Manor houses and palaces stand in the picturesque corners of Pomerania, by the seacoast, near lakes, on rivers, and in forests.

The Palace and Park Complex in Kłanino

The estate finds itself at the end of a lane inset with lindens, enclosed with a brick gate with a decorative, openwork grating from the end of the 19th Century.

This palace and park layout is sure to appeal to tourists with a penchant for the architectural beauty and artistry of individual elements. Its lavish interiors date back to the 17th and 18th Centuries and embody a layout with a spacious hall with a mezzanine and stairs. Northwards and westwards from the palace, on its farmyard, you can find two annexes, built in 1895 and 1906. There are also some farm buildings, including a brick granary and a cowshed which dates from 1894. Yet another surviving farm structure is a livestock building from the 18th Century. The park, on the other hand, holds a lovely surprise for visitors - a 19th-Century bower.