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Palace Wąsosz to 1945 was part of the farm Bruchhof, called after World War II Bruchowo or Fallow Land. It is in the times of his glory covered during more than 1300 hekatarów and was owned by the family Von Grünberg. The palace was built around the year 1850 by Hans von Grünberg. Originally it was situated on a slight slope, on the western side of an access road to the farm and away from its buildings. The palace has been provided with landscaped park with the characteristics of the English.
We have a conference room for 70 people, a banquet room for 80 people and two smaller rooms for 30 and 20 people. Excellent cuisine, surroundings of nature, the proximity of the lakes Wąsosz give to everyone a chance to active rest or błogiego laziness and allow our guests find peace of mind...
Activity is our proven recipe for your body and mind.
All Member concerned active relaxation we encourage you to take advantage of the nearby bicycle paths, walks ideal also for Nordic Walking. The Palace offers two multifunctional sports fields, a billiards, gym, darts and an outdoor swimming pool in the summer period. For all guests interested kajakarstwem gladly organize canoeing down the Drawą.- Wąsosz settlement in Poland located in the municipality of Złocieniec. In the years 1975-1998 place administratively belonged to the province of Koszalin. In 2007 settlement of 15 inhabitants. The town is included in the commune Bobrowo.