As a particularly modest gem, Haus Röllinghoff rests on its moat in peaceful Ramsdorf, the green district of Velens. Yet the interior of the former knight's estate conceals a valuable treasure: one of the oldest secular halls in the western Münsterland that has been preserved in its original form.
A western wing from the early 16th century is the last stone witness to the long history of the building. As early as the Middle Ages, the estate served as the main farm and feudal estate of the Lords of Steinfurt, who had a territory in the Holy Roman Empire. In 1711, the estate came into Velen ownership and has since been extended with numerous alterations and additions. The two-storey red brick building is surrounded by a beautiful pond. Like a well-kept secret, the interior and exterior relics of Haus Röllinghoff are inhabited and preserved by the current owners.