Mioduński Estate in Mioduńskie, Masurian Lakes
Mioduński Estate – over a century-old classicistic Prussian manor house situated in Mioduńskie with a magnificent view of the lake “Szymon” below. Mioduńskie became a village in 1582 and is located in the area of the Great Masurian Lakes District. A huge 470-year-old oak grows on the estate. Its shade covers half of the property.
The manor was built by the descendants of Johan Gottlieb at the end of the 19th century. After 1928 the Mioduński estate disappears from the list of East Prussian goods. Within a few years, a local village school was established in the manor, which operated until 1974.
In 1995 it was decided to enter the manor in the register of monuments. After 5 years Mioduński estate became the property of the Białobrzeski family who restored the monument. Since than it has become a place of great significance for the family and friends. Mioduński dworek accommodates up to 16 guests in 6 differently styled rooms.
“We are more than pleased to welcome and host every guest who wants to visit our place and experience its uniqueness firsthand” – Wojciech Białobrzeski
Member of Historic Hotels Poland
Tel: +48 668 021 248