Palac Mierzecin

Palac Mierzecin

Das Palac Mierzcin im Tudor-Stil
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history discretely interweaves with modernity. Located in Lubusz Voivodeship, halfway between Poznań and Szczecin, the Palace is surrounded by picturesque parks, forests and lakes, which enchant with their inimitable beauty and let one savour the charm of every season spent at Mierzęcin. The Palace - together with a manor, third largest vineyard in Poland, a winery, a stud farm and the Grape SPA - offer its Guests a wealth of possibilities to spend unforgettable moments in a place full of charm and unique atmosphere. People who like to actively spend their leisure time as well as people who value tranquillity, families with children or business clients will all find an interesting proposition for themselves. Wine is a passion here and a lifestyle. Mierzęcin Palace Wellness & Wine Resort is the only resort in Poland which has its own vineyard, a processing plant and a wine cellar. Precious tasting qualities and the well-known beneficial influence of grapes on health and beauty, which has been known for centuries, inspired us to create a unique stay offer. The grapes from the Palace's vineyard as well as the wines prepared from them are the perfect fit for the dishes from Polish and European cuisines served at our restaurants. Grapes also constitute an integral element of beauty and care treatments at the Grape SPA - the first SPA in Poland based on fruits from our own vineyard. In the neogothic palace and in the renovated buildings of the old manor there are 83 comfortably furnished rooms. Carefully decorated interiors, interesting architecture and the surrounding park constitute an excellent scenery for various events, family meetings and meetings with friends. Furthermore, we organise trainings, conferences and integration events for companies. For this purpose we have six comfortable conference rooms, which can accommodate altogether up to 430 people, with modern audiovisual equipment. Mierzęcin Palace Wellness & Wine Resort is perfect for people who look for a peaceful rest. It is a quiet oasis thanks to the surrounding forests and lakes as well as to the distance separating it from the noise of the big cities. Enthusiasts of spending their leisure time actively will definitely find something interesting from our rich recreational offer - riding, a swimming pool, fitness, Nordic walking, cycle trips, kayaking trips as well as many other attractions. On the other hand, business clients will find inspiration here as well as a base offering wide and varied possibilities for unforgettable and effective meetings and trainings.
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Free parking
Free High Speed Internet (WiFi)
Pool
Fitness Center with Gym / Workout Room
Bar / lounge
Tennis court
Children Activities (Kid / Family Friendly)
Business Center with Internet Access
Wifi
Hot tub
Indoor pool
Sauna
Restaurant
Breakfast buffet
Banquet room
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Spa
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Mierzecin 1, Dobiegniew 66-520 Poland
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Håkan Sjöquist wrote a review Feb 2020
Stockholm County, Sweden2 contributions1 helpful vote
5.0 of 5 bubbles
We have visited this lovely establishment 5 times the last 10 years and it never fails. Imagine stepping into a large, delicately furnished room in the Palace overlooking the park, take a short stroll over to the exquisitely designed SPA with an enormous warm basin and multiple rooms for all sorts of treatments. Then finish of with a delicious dinner at the restaurant, a converted Vodka distillery, accompanied by remarkably good wine from their own vineyard. Finally the location is a huge estate surrounded by woodland, fields, small lakes and rivers. It’s hard to beat! Guess who will return...
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Date of stay: January 2020
5.0 of 5 bubblesRooms
5.0 of 5 bubblesCleanliness
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Response from Pałac Mierzęcin, Dyrektor generalny at Palac Mierzecin
Responded Aug 4, 2020
Dear Guests, It is a great honour for our team to read such a positive opinion, thank you very much for sharing it. It is always a great pleasure to welcome you in Mierzecin. Best regards Tomasz Schulz Director
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Anya W wrote a review Sep 2022
3 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
