About Dobříš Castle
The beautiful, historic interior, the unique French Park with the orangery located in it, as well as the beautiful four-star hotel and the cozy restaurant invite you to visit Dobříš Castle.
The castle became the property of the family in 1630 after Bruno Mansfeld acquired it from Emperor Ferdinand II. The Renaissance castle was converted into a baroque residence with a large garden at the end of the 17th century. In 1720 a fire broke out in the castle, in which it was almost completely destroyed. The reconstruction was carried out by Heinrich Paul Mansfeld in the years 1745 to 1765, whereby the castle, which was used as a summer residence, acquired its present appearance. Heinrich Paul’s daughter Isabella was married to Franz Gundakar Colloredo in 1771. This is how the Colloredo-Mannsfeld family came into being, which remained in Dobříš until 1942, when the family was expropriated by the German Reich. In 1945 the castle was confiscated by the socialist Czechoslovak state and used as a home for writers.
In 1998, Dobříš Castle returned to the family’s possession. Since then, the castle has undergone extensive reconstructions. The current owner is Dipl. Ing. Jerome Colloredo-Mannsfeld.
Historical photographs, taken around 1910
The Hall of Mirrors
The French Park with the Orangery in the background
View of the castle from the French Park
During your excursion to Dobříš Castle, you can also visit...
The French Park with an area of 2 ha., a unique testimony of rococo architecture. The English Park, which was created in the 19th century, with an area of 30 ha.
The Orangery of Dobříš Castle is part of the French Park and hosts several interesting exhibitions.
The chateau restaurant is currently closed until further notice. We will inform you about the opening.
Hotel Château Dobříš
HOTEL ZÁMEK DOBŘÍŠ, 263 01 Dobříš, CZ
+420 722 710 488
+420 318 586 411
GPS: 49.7814817N, 14.1790503E
Colloredo-Mannsfeld spol. s r.o.
263 01 Dobříš č.p. 1 | IČ: 02406781 | DIČ: CZ02406781