Stroll through the inviting idyll of a picturesque landscape park, celebrate and dine in historic rooms or sleep like the court nobility once did - you can do all that at the Keppelborg in Heek. The former Burgmannshof opens its magnificent gates and brings the medieval splendour of the former Nienborg Castle to life.
When the two-winged building was erected in the 15th or 16th century in the course of the old castle wall, the von Keppel family, which gave the castle its name, was the castle lord. After the first extensive building measures in the 17th and 18th centuries, the castle manor with its two-storey manor house with basement and newer farm building passed by marriage to the noble family "von Heyden". Through inheritance, the Keppelborg became the property of the "von Hove" family in 1977, who have since lived in and preserved the house with active monument protection.
You can visit the former Burgmannenhof for private celebrations or tourist and cultural events, such as the summer academy or readings. Guided tours are available on request.