SCHLOSS Fleesensee
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Group 4Created with Sketch.Schlossstrasse 1, Göhren-Lebbin
About SCHLOSS Fleesensee
Built in 1842, this Baroque castle hotel in Göhren-Lebbin is located in the heart of Mecklenburg's lake district. Free WiFi access throughout the hotel and there is a spa area on site. The Schloss Fleesensee's rooms and suites are elegantly furnished. Each room offers air conditioning, a minibar, a flat-screen TV as well as a private bathroom including bathrobes and slippers. The hotel has 3 restaurants, a bar and a conservatory lounge, where international and local cuisine is served for all tastes. Guests can enjoy a drink in the vaulted cellar or eat in the former chapel in the new Blüchers restaurant. The three 18-hole and two 9-hole golf courses at the Golfclub Fleesensee are situated directly next to the hotel's park. Guests may relax in the Schloss Spa wellness area, which features an outdoor pool, an outdoor terrace, a fitness room, a Finnish sauna, a steam bath and two private spa suites. Waren Train Station is 20 km from the hotel, Fleesensee and the A19 is only 8 km away. In summer the property has its own shuttle service around the property.Read More
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