In our largely generic (if not utterly fake) world, the sites with their original identity still intact and glowing provide a unique sense of place and belonging. Natives venerate and worship their historic scenarios as formative part of their peculiar cultural character. To others – anyone keen on expanding their horizons beyond the familiar – such authentic scenarios reflect the enigma of distant customs, conventions, beliefs, practices and experiences. All of them dissimilar, often strange (anything but ordinary), sometimes conflicting, however always fascinating and enlightening, these unique locations constitute the real wealth of the world’s heritage.
Schloss Beesenstedt is unquestionably one such site. Whatever transpires under its name today is the modern emanation of its historic purpose. Built as a private residence and a club house in 1895, the B31 project is a true gesture of allegiance to the conceptual legacy of its founders and a vibrant reincarnation of the schloss’ original spirit. Welcome!