Dommelrode Castle

Sint-Oedenrode, Netherlands

Dommelrode Castle was built in 1605 by the sheriff of the Peelland quarter. It has long been a monastery, but today it serves as the city hall of Sint-Oedenrode.



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Founded: 1605
Category: Castles and fortifications in Netherlands


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Roy Colbers (5 months ago)
Awesome place!
tugba FINDIK (2 years ago)
It is an amazong castle surrounded by a park. It was closed when we arrived on Saturday 13:00
Tomasz Krajewski (3 years ago)
Stunning, picturesque
Konstantin Tucin (3 years ago)
Discovered this place via Social Deal. For 3-dishes menu in medieval castle (for 25 euro) I had no high expectations. Imagine my surprise when the food was at my table: an explanation what is on my plate followed by a incredible taste. I would definitely recommend this place.
Thiago Soares (4 years ago)
A really nice small castle.
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