For centuries it was probably the most influential manor house in the region: Haus Brückhausen in Alverskirchen. Its owners were always politically influential personalities. Even today, you can still sense this stately charm when you enter the stylishly maintained grounds. Surrounded by fields and meadows, the expanse of the landscape is impressive, and the garden shows its most beautiful side. The view past old fruit trees to the main building is simply enchanting.
Haus Brückhausen, first mentioned in a document in 1361, was extended at the beginning of the 17th century for its then owner, Caspar Höfflinger, as a representative manor house with a moat around the house and the farmyard. The multi-storey brick manor house, which has been preserved to this day, was built in the course of several conversions. Particularly worth seeing is the stucco ceiling in the great hall, which is unique in Münsterland.
Today, Haus Brückhausen is home to a cosy bed & breakfast. In two historically furnished double rooms, guests discover the lifestyle of times long past and enjoy the rural idyll. The rooms are particularly popular with wedding couples. On selected dates throughout the year, lovers can say " I do" at Haus Brückhausen.