Manowce is a historic property uniquely located in northwestern Poland, surrounded by vast woods, far from residential areas and set right on the shore of a large bay next to the Baltic Sea. Despite its remote location, Manowce is only 2.5 hours from Berlin and its airports.
Bring your friends and family for a retreat to a place where the waters meet the woods. At Manowce, you can sunbathe on the private shore of the lagoon, swim in the bay and hunt for mushrooms in the woods, and you will have complimentary use of our kayaks, fishing boat with rods, and bicycles. You can also enjoy our bio sauna free of charge. Other activities, such as horse riding and shooting, can be arranged for you.
Manowce offers three stunning, luxurious apartments and thirteen double bedrooms, accommodating up to thirty-three guests in total, or forty-two including sofa beds and extra beds in some rooms. All the rooms have en-suite bathrooms and large televisions, and there is Wi-Fi access throughout.
Manowce is one of the very few five-star locations in this part of Europe where you can hire the property for exclusive holiday use. Exclusive means that there will be no other guests during your stay (however, part of the villa is a private home). We will be pleased to accommodate you for a week or two from June to September, and to cater for breakfast, lunch, dinner and drinks. We do not just offer a luxury villa for hire; we also provide your group with a personal English- and German-speaking assistant who is available onsite every day during the day.
The minimum group size for the exclusive holiday hire is fifteen adults or children aged over twelve, and the minimum stay is seven days. The charge is 200 euros per person per day. Discounts for kids apply. The charge includes accommodation in guest rooms. There are additional charges for suites.
We welcome all holiday bookings for July and August. Our holiday price includes the room and breakfast, as well as complimentary use of all the onsite facilities, equipment and common spaces offered to our guests. At Manowce you can also enjoy lunch and dinner and various drinks, which are served at our à la carte prices.
The bedroom rates are from 100 to 150 euros per room per night for single use, and from 150 to 200 euros per room per night for double occupancy. The suites cost from 200 to 350 euros per room per night for single use, and from 350 to 500 euros per room per night for double occupancy. Extra beds incur additional charges
The Manowce Palace at Trzebieradz (known as Haffhorst prior to 1945) was built at the beginning of the 20th century in the neoclassical style and was most likely designed by Theodor Bless. The investor and first owner was Georg Wegner, chief medical officer and director of the hospital in Szczecin Pomorzany (Pommerensdorf). Prior to that, in 1754 a tar kiln was located on the site, and later a timber yard and a timber loading and flotation facility were built there as well.
In 1923 the property was purchased by Eduard Silbernagel, who then sold it in 1941 to the National Socialist People’s Welfare organization – Nationalsozialistische Volkswohlfahrt (NSV). The NSV used the pałace for Gauschule (training centre for party members) and the remaining buildingsfor Mutterheim (shelterfor mothers).The property was not damaged during World War II. Towards the end of April 1945, it was occupied by the Soviet Army. From 1945 a Border Guard Army station was located here.
From the end of the 1940s to the beginning of the 1990s the palace was used for recreational purposes, at first by the Society for the Friends of Children, and later as a summer camp for government administrators from Warsaw. A private investor purchased this palace in 1990s and the this luxury mansion was renovated as well as the remaining buildings, but then abandoned this investment. A few years ago the palace and park were acquired by a new owner, who completed the renovation and now the Manowce Palace can be rented for events.