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Steeped in history, this house was dreamt up in the 1870s by Anna and Eugen von Seherr-Thoss, a couple of romantics themselves. Inseparable, they envisioned a grand home to replace the aging manor that endured here. As the heiress, Anna was responsible for the matchless fusion of the specific design elements that inspired what would become known as The Palace at Osowa Sien.
At the time, this estate was in the midst of Germany's most formidable wine country and grapes were grown here. This package is an homage to the early days of life at the palace and the viticulture that helped define it.
Throughout your visit:
A two-night stay in our private-access tower suite and balcony "Blümen for Magritte": with imported Spanish marble bathroom floors (heated in colder months), 40+ sqm, space houses a plush lounge, pantry, and dining space. Tall ceilings present throughout to add to the stateliness of these quarters.
In-suite amenities include...