Wedde, Netherlands

The Wedderborg first building was built shortly after 1362 by Egge Addinga. Today the main building is surrounded by a moat and consists of a 14th-century cellar, a 15th-century wing, and a 16th-century wing and tower. The Wedderborg is currently used as a hotel and restaurant.



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Hoofdweg 7, Wedde, Netherlands
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Founded: 1362
Category: Palaces, manors and town halls in Netherlands

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Anton Saman (2 years ago)
Centuries-old castle (borg) in the village Wedde area Westerwolde Groningen. Beautifully restored and furnished with a museum function and children's hotel. Rich in history and well worth a visit!
Koos Venema (2 years ago)
A relief post was set up here during the Bruintje Beer Tour. Reception by medieval figures and a barrel organ. The castle, which houses a children's hotel, was part of this sponsored tour. The Castle can also be visited. Great for a trip in beautiful Westerwolde.
Cezar Sas (3 years ago)
Amazing place!
Plippie van Heijningen (3 years ago)
small but very nice looking castle
TheRoaringLion (TheRoaringLion) (3 years ago)
Too bad the little castle was closed, oh well maybe a next time
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