Before the German-Polish borders changed in 1945, a vivacious Leonie Ossowski (then Jolanthe von Brandenstein) grew up inside these very palace walls. As luck would have it, she became an accomplished author known for her engaging depictions of Osowa Sien and life at her family’s castle - later reimagined through her Silesian Trilogy and definitive literary works.
As an homage to her and the happenings that once characterised this countryside village, our collection of suites have been inspired by her riveting books.
Each guest quarter shown below comes equipped with highspeed WiFi, TV, ensuite bathrooms with imported stone floors (and sporting both a walk-in shower and a separate bathtub), organic toiletries (soap, shampoo, conditioner, hand cream), all-natural and ethical coffee and tea provisions (from the hand-roasters at G-Coffee and the suitably British Tea Pigs respectively), kitchen annex or pantry, private seating area, and heated Floors.
Das Dienerzimmer (Butler’s Room)
A brilliant English-styled suite, it shares it’s name with the rivetting novel about the palace’s wartime butlers and maids. The chesterfield, cloth-covered chairs, and garden-view give this space a distinct English country club feel. It’s textbook for the traveling professional, or couple looking for a classic retreat.
Neben der Zärtlichkeit (Next to Sensativity)
A home-styled suite is full of warmth, perfect for young families and entrepreneurs traveling with a child. Adore the charming layout, complete with a space for the little one– mini-bed, table, teddies, and all.
Weichselkirschen (Sour Cherries)
A unique suite in the heart of the castle, the bed’s can configure as two singles or one 160x200 cm Queen. Rich wooden carved antiques combine with new pieces - harkening to years past while making it hard to leave the embrace of modern comforts. A plush deep red sofa beckons guests to lounge, while couples seeking romantic retreats love its curtained bed-chamber.
Wolfsbeeren (bella donna / Nightshade)
Offering a rich purple palet recalling the colour of nightshade, as well as garden and countryside views, this suite is both elegant and charming. Easily configured with two separate beds or a 160 x 200 cm Queen bed, it offers modern comforts defined by warm antiques and wooded beams. Ideal for friends, colleagues, and couples who prefer a cosy nook in the castle.
Das Zinnparadies (Tin Paradise)
Unique in its presentation of dramatic beams over a two-storey layout, it’s fit for three to four people to share - though a particular favourite amongst couples who want a spacious setting to relax and recline; the choice antique café table and chairs add to the ambiance and the upstairs 180x200 cm King bed is incredibly comfortable.
Stern ohne himmel (Stars without sky)
An airy loft-like design with the sleeping quarters on an upper split-level, Stars Without Sky shares its name with one of Leonie’s wartime stories. Invoking a minimalistic, fresh Scandic feel, its spacious layout can accommodate two singles, or one double bed. A third single bed may be comfortably added to the compliment. This is a very popular suite among our guests though please note this is the only one without heated bathroom floors.
Holunderzeit (Elderberry Time)
Embodying a restorative energy, inspired by the third book of Leonie’s Silesian Trilogy, this four-person two-bedroom-two-storey suite is timeless and well loved by families, colleagues, and friends. The master bedroom offers two singles, or one 180x200 cm King bed, while the second bedroom offers two single beds.
Blumen Für Magritte (FLowers for magritte)
An original tower suite with private balcony access - through a window - tall ceilings add to the elevated stature of the space. It’s a favourite of clever couples and professionals who love privacy, stately settings, and an atmosphere particularly conducive to creativity from dusk to dawn.