Andernach · Romantischer Rhein
The location of Burg Namedy Castle in a flat plain on the Rhine near Andernach makes this noble seat founded by the Hausmann family stand out from most of the other castle and palace complexes. At the same time, the original moated castle probably built in the 14th century is scarcely recognisable. In the 16th century, among other things, three round towers were added to Namedy Palace. After the destruction by Swedish troops in 1633, a Baroque reconstruction followed, which underwent remodelling in 1896 and then again between 1907 and 1911 modified rearrangements, in which the main building was heightened by a complete storey and a north and south wing added to Namedy Palace.
Burg Namedy Castle presents itself as a historicised complex with a mediaeval core and offers a unique setting for weddings, celebrations and concerts.