Schloss Daetzingen

Schloß Dätzingen

Schloss Daetzingen

Schloss Daetzingen – our home is your castle. It is the place where we can realize our projects in an inspirational atmosphere as well as receive our guests within a classy and atmospheric ambience. Our small country castle is truly a jewel whose charm is simply irresistible.

Originated from a former Order of Malta, the castle has a long and colourful history. Due to countless conversions and extensions – the last of which had been commissioned by the then owner, the Earl of Dillen, between 1810 and 1815 – the castle got its actual appearance.

 

At the beginning of the 20th century, time and again many historical German personalities resided in the castle. Amongst them Hans von Raumer, Secretary of State for Trade and Industry during the Weimar Republic era (1923) as well as Alfred Victor von Buelow, diplomat and brother of Bernhard Prince von Buelow, who was Imperial Chancellor and Prussian Prime Minister under the German Emperor Wilhelm II from 1900 to 1909.
Since 1961, Schloss Daetzingen is property of the municipality of Grafenau and, in addition to the GRIEB & BENZINGER workshop, hosts an auctioneer, an art gallery and a few municipal facilities.

 

The castle comprises the main building, the former washhouse – in which the GRIEB & BENZINGER workshop is located today – as well as the steward’s house which is used by a local association at the moment.

In 2011, the restoration of the main building was completed. Since then, Schloss Daetzingen again is a true jewel which invites you to remain longer, take a deep breath and a walk through the newly laid out castle garden.