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Lovely little castle with a large garden around it. There are some nice shell covered buildings / statues in the gardens, including a small grotto beneath the waterfall, which is sadly not accesible. Tour of the castle was great.
Bus 8 from Arnhem train station stops a few hundred meters from the entrance. Arrive in good time to get a place on the next guided tour. Splendid country house and grounds with lake and folly. First class tour of the house– with English text...More
Bit far from Amsterdam, we came here is actually for the great old cemetery for 2nd world war behind this castle. The park is very nice and so beauty, water is the main attraction from this park, i would say it is water castle. The...More
You need to pay for entrance to castle & park (inclusive guided tour in Dutch). They won't allow you to roam the castle on your own because they need to secure the loose contents of the castle. We were instructed only 2 of the rooms...More
A days visit when you like a beautifull old house with a castle tower. A lot to see all rooms in this house are with furniture. Please also visit the garden. Outside rooms with shels on the walls and sealing. And on sunny days for...More
The rooms in this castle are very interesting, esp. the stories regarding the etiquette versus new inhabitants of Rozendaal. But many castles have nice rooms. Besides a thorny chair, this castle distinguishes itself with its nice gardens, with drinkable free-flowing water, a nice shell-corner, and...More
This castle feels like someone is still living here with old and some more modern decoration. The gardens are beautifull and you should really check out the so called "Bedriegertjes", a water garden, perfect for kids!