Brodnica Mansion

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The country home of the Mankowski family has been converted into a lovely place to spend some time away from cities. The palace located 30 km south of Poznan was built in 1890 and survived German occupation and Communist government ownership from 1939 until restoration in the last part of the 20th century.


The prices for apartaments are around €100 medium - size bedrooms are priced at €75 and the smallest ones are at €50, breakfast included. The prices do however according to the occasion, the season and the financial possibilities of our guests, but especially the loyal ones who are joining the growing circle of friends of Brodnica.

Given that it is only a thirty - minute car drive south of Poznan, we can arrange to have you picked up at the international airport or at railway station.

Location

Brodnica Mansion
Palac Brodnica, 37
Brodnica 63-112
Poland

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