Stadtgut Mölkau is idyllically located on the rural edge of Leipzig, which offers a very special wedding ambience. It was first mentioned in the 14th century that there is a landscaped park where Robert and Clara Schuhmann spent the afternoon of their wedding.


Festival room in the former stables

A special atmosphere for a special feast – with a lot of love to detail, we have transformed the former stables into a festival room. From extraordinary conferences up to an enchanting dance hall along with bar and lounge, there are many possible ways to design the former stables.


Fireplace House in the ‘Ököstation’

This is the place when looking for seclusion. The Fireplace House is suitable for almost every event. 60 people can celebrate at round tables, 80 people fit on long tables and conferences with row seating are possible for up to 120 people. Whether a rustic facility or a festive decorated room is wished, everything is possible. On cold days, cozy outdoor places and a heated fireplace provide a comfy atmosphere. Thanks to the new and modern kitchen, it is now possible to provide oneself with food or even cook together.

 

History

 

Estate
The estate was first mentioned in 1335 and has evolved over several centuries from Lehnhof to representative property. From 1730 to 1760 the stately grove was turned into a park in the style of an English garden under the estate ownership by Dr. Thomas Wagner. After the Battle of Nations in 1813, the demolitions required in estate numerous new buildings and altered arrangement of buildings. In 1854, the Leipzig merchant, Friedrich Wilhelm Kelbe, bought the estate replacing many of the ruinous barns with massive stone structures. 1869 the manor house was built. The estate remained to the family Seeger-Kelbe until 1945, who also had their residence here. 1945 the entire property was expropriated without compensation. For a short time the manor house served as accommodation for evacuees. Thereafter it was used as a school and after 1968 as a training center for educators. After the German reunification, the estate was transferred back to the city of Leipzig and extensively renovated. The aim was the establishment of an ecological ‘Stadtgut’. After the refurbishment, the former manor house Zweinaundorf has become a good address. 2002 the ‘Stadtgut’ was privatized and since then it has been owned by the Stadtgut Mölkau GmbH.

Park
The old park invites you to linger. In the second half of the 18th century it was established as an English garden and after 1854 it was remodeled in a landscape park. With its oaks, lindens, oak pyramids, black poplars and sycamores the park became a soul-stirring natural monument. The famous musician pair Robert Schumann and Clara Wieck spent the afternoon after their ceremony on the 12th September 1840 in this idyllic setting. The park is a nature reserve and is a protected landscape since 1956. The establishment of the ecological ‘Stadtgut’ and the landscape conservation supervision by the City of Leipzig enabled the further development of the park into a recreation area of high value.

Agriculture
The Mölkau estate farmed 150 hectares of organic farming. This includes the cash crop cultivation and management of meadows and pastures. A special feature of the property is the large domestic animal park, with all animals which a farm can offer – pigs, cattle, sheep, donkeys, horses, chicken, ducks, geese, rabbits and guinea pigs. Particularly interesting are endangered breeds of domestic animals that are bred at the Mölkau estate and are obtained there, such as the German saddle pig, the ‘Vogtländisches Rotvieh’ or the Catalan great donkey. Again and again offspring fascinate all visitors. So close to the city and yet on the farm – a piece of nature to look at and to become acquainted with. A special highlight for city kids!

Celebrations

 

To align your celebrations – no matter to which cause – Stadtgut Mölkau Gastronomie GmbH & Co. KG offers you the festival hall in the former stables and the firehouse in the ‘Ökostation’. Your and our opportunities are here available for download. On request, we will gladly send you a copy. Interested? We are looking forward to your inquiry via e-mail, mail or phone. We look forward to your visit!

 

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Start of school

 

Save your places for the first day of school on 6th August 2016!

You can find more information below:

 

 

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Zimmer Mölkau

Overnight stay

Nights in one of the very nice and quiet rooms with a bathroom in the country guest house or for larger groups at the hostel can be booked in the Reiseladen Mölkau by telephone 0341.65 85820 or by fax 0341.65 85 859. To access the website just click on the logo below.

 

Opening times, reservations and offers
of the restaurant in the manor house:

info@reiseladen-leipzig.de

 

Brunch inquiries & reservations for brunch
please use this information:

gastro@gut-moelkau.de
phone 0341.225 23 14
fax 0341.21 18 512

 

Driving directions:

Stadtgut Leipzig Mölkau GmbH & Co. KG
Kelbestraße 3
04316 Leipzig

Car:
Hauptpost Leipzig
– Georgiring
– Grimmaischer Steinweg
– Prager Straße
– Gutenbergplatz
– Täubchenweg
– Zweinaundorfer Straße
– (church Mölkau)
– Kelbestraße left
Bus:
Linie 73
from main station Leipzig (Hauptbahnhof)
to Mölkau, Gottschalkstraße

Highway:
A 14 exit #5
– Kleinpösna
– Baalsdorf
– Leipziger Straße
– Zweinaundorfer Straße
– Kelbestraße

Saxonia-Catering GmbH & Co. KG
Diezmannstraße 20
04207 Leipzig

 

Telefon: 0341.65863530
Fax: 0341.2118512
Mail: post@stadtgut-moelkau.de

Geschäftsführer:
Falk Johne
Amtsgericht Leipzig HRA 16394

Persönlich Haftende Gesellschaft:
Culture-Consulting Leipzig GmbH 
Handelsregister Leipzig, HRB 23604

Fotografie:
Daniel Scholz und Lugwig Kuttner

Bildrechte:
Saxonia-Catering


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