White Guest roomThe main living room ; Yellow room
Charming Rooms in a real Castle A
Charming Rooms in a real Castle A
16 guests
4 bedrooms
6 beds
3 baths
16 guests
4 bedrooms
6 beds
3 baths
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Be welcome and feel at home in our 12th century castle ! Feel the 800 years of charm and history.
We have 4 guest rooms (so not the whole castle !). See other Airbnb-page to rent other rooms : https://www.airbnb.nl/rooms/8277992?guests=1&s=EvsABLB_.
If you want to rent the whole castle see page : https://www.airbnb.nl/rooms/3260852?guests=1&s=EvsABLB_.
Reviews see airbnb page : https://www.airbnb.nl/rooms/1969639.

Rates are higher between 27/12 and 1/1. Discuss with us to find the rates.

The space

Be welcome and feel at home in our 12th century castle ! Feel the 800 years of charm and history. In Castle Vorden all your worries seem very far away.
In the 3rd floor under the attic, we can accommodate you in one of our 3 large guest rooms, which can be reached through the (separate from the rest of the castle) medieval sandstone spiral staircase (50 steps). In the 2nd floor there is another extra large room. All rooms have a luxurious, cozy, authentic antique furnishing including a four-poster canopy Kingsize beds. In principle, the 4 rooms can accomodate 12 persons, but if needed extra sleeping places (around 4) can be made (f.i. for children). All rooms have a stunning view on the surrounding gardens, forest and meadows.

We are constantly working to make more attractive the castle to visitors. Wander during daytime through our atmosphere authentically furnished rooms, secret passages, towers and vaults, Admire the beautiful antique furniture, paintings, sculptures, carvings, porcelain, etc. from the 17-19e century, eg. In the Red Room with donated by Princess Beatrix round table. Fresh flowers and plants decorations complement the cozy homely feel.

Besides inside the castle, you can sit and relax also in our restaurant 't Kasteelhaantje or outside on the terrace with a beautiful view on the surrounding meadows and forests.

Guest access

Most of the castle during day (not at night) can be visited, except the private areas, where we live. The use of other rooms or areas than the ones rented, is only allowed if agreed and paid for.

Interaction with guests

In principle you are received at arrival by us, or someone representing us.
Accidentally during your stay as we are around.
In principle, guests make their own breakfasts (supermarkets are at walking distance). You may use the fridge and crockery/cutlery of the cellar kithchen.
If you want to have a breakfast served, then the charges are EUR 12,50 p.p.

Other things to note

Please go at arrival first to the Restaurant 't Kasteelhaantje. We will serve you a drink before you come to the Castle


Amenities
Kitchen
Essentials
Shampoo
Heating

Sleeping arrangements
Bedroom 1
2 king beds, 2 floor mattresses
Bedroom 2
1 king bed, 1 floor mattress
Bedroom 3
1 king bed, 1 floor mattress
Bedroom 4
2 king beds, 2 floor mattresses
Common spaces
2 sofas

House Rules
No smoking
Check in is anytime after 4PM
Check out by 11AM

* There is a kitchen with dining tables that can be used. However, the renting of the rooms does not include the use the inner court and garden or the other rooms/cellars, etc.. for parties, events, BBQ's, etc. If guests want to do this they have to discuss this for an extra fee.
* No running in the Castle
* no smoking (we have smoke detectors)
* Unless otherwise agreed, no noise after 22.00hrs
* Normal behavior (as if it is your own house). Children should know that things should not be broken or made dirty, etc.

