The castle of Ottersbach is located in Mantrach, in southern Austria in southern Styria. is. With its vast parks, it offers a splendid setting for visits, celebrations and retrospectives on history. Today as then, weddings, celebrations and celebrations can take place in this unique place thanks to a staff and a professional organization
Schloss Ottersbach History
The castle is a beautiful late Baroque building near the Sulm near Mantrach and is located in the municipality of Großklein. It consists of two wings that meet at an obtuse angle. The oldest northern wing with a high pavilion roof was built around 1616 by Hans Murn on a much older one. The east wing facing south has a tower on the chapel. To the south there is an 18th century building with an agricultural building.
The castle includes a rich library, rooms and rooms with rich stucco around ceilings, windows, doors and frames. At the end of the seventeenth century, the building was enlarged by a hall with stucco ceilings of the Sereni workshop in the east wing, around 1680 the porter's lodge was built and the chapel was completed in the seventeenth century. The castle of Ottersbach has been owned by the Abel family since 1925.
In the castle there is a museum where you can take a journey back in time to the past. In three architectural eras - Gothic, Renaissance, Baroque - the castle of Ottersbach is told with more than 400 years of Styrian history and its family tradition. If you want you can go to the Schlossbar and enjoy soft drinks, local wines or a cappuccino. Castle tours during weddings: interested guests can use the time between the agape and the banquet to participate in guided tours of the castle museum.
Romanticism and charm of past centuries: the rooms offer a very special atmosphere for weddings, celebrations and every event. In front of the idyllic background of the castle are available event rooms, a magnificent park, the bar area and also a modern and equipped kitchen.