Nestled in an avenue of lime trees, the simple castle complex of Haus Venne with its symmetrically assigned outbuildings is situated in the most beautiful Münsterland park landscape. The private manor house completes the quartet of Drensteinfurt's moated castles and thus invites visitors on a worthwhile tour of discovery of the four Westphalian noble houses.
Haus Venne was first mentioned in documents as early as the 13th century. It then changed hands several times before being taken over by the von Ascheberg family in 1611. According to the plans of the architect Lambert Friedrich Corfey, a new Baroque building was constructed in 1716. The famous master builder Johann Conrad von Schlaun also contributed his expertise and designed the garden house in his unmistakably impressive Baroque architectural style.
Today, three of the outbuildings serve as farm buildings, and the fourth houses the castle chapel with lavish rococo furnishings.
Brides and grooms can say "I do" in the stylish ambience of Haus Venne. The well-tended gardens and the magnificent chapel provide a picture-perfect backdrop for an unforgettable day and beautiful photo memories.
Actually, the privately inhabited estate can only be enjoyed from the outside at a distance, but now landlord Adrian Dietrich invites you to put on your headphones and explore Haus Venne together with him: This includes the baroque main house, the magnificent rococo chapel and a short walk through the park. This audio journey takes you on a very personal journey through time!
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