The abandoned mansion was built in 1852 by Prince Wilhelm von Braunschweig-Öls to sample Scottish castles hunting by architect Karłowskiego. Placed between the other princely bedrooms, a billiard room and five rooms for guests.
In 1895, the mansion was enlarged by the Baron Daniel von Diergardt Roland with a dining area and a balcony. Then in 1902-1903 years was once again expanded, this time to the observation tower and additional trzykondygnacyjne wing holding, among other things, the library and the office of the master of the house.
The building is a gabled roof with decorated boards. On one wall you can find the head of an elephant. The wooden floor, the strengthened beams. Inside is hanging in the center of the room wrought iron candle holder in the shape of a circle. The Palace is probably one of two in Europe facilities, whose facade is lined with the bark of the cork oak from Portugal (Supplement oak bark native).
Around the Palace stretches a beautiful Park in the English style, in which you can find many different species of plants, about 55 species of trees and 20 kinds of shrubs. During spring and autumn, this abandoned mansion looks amazing.
Before the war the new owner of the hotel was Elizabeth Bridget klitzing-Romberg. Her husband Gissbert supported and organized in the neighboring city of numerous fascist organizations, and during the occupation of the buildings of the Palace was used as a pow camp. After the war, in 1948 - 1950 he worked in the building of a Center for excellence in Forestry Workers, and following two years later came the first in the history of the forest Forest College for girls. Keep it here in 1975. In 1992, State Forests, and gave the building of the municipality, which immediately sold it to a private person. Since that time, the Palace abandoned, destroyed and destroyed.