Round House De Rees and Geldersche Toren
9.21 km (Approximately 02:18 u)
Your route starts at Restaurant de Luchte. From here you walk to Leuvenheim, for a discovery of special historical places on the edge of the Veluwezoom. At the back of the picture you will discover Huis De Rees, a stately building that dates back to 1833. As early as 1642, a defensible manor house, a fief of the Duchy of Gelre, complete with a moat and a gate tower with drawbridge. You walk back via De Geldersche Toren, a large round tower. This is mentioned as early as 1535 in a piece by the Duke Karel van Gelre, Count of Zutphen, about the new construction of the tower. It can be concluded from the text that there was even a tower before that, but it is not known from which year it dates.
|# ||Description ||Distance |
| ||Restaurant de Luchte (Zutphensestraatweg, 6956 AB, Rheden, Gelderland, The Netherlands) ||0.00 km |
| ||Huis De Rees (6974 AK, Brummen, Gelderland, The Netherlands) ||4.67 km |
| ||De Geldersche Toren (Gelderse Toren, 6974LC, Brummen, Gelderland, The Netherlands) ||8.00 km |
| ||Restaurant de Luchte (Zutphensestraatweg, 6956 AB, Rheden, Gelderland, The Netherlands) ||9.21 km |
Restaurant de Luchte
6956 AB Rheden
At Restaurant De Luchte you have a magnificent view over the IJssel and the villages behind it. Ideal if you want to explore this beautiful region a bit better with a walk or bike ride. Come in and enjoy honest, pure and fresh dishes. In this atmospheric restaurant it is wonderful to relax and meet. The restaurant has a rich history that dates back to the mid-eighteenth century. Also nice to combine with the Veluwezoom!
Huis De Rees
6974 AK Brummen
The current building dates from 1833. However, its origins are much older, in 1642 it became a fief of the Duchy of Gelre. According to prints, the building was then a defensible manor with a moat and a gate tower with a drawbridge. De Rees was, and is now again, in use as a retreat center.
De Geldersche Toren
Independently fortified building from the Middle Ages that was easily defended at that time and in the past was mostly inhabited by the noble families of the Netherlands