Weissenhaus Grand Village:
a sublime sanctuary by the Baltic Sea

Enter the gates and you’ll be surrounded by lush greenery and charming brick houses until you arrive at the alluring castle at its center. With a history dating back to the 16th century, the hotel spans the entire village–from a quaint breakfast house to the elegant castle-spa.

Weissenhaus Grand Village: |a sublime sanctuary by the Baltic Sea

© Weissenhaus

Enter the gates and you’ll be surrounded by lush greenery and charming brick houses until you arrive at the alluring castle at its center. With a history dating back to the 16th century, the hotel spans the entire village–from a quaint breakfast house to the elegant castle-spa.

What already looks impressive from the outside reveals all its magic inside.
Step inside the ‘"mirror room’" with its intricate stucco ceiling…
"Courtier", the 2-Michelin-star restaurant, is the heart of the estate: "The best reward is when guests absolutely want to enjoy a course a second time", says chef Christian Scharrer.
On the left: Every afternoon guests can expect freshly baked pastries to be devoured next to the open fireplace. 

On the right: After a long walk on the beach, the spa welcomes guests to sit back and relax (and take a dip in the outdoor pool!)
Scallop with leek, algae and caviar – Scharrer’s contemporary cuisine based on French classics.
A delicate combination of kingfish and beetroot with a hint of horseradish.
On the left: Codfish with celery and truffle-ponzu.

On the right: Scharrer’s interpretation of Bircher muesli with apple, yogurt and fennel.
Although each room features a different design, they all ooze tranquility. If you’re lucky, you can even spot a deer in the distance from the window.
Another house, another room – this one features an old brick oven.
Where time seems to slow down…
A place that couldn’t be any cozier – the castle’s library.

 

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