One of the most beautiful historicising, neo-Gothic, Tudor-style mansions in Hungary, surrounded by a 24-hectare English landscape garden with rare plants and a pond. The renovated building and its park, as well as several rooms of the mansion, serve as a worthy backdrop for holding wedding ceremonies, banquets, conferences, as well as literary and musical events. The park can be a great venue for team building trainings, large-scale outdoor concerts, or just a relaxing, exciting walk.
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Nádasdladány is located in a favourable site from the point of view of transport, it is 80 km from Budapest and 20 km from Székesfehérvár. The settlement is surrounded by significant tourist destinations from all directions: the eastern shore of Lake Balaton, the Mór wine region, the hiking spots of the Bakony Mountains, and Lake Velence.
Parking in the mansion park is free for event attendees.
The area has full infrastructure, utilities, full mobile network coverage and free wi-fi access. The signal strength of the mobile network fluctuates.
The total floor area of the mansion complex is 3600 m2, of which the rentable event space is 500 m2. The total floor area of the English landscape garden is 24 hectares.
The picturesque Nádasdy Mansion, built in the Tudor style, rises between Lake Balaton and Székesfehérvár, in an English landscape garden. The building, commissioned by Count Ferenc Nádasdy, was erected between 1873 and 1876, with the inclusion of the former baroque building, based on the plans of Budapest-based architect István Linzbauer. The interior design, as well as the design of the library, the chapel and the Hall of Ancestors is associated with architect Alajos Hauszmann. On the ground floor of the main wing there are the spaces of representation, the great salon – the centre of social life, the dining room, the billiard room, the small salon, and the library. The jewel of the building is the wood-panelled Hall of Ancestors, in the wooden panelling of which you can see full-length paintings of famous ancestors.
The mansion has a projector, a projection screen and a sound system.
Ferenc Liszt International Airport, Budapest (104 km)