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.

Enjoy the Welcoming Estates Website!

The Estates

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Vignoble du Château de Bousval

Château de Bousval is a modern winery and at the same time a beautiful estate with a history that dates back to the 12th century.
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Weingut Prinz Salm

Weingut Prinz Salm, a wine estate for 32 generations, is located in Rheinland-Pfalz, Germany. Taste the estates larges collection of high quality wine, visit the historical sites and Nature Park in the surrounding area and follow the international known Naheweinstraβe.
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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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Landgoed Vilsteren

Situated in a vibrant landscape in the Netherlands, you will find Landgoed Vilsteren (the Netherlands). You can spot wildlife, visit the iconic windmill or explore the surroundings by bike or foot. At Herberg De Klomp local produce is served in a homely atmosphere.
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La Nava

Having been connected to traditional partridge shooting in Spain for decades, the Medem family have been present for the most important national and organized hunts of the most important figures of the international hunting scene. Today Javier Medem, together with his wife, Almud…
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Palacio de Prelo

This ancient manor house was originally the home of a local noble family, the González de Prelo y Castrillón, whence the hotel takes its name and whose coat-of-arms appears over the main entrance, with the earliest parts of the building dating back to the fifteenth century.
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