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Gut Pohnstorf

At Gut Pohnstorf in the middle of Mecklenburg Switzerland, you will not only find old half-timbered architecture, antique furniture and modern art, but also historical female power. Each of the seven holiday suites in the listed manor house bears the name of a special woman of the 19th century. Whether Malwida von Meysenbug, Margarete Steiff, Marie Curie, Bertha Pappenheim, Hedwig Dohm, Clara Schumann or Louise Otto-Peters – they all lived during the founding period of the house around 1850 and left their mark on their time.

As stylish as the ambience, as informal is the atmosphere on the estate, which looks out from a hill into the wide landscape of meadows and forests. Surrounded by a 10,000 m² garden with shady spots to laze, read or eat, as well as a boules court.

Despite its multifaceted history, Gut Pohnstorf has retained its stately flair to this day. Including the historical sightlines and double doors in the Beletage. There is room of every size in the spacious holiday apartments, celebrations or meetings can be held in the Blue Salon or Entrée, and dancing, meditation or conferences can be held in the large hall.

Each unit has its own special features. The bright, sunny Malwida, for example, occupies an impressive 130 m². Margarete is like a little house of its own and extends over two floors. Marie in the north-east gable shines with its roof terrace. The loft-like Bertha is structured only by half-timbered elements. Hedwig is in the central risalit and offers a wonderful view with its three large windows. Clara makes herself comfortable under the roof with a wide vista and a starry sky, and little Louise, the original room of the landlady, is now a charming double room with a kitchen. Everywhere you walk across the old parquet and plank floors, live between antique furniture and modern design, relax both indoors and outdoors, and you could almost forget about time.

What to do

Cycling (bike and e-bike rental at the manor house), hiking, jogging, swimming and stand-up paddling in the swimming pond behind the house, yoga classes, boules, volleyball, slackline, balance board, bird watching, horseback riding, golfing, a visit to the Güstrow and Lelkendorf zoos or cow safari in Alt Sührkow.

Why we like this house

Historic ambience with a contemporary twist in beautiful surroundings.

This house is great for

Families, couples, groups


E-bike rental as an alternative to the car, e-shuttle or bus from Teterow or Langhagen station (direct connection from Berlin Hbf).


Region DE – Germany, Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania, Pohnstorf
Name Gut Pohnstorf
Scenery In a rural setting in the nature reserve of Mecklenburg Switzerland
Number of guests Six suites and one double room: max. 30 people.
Completed built around 1850, renovated in 2020/21
Design Kamila and Dr. Fabian Sösemann
Published many
Specials The house can also be rented as a whole.
Architecture Listed building - old, Old & new
Accomodation Apartment, House
Criteria 1-6 (house/apartment), Apartments combinable, Dog-friendly, Family, Garden, Golf, Hiking, Lake/river, Meeting, Workation, No car needed

Availability calendar

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