You must also acknowledge
Dog(s) and cat(s) live in the house

Cancellations

34 Reviews

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Sarah User Profile
August 2017
We booked two rooms in the tower. The accommodation consisted of two bedrooms, each with a four poster bed (consisting of two singles pushed together). One bedroom had a private ensuite bathroom leading directly off the bedroom (a shower, no bath). The other bedroom (red canopy bed) had an ensuite with a Jacuzzi bath and a shower. You accessed this bathroom via a corridor, directly leading to and from the bedroom. The corridor was lockable. The bathrooms were very clean with towels, hand-soap and a sachet of shampoo provided. There was also a hairdryer. Both bedrooms (including the one via the corridor) led directly to a lounge area consisting of sofas, chairs, bookcases, some games and a set of steps that led up to a ‘look out’ area within the tower. Off the lounge area were two locked doors (we presumed these were other guest bedrooms, but cannot confirm this). If you stay in this property, you may need to share the lounge area with other guests (if they were staying). No-one else stayed while we were there. The entire floor (or rooms) was accessed by a set of very steep stone, spiral stairs. No lift was available. This was not a problem as we could cope with the climb. The door at the base of the stone stairs was never locked, nor was the door at the top into the guest lounge area. Bedrooms could be locked however. The cellar kitchen was accessed from outside the courtyard. The door led from the courtyard directly down to some more wooden steps, and into the kitchen. The kitchen consisted of a very large table and chairs, a sink, a fridge, a microwave, a dishwasher and a range-style cooker. There were plenty of cups, saucers, plates, cutlery and cooking utensils. From the kitchen and the base of the stone staircase, you could access various rooms in the castle. These were for castle visitors, not for guests use. The whole cellar area was filled with plastic/pretend food, as if it was a museum. There were no room guides or information. We were free to explore parts of the castle. There was no TV or radio (as stated). Wi-Fi was available in the cellar kitchen only, not in the guest rooms. The furniture was period style and old, as expected in a castle. but most of it was very shabby, stained and dusty. It was described as ‘luxurious’ on the website. It was in style and design, but not in cleanliness. On arrival, the restaurant and castle was closed. The castle opened on a Wednesday from 11am-5pm. It was closed on Monday and Tuesday when we were there. It was difficult to work out where to greet the owner on arrival, as instructions said to go to the restaurant. This was closed. There was no welcome drink on arrival. When the restaurant and castle were open on Wednesday, members of the public were free to wander around by themselves. The guest ‘lounge area’ was...

Emma User Profile
August 2015
Karin was extremely welcoming and we felt very much that she wanted us to treat it as home. It's a very impressive place (open to the public for paid entry) and we felt honored to be there after hours. She has gone to great lengths to restore the castle and whilst we were there an army of garnders were working in the well kept grounds. We hired bikes locally and cycled part of the well signposted "8 castle route" which is highly recommended.

Monique User Profile
July 2017
Charming castle, perfect location to start or end part of the Pietenpad. I'd stay again in a heartbeat should the opportunity arise. Karin is a perfect host and very friendly. Thank you again for everything, Karin!

Sascha User Profile
June 2017
Karin and Just are very friendly People! The Castle is amazing!!! Highly recommended!!!

Maurice User Profile
April 2017
Kastel Vorden isone of a kind venue in the middle of a very cosy countryside of East Holland. Very well maintained castle with stunning surroundings worth visiting especially decorated with myriades of Beautiful flowers and blossoming trees. Worth seeing and trying is also the nice and cosy restaurant besides the castle. Finally what would be a fantastic venue without passionate people like our hosts? And we found them there too! A must do!!

Michiel User Profile
January 2017
We had a realy great time in this amazing stunning castle. Karin is really kind and is also a brilliant cook. I higly recommend this place to anyone who wants to feel how the Dutch nobility lived. Very beautiful and romantic.

Sue User Profile
August 2016
I stayed at the castle on my own for two nights in August. It was a wonderfully peaceful and atmospheric expereince. My room was extremly comfortable and I was able to come and go as I pleased. The castle, it's grounds and the surrounding area, are stunning. I spent the weekend walking and cycling around the woodland tracks and small rounds of this area of NL - it was beautiful. Karin prepared a delicious breakfast served at the adjoining castle cafe. It's great to take your time in savour the tastes and the surroundings of this rustic and homely eating area. I am planning to visit the castle again with friends. It will be a perfect place for my girlfriends and I, to stay; an ideal venue for relaxation, chatter and country walks.

Vorden, NetherlandsJoined in November 2013
Karin User Profile
I have lived my whole live to own my own castle and since 2004, I am the proud owner of the Castle of Vorden. I have refurbished it back to the old style including its furniture. I love to see other castles and antiques like paintings, etc..
Languages: Deutsch, English, Nederlands
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