The history of Pacółtowo dates back to the early 14th century. In 1325, the Prussians - Glabune and Kunike - received land grants here. Over the following centuries, the estate changed owners. Subsequent owners were the von Eppingen, von Petzdorf and von Wernsdorf families.
At the turn of the 18th and 19th centuries, the then owner Ahasverus von Brandt enlarged the estate to 600 hectares and built a palace. Until the end of the Second World War, the activities of von Brandt were cultivated by members of the Volprecht family. After the war, the State Agricultural Farm took over the estate and the Palace.
In 2000, the farm was acquired by a private investor and served as a breeding ground for exclusive Charolaise and Limousine cattle breeds.
In 2008, the farm and the palace were purchased by the current owner, who, enchanted by the surroundings, decided to restore all the buildings, make them an absolutely unique place, full of the charm of the past and make them available to visitors.
The interior of the Palace was transformed into an intimate, comfortable, exclusive conference and concert centre. Two swimming pools were built and a comfortable, modern equestrian centre was set up.
The area was also enlarged to nearly 1,000 hectares. The entire area of land was designated for meadows and pastures, which increased the recreational value of the site, providing ideal areas for horse riding, hiking, cross-country skiing and long-distance cycling trips.
The new ideas, the goals set for the property have been reflected in the comfort it provides to its Guests. Luxurious interiors, a convenient location and top-quality service are the guarantee of a successful holiday and complete regeneration - away from the hustle and bustle of the city.