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Kasteel Huis Bergh

Hof van Bergh 8, 7041 AC 's-Heerenberg, The Netherlands
+31 314 661 281
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A very attractive castle with bright green moat!

We contented ourselves with external views of this splendid moated castle, which is situated in the... read more

Reviewed 28 June 2018
johnhouston2
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Knaresborough, United Kingdom
Nice objective for a short trip with family

The caste has medieval origins, you only see that in an upon the tower which is accessible with a... read more

Reviewed 3 March 2018
IWNoordergraaf
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Groningen
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Kasteel Huis Bergh in 's Heerenberg is een kasteel zoals een kasteel hoort te zijn. Met een slotgracht, een ophaalbrug, wapperende vlaggen, rood-wit gekleurde luiken en verdedigingstorens. Eens was het imposante kasteel het stamslot van de machtige heren en graven Van den Bergh. Tegenwoordig kan iedereen zich terugtrekken in een kasteeltoren en zich baden in luxe. Twee van de drie oorspronkelijke verdedigingstorens op de voorburcht van kasteel Huis Bergh zijn ingericht als luxueuze suites voor twee personen. Daar kunt u de sfeer van de Middeleeuwen proeven en de intimiteit ervaren van de dikke kasteelmuren, de nisjes en de smalle wenteltrap. Tegelijkertijd laat de luxe inrichting van de suites niets te wensen over. Ze zijn voorzien van alle gemakken zoals een moderne badkamer, draadloos internet en een flatscreen. Kasteel Huis Bergh is het grootste en best bewaarde kasteel van Nederland. Het wordt omgeven door een gracht en er is ook een vestigingswal die de burcht gedeeltelijk omsluit. Het kasteel ligt aan de rand van 's Heerenberg, een stadje in de Achterhoek, niet ver van de Duitse grens. De bouwgeschiedenis van het kasteel gaat terug tot de dertiende eeuw, de verdedigingstorens op de voorburcht zijn zestiende-eeuws. Vroeger waren de torens met het kasteel verbonden door een kasteelmuur en bijgebouwen en hadden ze een functie in de verdediging van het kasteel. De suites De twee suites bevinden zich in de platte toren en in de ronde toren. Beide suites bestaan uit twee verdiepingen. Op de eerste verdieping zijn de slaap- en de badkamer. De ronde vorm, de mooie houten vloer en de kleine nisjes met glas-in-lood-ramen geven de kamers een bijzondere sfeer. Op de tweede verdieping is een salon ingericht met een comfortabele bank en fauteuils. Ook is er een kitchenette met een eettafel. Allebei de torens hebben een eigen zonneterras in de buurt van de toren. Gasten kunnen hier genieten van de rust en het uitzicht op het kasteel en het achttiende-eeuwse parkbos De Plantage. Boek nu uw eigen kasteeltoren! Op de gastenlijst van Kasteel Huis Bergh stonden eens koningen, hertogen en vele andere prominenten. Nu is vorstelijk overnachten binnen ieders bereik. Niets staat u in de weg om u kasteelheer of -vrouw te voelen in uw eigen kasteeltoren. Voor een of meerdere nachten.
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Hof van Bergh 8, 7041 AC 's-Heerenberg, The Netherlands
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Reviewed 28 June 2018

We contented ourselves with external views of this splendid moated castle, which is situated in the centre of the pleasant town of ‘s-Heerenberg. The castle is rather beautiful, with unusual brightly painted window shutters. The exterior has some nice gardens and a pleasant courtyard in...More

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Reviewed 3 March 2018

The caste has medieval origins, you only see that in an upon the tower which is accessible with a guide only. The collection of painting representing many people that have been of importance for the Netherland's history is impressive.

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Reviewed 23 October 2016 via mobile

This castle is amazing from the outside. A black swan and ducks were swimming in the moat. The inside is very basic and not really worth paying the 12 euro entrance for seeing it but worth paying for the upkeep of the castle. The cafe...More

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Reviewed 10 October 2016 via mobile

This medieval castle is very impressive and is situated in great scenery. There are some nice gardens at the back and some woods good for a little hike. Walking around the castle is a must and from the back you have the best view of...More

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Reviewed 8 October 2016 via mobile

Nice castle with several buildings. Friendly service on the terrace. The buildings are very well maintained. Compliments. Guided tour is too expensive.

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Reviewed 16 July 2016

This castle has a very interesting history. Burnt down more than once, used for timber production and having the building go to ruins and finally in the hands of a textile plants owner restored to a family home with an eclectic art collection. There are...More

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Reviewed 27 June 2016

Here you take step back in time and ask your self how long it's been kept in the family for such a long time. This castle is also an ideal wedding location, with a superb restaurant to have a lovely lunch.

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Reviewed 26 May 2016 via mobile

I stayed here with my 2 adult daughters. I have always dreamt of staying in a castle and finally did. We stayed in the round part and it was wonderful. Nice updated shower area but still old castle feel. I can't say enough about the...More

Thank njvrvo
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Reviewed 2 March 2016

Huis Bergh in 's-Heereberg along the Dutch-German border is a gem that many visitors to the Netherlands miss. Interestingly, when I mentioned it to my many Dutch friends, only a few of them know about it. I visited the old Dutch castle-manor house with two...More

Thank Frugalitas_Caritas
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Reviewed 29 October 2015

What a romantic place this is! It is in an attractive corner of Gelderland - just; the German border is within walking distance - and not far from the better known cities of Arnhem and Nijmegen, both good bases to visit 's Heerenberg (but you...More

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