Babérliget Luxury Mansion is situated in the heart of Somogy County, 25 minutes from the summer holiday city of Lelle at Lake Balaton to one direction and 25 minutes from Kaposvár, the historic capital of the region.
Stylish Provincial Accomodation
Surrounded by fields of lavender, fruit trees and vineyards, this gorgeous 900 m2/9688 square foot Provence style mansion is set in a beautiful enclosed area amongst the hills of Somogy. Originally a beloved home of Count Békeffy from the late 19th century onwards, the property counts a beautiful alley of magnificent chestnut trees forming a shady alley leading from the house to the gardens.
Romantic weekend, wedding and event venue
The Babérliget Luxury Mansion is recommended for families, gathering of friends, couples on honeymoon and those who are looking for a romantic weekend as well as for weddings and corporate events.
‘Mixing the kitchen of Milan and Polány like this makes Babérliget’s gastronomy absolutely unique and gives you truly exciting tastes.’
‘During my days in Polány, all I could think of was that there was no better place for writing than this village: inspiring, homely and full of love.’
‘And for those who read Hamvas Béla’s thoughts in the Mansion: you will have a purified soul and body and will regret the moment when you have to say goodbye to the house where everything tells you that you are home and where values, calmness and love await you.’
‘I’m a fan of Babérliget Mansion’s style. The mixture of antique furnitures and modern design elements represents a perfect harmony which of the dining room is a perfect example.’
Mert utazni jó, utazni érdemes
‘Beautiful environment, exceptional hospitality.I can only suggest for people who are eager to hide from the world a little bit.’
‘I left a piece of my heart in Babérliget. This is something that everybody should see and feel. Thank you for everything, we are hoping that we can come back soon.’
‘An environment made with really good taste, extra thoughtful staff: this place is simply perfect. We’ve just left, but already want to come back.’
‘It’s really hard to find the proper words when I think of Babérliget, because it’s a place what is need to be felt. The time stops there and the other parts of the World also disappear.’