The history of the Komierowski family, the Pomian of Komierowo coat of arms, goes back to the times of Czech knight Sobiesław Bossuta - IX century, recognized as the protoplast of the family was the member of Czech princess Doubravka of Bohemia entourage, the wife of the Polish Prince Mieszko I. Benefiting from his merits for the prince, he received a bounty in the form of broad lands in Pomerania, nowadays known as Komierowo and Włościbórz.
The knight Bossuta’s descendants have taken their name of the place they lived in. Thus, Komierowo was made a main residence of the family, which remained in their possesion for more than ten centuries. The Komierowski family lost the property during the II World War. The raging war conflagration, sparked off by the government of the Third Reich, violently ceased the centuries-long domination of the Komierowski family in Komierowo.
The last major reconstruction of the palace than took place in the 1920s gave the residence features of a fashionable Art Deco style. The palace and adjoining facilities performed then the role of temporary camp for Poles interned by Germans. All the precious palace equipment was removed by the occupants. The palace library, estate files, family portraits collection dating back to the 15th century, all was irretrievably gone. The crumbling palace, the sanctuary of hundreds of years of tradition and history, was bought back (not returned) by Komierowski Family in 1997.
The last major reconstruction of the palace that took place in the 1920s gave the residence features of a fashionable Art Deco style.
The palace is located next to the largest Biosphere Reserve in Poland Bory Tucholskie - UNESCO World Heritage. In the near distance there is no shortage of more top-class tourist attractions listed on the UNESCO site.
In the relatively close neighborhood of Komierów (a good suggestion for a day trip) runs the "European Brick Gothic Route" with the largest medieval castle in Europe, Malbork and historical medieval towns like Toruń and Gdańsk (all UNESCO).
An extremely valuable monument is located in the Diocesan Museum in Pelplin. It is one of the few preserved Gutenberg bible.
|Address: Komierowo 1|
|Zip/Postal Code: 89-400|
|Latitude/Longitude: 53.45 / 17.65|
|Nearest airport||Bydgoszcz||50 km|
|Nearest train station||Bydgoszcz||50 km|
Komierowo Palace is 50 km away from Bydgoszcz and 150 km from Gdansk. About 350 people live in the village of Komierowo.
The palace is located in a small village, off the beaten track. 1.5 km from the national road No. 25. The area of the park and palace complex surrounded by fields and forests. There are four ponds in the park.
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|Rate summary||€1,999 - €2,499||€11,193 - €15,043||-||1 Nights||-|
|01-Oct-2020 - 30-Apr-2021 special price for Christmas, New Year and Easter:||€1,999||-||€11,193||-||1 Nights||-|