We visited the restaurant at Mierzecin in August with my parents. It was a real treat. Not only the surroundings were very beautiful, but the quality of the dishes we had was amazing. I had a catfish with courgettes, which was probably the best fish dish I have had for a long time, and I visit restaurants in many countries frequently. The other dishes i.e., risotto, ravioli and roast duck were equally good. Together with a nice bottle of an amazing white wine from their vineyard, this was a meal we will remember for a long time!
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Date of stay: August 2022
5.0 of 5 bubblesValue
5.0 of 5 bubblesLocation
5.0 of 5 bubblesService
Room Tip: amazing food
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Magdalena Z wrote a review Aug 2023
2 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
The historical complex very carefully renovated over last 20 years. Beautiful gardens, excellent food and vine from local vineyard. In addition grape spa and a lot of sport attractions. It is a place where you can really reset your mind and rest from day-to-day routine.
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Date of stay: August 2023Trip type: Traveled with family
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ewa m wrote a review Dec 2022
Poznan, Poland2 contributions8 helpful votes
1.0 of 5 bubbles
The level of spa is very low.
There was no place for any other service exept for the bath two weeks before the stay. The women at the reception was unhelpful anyshe told us that was no place for anything- even for short massage!. I told that I was calling two weeks ago and the situation was the same!. She promised to check availability. But nobody called us till now. We (My sister and me) are very disappointed by the staff. They denied to get us the bathrobe at the spa. They told us that we are not the guest of the SPA!! Scandal! there was no water at the pool what is necessary after sauna. There was na cleaning. the lady at the reception told us we have to call the cleaning. of course we can accept if we get water for example. The climate of the place is bad, the staf is unfamiliar. Awful place I never come back again!
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Date of stay: December 2022
3.0 of 5 bubblesLocation
1.0 of 5 bubblesService
3.0 of 5 bubblesSleep Quality
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Rambolec wrote a review Oct 2022
Wroclaw, Poland663 contributions196 helpful votes
5.0 of 5 bubbles
I love the Gardens around the Mierzecin Hotel. Beautiful park silences me.
I like restaurant with great wines from Mierzecin vineyard. White and even red wines are really good quality. I like the industrial interior as well.
We tried some dishes and crayfish soup was really incredible.
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Date of stay: October 2022Trip type: Traveled with family
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Damian Navsky wrote a review Jun 2023
Poznan, Poland9 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
The place offers variety of activities for the whole family. It is sourranded by nature. Staff is okay but not always helpful. Prices might be lower for a place in the middle of nowhere. But the overall experience is good. Restaurant serves high quality local cusine, I loved every dish!
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Date of stay: March 2023Trip type: Traveled with family
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Aleksandra K wrote a review Aug 2020
Chamonix, France14 contributions19 helpful votes
2.0 of 5 bubbles
We went to Palac Mierzecin for family lunch. We were super disappointed about the quality of the food. It just looks & sounds good in menu but that’s all. Quality & presentation is very bad. In need to change the chef as it’s really a shame.
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Date of stay: August 2020Trip type: Traveled with family
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MichaelMoran wrote a review Jul 2014
Warsaw17 contributions43 helpful votes
5.0 of 5 bubbles
As a travel writer and occasional explorer I must say I have become rather blase concerning hotels over the years. Being a connoisseur of beach life, this year I have been sunning myself on the Baltic sands and beside deserted pristine lakes in the far west of Poland as opposed to cooking myself on the Cote d'Azur among the wealthy, posturing, sardine-packed, sun-oiled hordes on uncomfortable pebble beaches. No celebrity culture for me! I simply picked this name as a convenient overnight stop on my long return drive to Warsaw (about 600 kms) where I live at present. It lies about half-way between Szczecin and Poznan. I knew nothing about it.

