Gut Gremmelin is considered one of these typical residences; it is located east of the Barlach town of Güstrow and is part of an extensive complex of buildings that was already in the hands of the noble family of Oldenburg in the 14th century.
The von Pentz family comes into possession of the village – they were to keep it until the end of World War 2 (1945). For a long time the von Pentz belonged to the most influential families in the north. Christian Count von Pentz on Neudorf was even married to Sophie Elisabeth Countess of Schleswig-Holstein, a relative of the Danish King Christian IV.
After 1945 the decline of the estate began, Russian troops set up a military hospital in the rooms of the mansion.
The Lutz Schaffhausen family of Hamburg acquires Gut Gremmelin. After three years of construction and renovation, Gut Gremmelin opened as a conference domicile that meets the very highest standards.
Gut Gremmelin becomes an organic hotel in 2006 and attracts holiday guests and banquet customers who appreciate the quality and authentic hospitality.
In 2009, the hotel restaurant becomes a public restaurant. LANDLIEB serves fine and refined estate cuisine made from regional and seasonal ingredients.
In April 2014, a new guest house with 20 double rooms was opened on the estate, which are spacious and some have a terrace.
The restaurant will continue to offer first-class food, but it is no longer organic. This is how we live up to our claim to cook regionally and with high quality.