Restaurant at Schlosswirt Meseberg Hotel

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Welcome to Meseberg – where Mark Brandenburg is at its finest. Extensive forests and glittering lakes lined with ancient forests. Enchanting landscapes that give you a sense of peace and tranquillity. The cuisine at Hotel Schlosswirt Meseberg has established a reputation for itself well beyond the region: excellent food made from regional products with international flair. Enjoy rural peace and quiet on the banks of Lake Huwenowsee, directly next to Meseberg Palace – the Federal Government guest house – and relax in a stylish setting.
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  • Schlosswirt Meseberg, Foto: Tourismusverband Ruppiner Seenland e.V.
  • Kulinarisches im Restaurant Schlosswirt Meseberg, Foto: Bert Groche
  • Festsaal Prinz Heinrich mit Küchenchef Matthias Schuldt im Schlosswirt Meseberg, Foto: Bert Groche
  • Auf dem hauseigenen Steg am Schlosswirt Meseberg, Foto: Bert Groche
  • In der Schankstube des Schlosswirt Meseberg, Foto: Bert Groche
  • Schlosswirt Meseberg, Foto: Bert Groche
Capacity: 7 rooms – seats 180 inside, 80 outside

Credit cards accepted: yes

Meseberg – Fontane was here several times. Berlin Northern Railway Line took him to Gransee, from where he continued by horse and carriage. The poet was not a frequent walker. It was in June 1861 that he came here for the first time to do on-site research for the first volume of his Walks through the Brandenburg Marches.

Fontane’s main interest was the palace’s glamorous owner: Christian Ludwig von Kaphengst. After the Seven Years’ War, Kaphengst was part of the illustrious circle at the Rheinsberg court of Prince Henry. The younger brother of Frederick the Great took a liking to Kaphengst’s “youth and beauty” and made him his adjutant – a position “which his intellectual gifts in no way qualified him for,” as Fontane pointedly remarked. He clearly possessed other qualities. The powerful Kaphengst “now dominated the court and the prince himself, whose favours made him exuberant”.
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Welcome to Meseberg – where Mark Brandenburg is at its finest. Extensive forests and glittering lakes lined with ancient forests. Enchanting landscapes that give you a sense of peace and tranquillity. The cuisine at Hotel Schlosswirt Meseberg has established a reputation for itself well beyond the region: excellent food made from regional products with international flair. Enjoy rural peace and quiet on the banks of Lake Huwenowsee, directly next to Meseberg Palace – the Federal Government guest house – and relax in a stylish setting.
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  • Schlosswirt Meseberg, Foto: Tourismusverband Ruppiner Seenland e.V.
  • Kulinarisches im Restaurant Schlosswirt Meseberg, Foto: Bert Groche
  • Festsaal Prinz Heinrich mit Küchenchef Matthias Schuldt im Schlosswirt Meseberg, Foto: Bert Groche
  • Auf dem hauseigenen Steg am Schlosswirt Meseberg, Foto: Bert Groche
  • In der Schankstube des Schlosswirt Meseberg, Foto: Bert Groche
Capacity: 7 rooms – seats 180 inside, 80 outside

Credit cards accepted: yes

Meseberg – Fontane was here several times. Berlin Northern Railway Line took him to Gransee, from where he continued by horse and carriage. The poet was not a frequent walker. It was in June 1861 that he came here for the first time to do on-site research for the first volume of his Walks through the Brandenburg Marches.

Fontane’s main interest was the palace’s glamorous owner: Christian Ludwig von Kaphengst. After the Seven Years’ War, Kaphengst was part of the illustrious circle at the Rheinsberg court of Prince Henry. The younger brother of Frederick the Great took a liking to Kaphengst’s “youth and beauty” and made him his adjutant – a position “which his intellectual gifts in no way qualified him for,” as Fontane pointedly remarked. He clearly possessed other qualities. The powerful Kaphengst “now dominated the court and the prince himself, whose favours made him exuberant”.
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Meseberger Dorfstr. 27

16775 Gransee

Weather Today, 12. 8.

15 31
Clear throughout the day.

  • Saturday
    17 31
  • Sunday
    18 32

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Tourismusverband Ruppiner Seenland e. V.

Fischbänkenstraße 8
16816 Neuruppin

Tel.: +49 (0) 3391-659630
Fax: +49 (0) 3391-659632

Weather Today, 12. 8.

15 31
Clear throughout the day.

  • Saturday
    17 31
  • Sunday
    18 32

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