Matthias Kleber has been working at the Resort since 2011 – and he isn’t tired yet: the former manager of the German National Team of Chefs is a gourmet through and through. As an ambassador of the Brandenburg and Berlin agriculture association “pro agro”, regionalism is a top priority for him: “Why charge around the supermarket when you can go to your local market?” You may well bump into the charismatic culinary director when shopping in the centre of the Fontane city. An entry in Neuruppin’s Roll of Honour – a matter of honour.
Marko Bartz keeps 200 chickens, 150 ducks, 100 geese, four heifers and one bull on his farm, exclusively for our establishment. The near-natural rearing guarantees the finest quality – and the best breakfast eggs, daily.
Neue Straße 3, 16818 Dabergotz
Seasonal fruit and vegetables are harvested at Rixmanns Hof in Linum and sold in the farm shop, along with marmalades, liqueurs and fruit wines.
11 honey bee colonies have been living in Neuruppin’s old town since 2012 – Georg’s Kultur Imkerei is located directly behind the monastery church, near the Resort Mark Brandenburg.
Erich-Mühsam-Straße 14/15, 16816 Neuruppin
Smooth juniper and handmade botanicals from the Prignitz lend the “Gans Gin” a soft, fruity note. Our congratulations go to the Gans Feinbrand Manufaktur, which received the 2017 World Spirits Award for this product.
The handcrafted hemp and linseed oil from Anke Stamer’s Katerbow Mill is an organic product from Brandenburg. Whether you enjoy 1 to 2 tablespoons to boost your whole body, with hearty quark yoghurt or as part of a sweet breakfast: the hemp and linseed oil is rich in omega 3 acids and mild in taste and is as versatile as it is delicious.
…and if you want to take a souvenir home with you, you can also find the oils on sale in the hotel shop.
Through careful care and feed from exclusively own production, the cattle grow up particularly naturally and gently. The use of medicines is almost completely avoided and antibiotic agents are not even used. During the cold winter months the herd is kept in an open playpen, which is strewn with fresh straw and offers the animals a safe place from the cold.