Polizu Manor is a former princely residence built between 1870-1878 by the last Moldavian ruler, Constatin Ghica-Deleni, in the village of Maxut, Iasi county. Until 1946 the manor represented the summer residence for the family and its following heirs. However, in 1946 it succumbed under the atrociousness of the communist regime. Until 2006 it suffered outrageous degradations. During this period it functioned as a military barrack or was included inside forms of communist administration. Fortunately, in 2006 the manor was introduced in a process of restoration that lasted for five years. The smallest details were taken into consideration, through the concept of offering its initial form, by combining the comfort and luxurious atmosphere of the end of the XIX-th century with the necessities of a modern tourist.
The Polizu domain is composed of a main building and a number of annexes that represented the former houses of the staff. The built area measures up to 1150 sqm, with an afferent park of 52 acres. The main building has a number of 9 rooms, to which we can add 5 rooms from one of the refurnished annexes.
Main building. Guests can be lodged in a number of 14 rooms, double or twin. Upon request we may add extra beds to these rooms, a maximum of one/room. All rooms are furnished and decorated according to a neoclassical style, with elements from the XVIII-XIX century. In the basement of the building, a wine cellar with all the necessary equipment can be the place for tastings, cooking classes, movie watching or for a large number of other relaxing activities.
Park and domain. The dendrologic park has a large number of trees and shrubs: walnut trees, birches, fir trees, chestnut trees, hazelnut tree, edelflower etc. The orchards are made of sour-cherry trees, cherry trees and apple trees. We also grow tomatoes, cucumbers, onions and many more vegetables and fruits.