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Very nice castle set in beautiful surrounding

Although we did not actaully visit inside this castle, I can recommend following some of the... read more

Reviewed 9 July 2018
Heemskerk, The Netherlands
Interesting restored castle

Romantic place found after a short walk through nature. We were guided by a costumed lady so that... read more

Reviewed 31 May 2018
Christ F
Wuppertal, Germany
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Reviewed yesterday

It's a bit of a trek down from the car park, so wear decent shoes! - but when you're there, the castle, which is a 20th Century reconstruction, is utterly breathtaking. The tours (provided in French and Dutch) are well delivered, in character, provided clearly...More

Thank jimh76
Reviewed 9 July 2018

Although we did not actaully visit inside this castle, I can recommend following some of the beautiful walking trails in the surrounding area. You can start at the castle entrance and follow the walks down through the trees to the river below. The scenary is...More

Thank Michael1111
Reviewed 26 June 2018

A beautifuly restaured castle in an epic landscape. The castle once in ruins was meticulously restaured by volunteers during the early 70ties. Once property of the Princes of Metternich, a certain Van Overloop from Brussels bought the ruins and started working on what we see...More

Thank DSantwerpen
Reviewed 31 May 2018

Romantic place found after a short walk through nature. We were guided by a costumed lady so that we had a perfect medieval impression. However, the castle once being a garnison was nearly decayed and had been completely rebuilt by a historician. The interior was...More

Thank Christ F
Reviewed 23 January 2018 via mobile

We had a wonderful tour, our well informed guide gave us a lot of information about the castle. We happened upon a day with a decent amount of snow, and found some of the walking slippery. It’s a decent walk to & from the car...More

Thank Catcat7501
Reviewed 23 December 2017 via mobile

We had a lovely afternoon touring this beautiful castle. Had a great tour guide who clearly knew the history. After we walked down to the stream to a lovely old windmill, called Moulin du Bayehon, which is now a cafe/restaurant. Well worth the walk.

Thank chrss96
Reviewed 25 July 2017 via mobile

there was a tour in french, dutch and german (8,50 for adults, 6,50 for kids). difficult to understand, badly delivered, no room to ask questions, very boring for kids. castle has beautiful setting but the interior is filled with tacky props. would recommend the area...More

1  Thank Andries O
Reviewed 23 July 2017

Great spot and interesting place overlooking a lovely tree covered river valley. Well worth a look and then an explore of the valley.

Thank princecharlie
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Reviewed 18 June 2017 via mobile

This place is beautiful! The people who work here are so kind and friendly. The castle is amazing. The artifact and historical objects they have collected are incredible. Definitely plan a visit here, and if you're so inclined leave some time for hiking in the...More

2  Thank A TripAdvisor Member
Reviewed 26 May 2017

This castle is an oddball. It was built, abandoned and slowly deteriorated due to the many changes of power over the centuries (old people here have changed citizenship several times without having moved due to World Wat I & II). In the 70s, it was...More

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Yenthe O
9 August 2017|
Response from Marc S | Reviewed this property |
Hi Yenthe, you can access the castle lower court and pub with a wheelchair. Visiting the castle and its surrounding can not be done in a wheelchair. Best regards, Marc