What a shock as I approached the imposing entrance gates with a guard who politely asked me what I wished to do and directed me accordingly up a long drive between extensive meticulously restored brick outbuildings, through immaculate gardens, past a menage with cantering thoroughbred horses to the entrance front of a cream English inspired Neo-Gothic palace.

Was this Poland I kept asking myself? More like the entrance to a National Trust property in the UK or an up market country house hotel in the Home Counties.

This was confirmed when we were shown into a spacious rather grand high-ceilinged room overlooking the gardens and lake, the focus being a canopied bed that appeared to be reserved for royal guests. The room was also air-conditioned which was a relief as Central -Eastern Europe has been experiencing something of a heatwave this summer.

Before dinner I wandered around the expensive superbly maintained gardens. The palace has an interesting history. It was built between 1861 and 1863 according to the wishes of the German aristocrat Robert Friedrich von Waldow. The palace is surrounded by a vast landscape park with Arcadian features, an arboretum true to the spirit of the 18th century English landscape garden movement and what was known as the Picturesque. A superb lake with Japanese temples and follies are true to the English inspiration of say William Kent or Capability Brown.An Octagonal tower dominates the façade and the view over the surrounding countryside from the terrace at the top is magnificent.. The front balcony is decorated with a balustrade and terracotta statues of eagles. The German architect Friedrich Hitzig is said to have been the designer of the palace.

The beginning of the 20th century was a period of the greatest expansion and changes done to the estate. New buildings of a vodka distillery and manor complex were built at the time. Fortunately World War II left the Palace and manor buildings nearly untouched. When the war ended, the land and the buildings of von Waldow become the property of the Polish Treasury. Between 1945 and 1952 the palace functioned as an orphanage for handicapped children which was run by nuns. Later the State Orphanage was located in the Palace and it continued to perform this function until 1959.

When the State Farmland (PGR in Polish) was established in Mierzęcin in 1959, all the Palace rooms and the manor complex were converted into offices, a kindergarten, a country after-school club, workers' flats and utility rooms. It functioned as a state farmland until 1992, even though the decisions about moving the offices and closing down the kindergarten were made in 1991.

And then the worst period for the palace in Mierzęcin began. A decaying and squalid palace waited for nearly 6 years to be restored to its previous glory. On the 9th of July 1998 the palace, together with the manor, was purchased by NOVOL - a Polish company that manufacture paints for cars. The restoration is simply magnificent by any European standards.

I could not help but reflect how so many huge restoration projects to convert communist damaged, raped and exploited palaces and castles into fine hotels, spas and wellness centers are now coming to fruition and full maturity in Poland. This palace officially opened in 2002. These places are great secrets that are blissfully free of mass tourism. Visit while you can!

I immediately extended my stay for another night and I am so pleased I did.

In the award winning Distillery Restaurant I had probably the best meal I have ever had in Poland since first coming here in 1992. This is no exaggeration - really. I am a serious gourmet and wine buff. It was so good I will tell you exactly what I had!

As a Starter a quite fantastic grilled local Goat cheese and grapes tart with caramelized red onion, the Main Course was Long roasted beef (beef slow roasted until of velvet tenderness) on horseradish mousse with vegetables and essence of sweet grass. For pudding, Halvah mousse enclosed in caramel with pistachios. This dessert was absolutely amazing and full of interest. Artistically arranged on the plate was a scoop of raspberry sorbet with various summer fruits scattered about and swirls of fruit syrup with what looked like an unblemished hard yellow cricket ball at the end of the plate. What is that I asked myself? Well, I broke open the thin-shelled caramel ball to find the most delicious Halva mousse imaginable slowly being released from its prison. How did they get the Halva mousse in there? I could see no entry point on the perfectly smooth surface. 'It is injected in there with a syringe!' the waitress told me. Mystery solved. Brilliant!

The palace has its own vineyard and one of their red wines accompanied this feast. The wine 'showed promise' but for me only that - red wine this far north? Early days as yet but I do admire their perseverance in this great art of wine making. The meal deserved something far greater, certainly a Second or Third Growth Bordeaux. The wine list is excellent but with food of this quality I think they could up the stakes as long as the restaurant mark-up is kept reasonable (a bete noir of mine).

