Westhove Castle was once a mighty castle. The castle was already mentioned in a charter from 1277. It belonged to the abbey in Middelburg. It is not clear how old the castle was then. And by whom it was built. Not much remains of the medieval castle. But enough to still capture the imagination! You can still see the lower parts of some towers and some parts of wall work. The castle is largely freely accessible. In the former orangery you will find the Terra Maris museum. Furthermore, a replica of a medieval moth castle has been placed in the garden of the castle. There is a hostel in the castle and the coach houses. You can guess. This is a top destination for children.
Zeeland The Netherlands
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