Welcoming Estates

discover a palette of leisure activities on European estates

This website gives an overview of the many interesting things you can do on several European Estates. Think of a short stay in a B&B, small hotel or an inn, a longer stay in a cosy cottage, a luncheon, supper or even a wedding; sports like canoeing, sailing, swimming or golf. Quite a few estates have their own produce, such as wine, fruits and vegetables.

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The Estates

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Castello di Roncade

Castello di Roncade is the only pre-Palladian villa to be surrounded by Medieval walls with crenellations and towers in Northern Italy. Stay in one of the marvelous guest apartments and experience their quality wines.
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Castello di Bagnolo

The Castello di Bagnolo estate in Italy is drenched in history. The ancient and charming farms are restored into farm-apartments. Visit the botanical gardens. Beautiful frescoes from the 13th and 15th century can be found in the palazzo and the S. Sebastian Chapel.
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Kinský dal Borgo

Kinský dal Borgo in the Czech Republic is a very interesting estate with many different features. With over 7000 hectares of forest this is the perfect place for hunting. The Obora Game Park and cultural monuments in the area are well worth a visit.
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Blarney Castle

Situated in Ireland, this historical castle is most famous for the Blarney Stone, which has the traditional power of conferring eloquence on all who kiss it. Put on your hiking shoes to explore the estate with six gardens and relax in the cosy café with a homemade scone.
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Ciguiñuelas

A rustic estate in Spain with many different wildlife species. Relax and unwind in a locally styled garden on the Ciguiñuelas estate, visit the national wildlife reservation or hunt wild boar and other wildlife on the estate.
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Palacio de Meres

The first construction of Palacio de Meres dates from the first half of the 15th century, but it was not until the end of the 16th century that it was refurbished and expanded. Palacio de Meres organizes family, business and cultural events.
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