An excellent espresso, cigar (we were seated outside) and Bas Armagnac completed this sybaritic moment. Horses cantered in the menage and a breeze rustled the leaves as the sun set. What more can one ask of life even if one is a deprived billionaire fighting for a table in a crowded restaurant in Cannes in high summer? I much prefer to be in certain parts of Poland in July and August however strange this may appear to the uninitiated.

Having suffered gastronomically and slept in frightful accommodation in the country in the early nineties when I first visited Poland, I thought this achievement of palace hotel, eighteenth century English landscaped garden, gourmet food, fine wine and elegant horse stud nothing short of a miraculous transformation. Poles have at last been given a chance through the joining the EU to express their manifold talents - about time too.

Michael Moran
www.michael-moran.net
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Date of stay: July 2014
5.0 of 5 bubblesRooms
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5.0 of 5 bubblesService
Trip type: Traveled as a couple
Room Tip: Ask to look at some rooms before making a decision - they are all unique do not mind showing you.
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Ellie79_12 wrote a review Jun 2017
London, United Kingdom20 contributions30 helpful votes
4.0 of 5 bubbles
This is lovely place with great views of the vineyards. I have stayed in one of the refurbished rooms, combining traditional and modern elements. The dinner and the wine were fantastic, high quality and very reasonable prices. The staff friendly and very helpful. I would definetely visit the Palac again!
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Date of stay: May 2017Trip type: Traveled on business
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lukasz7906 wrote a review Jan 2018
Warsaw, Poland37 contributions34 helpful votes
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Stayed there for few days between Christmas and New Year and it was our second time in Mierzęcin. The biggest advantage of the place is the food and parks surrounding the hotel. Spa area is quite spacious, but dont expect big swimming pool. Despite the place was fully booked it was not overcrowded and it we could find table for breakfast and sunbeds at the pool. Good value for money.
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Date of stay: January 2018
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Answer from Palac_Mierzecin
Poznan, Poland
Dzień dobry, Oczywiście. W naszym menu nie brakuje dań bezmięsnych, weganie również coś wybiorą. Proszę zaznaczyć taką potrzebę podczas rezerwacji a nasz Szef Kuchni z pewnością przygotuje coś dostosowanego do diety. Z menu restauracji Destylarnia można zapoznać się na stronie internetowej Pałacu. Zapraszamy serdecznie.
Answer from Palac_Mierzecin
Poznan, Poland
Dzień dobry, Poniżej przesyłam ceny kilku wariantów pokoi. Zapraszam do odwiedzenia naszej strony internetowej, w zakładce POKOJE znajduje się szczegółowy cennik pokoi, informacje o wyposażeniu oraz zdjęcia. Pokój LUX w Pałacu - od 470 zł/doba Pokój dwuosobowy w Pałacu - od 370 zł/doba Pokój dwuosobowy w Oficynie - od 350 zł/doba Pokój dwuosobowy - Folwark - od 300 zł/doba Zachęcam również do śledzenie aktualności oraz zapoznanie się z propozycją pakietów ponieważ często oferujemy naszym gościom bardzo atrakcyjne zniżki i promocje. Z wyrazami szacunku Monika Nowakowska Spec. ds. Promocji i Wizerunku
Answer from Palac_Mierzecin
Poznan, Poland
