The mysterious and unique atmosphere of an old castle with the Gothic interiors, a beautiful little town at the foot of the fortress and wonderful Masurian landscapes - all this makes a climate that will not be easily forgotten.
Former Castle Hotel
Zamek Reszel Kreativ Hotel is a 14th century former brick castle that had been converted into a prison in 1795. However, it was completely destroyed after the big fires of 1806 and 1807. In 1822 there had been some repair works and in the years 1976-1985 the castle had been converted into a place for art workshops and galleries. Since 2001, after the last restoration, the castle houses a hotel with a restaurant, an art gallery and a museum.
Dog Friendly Hotel
Pets are allowed with no extra charges.
Zamek Kliczków Centrum Konferencyjno-Wypoczynkowe Hotel in Kliczkow, Poland
Kliczków Castle is a majestic medieval castle teemed with history. Nestled in a forest near Bory Dolnośląskie, it creates a mysterious and enchanting atmosphere for all guests. Today, it has been restored in its full glory as a conference and recreation center and hotel.
Castle Dubiecko was built in the mid-16th century and has been renovated many times since then. Today, the castle houses a hotel which boasts chambers decorated in a classical 18th-century style and emanates a unique and sophisticated atmosphere, reminiscent of the old times.
Zamek Gniew - Hotel Rycerski Hotel in Gniew, Poland
The Gniew Castle was built in the 13th century and belonged to the Teutonic Order. In the 15th century it became Polish and has been restored many times since, until it reached its current state and opened as a hotel.
The building in which this historic hotel is housed today was built on the ruins of a knight's fortress on the Biała Lądecka River, which later became the foundations of the Renaissance mansion. Over the past 500 years it has changed ownership countless times, becoming home to great Slavic, Prussian, Welsh and French families. Due to its multicultural ownership, the castle was renovated many times, according to the style and preferences of each owner and the era they lived, resulting in the unique architectural mosaic it is today.
The castle in which today's hotel is housed was built around 1270 by Prince Ladislaus the First of Opole, but the first written record acknowledging its existence was found in 1379. After a fire that occurred in 1650, the building was renovated following the Baroque style. It was renovated once again during the 18th century, when it attained its current neoclassical look. In 1893, the castle was made into a hospital for the mentally ill and operated until 1975, but fell into disrepair afterwards. In 2010, after 5 years of continuous renovations, the castle opened as the hotel it is today.
Dragsholm Slot has its own ghosts, 3 of them in total. The most famous one is said to be the earl of Bothwell, who was imprisoned here and died in a cellar in 1578. Also, the ghosts of a former maid and the daughter of one of the previous owners are said to be haunting the hotel as well.
Hotel Zamecek Kaplice Hotel in Kaplice, Czech Republic