This former Cistercian nunnery features an imposing Romantic architecture. Aside from its historical and architectural importance, the abbey is also known for being the site of Mecklenburgisches Orgelmuseum.
Located in the Mecklenburg Lake District, the Schloss Klein Plasten is one of the architectural attractions in the region. This manor house was built in the 18th century and features an elegant Baroque-style architecture. It also has lovely surroundings, making it perfect for reconnecting with history and nature.