Dzień dobry, Bardzo dziękujemy za to, że znalazła Pani czas aby podzielić się z nami swoimi wspomnieniami związanymi z Pałacem Mierzęcin. Pałac oraz otaczający go Folwark został gruntownie odrestaurowany i obecnie znajduje się w nim hotel, Grape Spa i restauracja Destylarnia. W najbliższym otoczeniu Pałacu znajduje się Winnica Pałac Mierzęcin a w zabudowaniach folwarcznych znajduje się Przetwórnia i Piwnica Win. Powojenne dzieje Pałacu są szczegółowo opisane na stronie internetowej obiektu. Historia Pałacu Mierzęcin: Zaczęła się polska historia Pałacu w Mierzęcinie. W latach 1945 – 1952 w Pałacu mieścił się dom dziecka dla dzieci upośledzonych, prowadzony przez siostry zakonne a później Państwowy Dom Dziecka, który funkcjonował do roku 1959. Z chwilą utworzenia Państwowego Gospodarstwa Rolnego w Mierzęcinie w 1959 roku wnętrza pałacowe i folwarczne zostały zaadaptowane na biura, przedszkole, świetlicę wiejską, mieszkania pracownicze oraz pomieszczenia gospodarcze. W 1991 roku podjęto decyzję o przeniesieniu biur i zlikwidowaniu przedszkola, a co za tym idzie opuszczeniu budynku, co nastąpiło w 1992 roku. Rozpoczął się wówczas najgorszy okres dla obiektu, zniszczony i zaniedbany stał blisko 6 lat, czekając na przywrócenie dawnej świetności. 9 lipca 1998 roku pałac wraz z folwarkiem został zakupiony przez polską firmę NOVOL. W latach 1999 – 2001, staraniem nowych właścicieli, gmach pałacu poddano gruntownej renowacji. Adaptowano zrujnowany budynek na ośrodek wypoczynkowy dla pracowników firmy. W ramach prac restauratorsko - konserwatorskich wymieniono dach i całą stolarkę, a w ponad 80% stropy z drewnianych na ceramiczne. Przeprowadzono prace izolacyjne, tynkarskie i sztukatorskie. Oficjalne otwarcie Pałacu Mierzęcin nastąpiło 13 września 2002 roku. Z wyrazami szacunku Monika Nowakowska Spec. ds. Promocji i Wizerunku
Anya W wrote a tip Sep 2022
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"amazing food"
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Andrew_in_Poznan wrote a tip Jan 2015
Poznan, Poland129 contributions75 helpful votes
5.0 of 5 bubbles
"The rooms in the big house (pałac) have more character. The rooms in the former carriage house are newly done, well equiped, better-suited for young children. Parents need not worry at al in the carriage house. In the big house, they might. Best is to look at both, and take the hotel's advice."
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MichaelMoran wrote a tip Jul 2014
Warsaw17 contributions43 helpful votes
5.0 of 5 bubbles
"Ask to look at some rooms before making a decision - they are all unique do not mind showing you."
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AngelCake340 wrote a tip Sep 2012
London22 contributions28 helpful votes
3.0 of 5 bubbles
"Do not ask for rooms in the Annex to the Palace, near the stables !"
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$114 - $130 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
LOCATION
PolandWestern PolandLubusz ProvinceDobiegniew
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83
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Frequently Asked Questions about Palac Mierzecin
Which popular attractions are close to Palac Mierzecin?
Nearby attractions include Muzeum Woldenberczyków (4.1 miles).
What are some of the property amenities at Palac Mierzecin?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include an indoor pool, free wifi, and an on-site restaurant.
What food & drink options are available at Palac Mierzecin?
Guests can enjoy an on-site restaurant and a lounge during their stay.
Is parking available at Palac Mierzecin?
Yes, free parking is available to guests.
What are some restaurants close to Palac Mierzecin?
Conveniently located restaurants include Restauracja Destylarnia, Ozimek Sklep Firmowy Dobiegniew, and Nowa Kuchnia Domowa.
Are there opportunities to exercise at Palac Mierzecin?
Yes, guests have access to an indoor pool, a fitness center, and a sauna during their stay.
Does Palac Mierzecin offer any business services?
Yes, it conveniently offers a business center, meeting rooms, and a banquet room.
Which languages are spoken by the staff at Palac Mierzecin?
The staff speaks multiple languages, including English and German.
Is Palac Mierzecin accessible?
Yes, it offers wheelchair access and reduced mobility rooms. For specific inquiries, we recommend calling ahead to confirm.
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