No 995
Castle, manor house
Castle, manor house Latvia, Zemgale, Rundāles novads

Mazmezotnes muiza

The first written information about the estate dates back to the 3rd quarter of the 18th century.  It is known that in 1769, the estate had 14 buildings.  Charlotte Lieven received Mežotne as a gift from Russian Empress Catherine the Great in 1759.  The estate suffered much damage during World War I.  After the war it became an exemplary estate, but its roof and mansard burned down during World War II.  Restoration of the estate began in 2007.  Today Mazmežotne Estate is a beautiful place, surrounded by nature. It offers recreational facilities, including accommodations, dining, banquet facilities for events and seminars, as well as biking, boating and hiking for those who enjoy exercise.  The former stables and barn offer spacious halls for celebrations, weddings, seminars, concerts, exhibitions. One of the buildings houses a SPA complex with a range of relaxing procedures.  The open chimney house offers an exhibition of the history of sugar-beet cultivation and sugar production industry in Latvia. The old cheese house is now a sauna with a relaxation room, a hot water tub outdoors, and a terrace.

Agri Heritage Rural SPA Heritage gardens Guests40 (10) Bedrooms6 (2) Distance from countries capital city80 Season1-12 Accommodation available Optional meals
Steam bathSaunaRooms for seminarsJacuzzi/Hot tub BoatsBicyclesHorseback ridingTour guide servicesNature trail Hosts can meet at the nearest stationMassage
Tel.:+371 25 77 22 69
Rundāles pagasts,
Rundāles novads,
LV - 3921, Latvia