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Burg Hohensolms

Castle · Lahntal · 422 m
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    Burg Hohensolms
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The Protestant Youth Castle Hohensolms is THE children's and youth guesthouse of the Protestant Church in Hesse and Nassau.

The Counts of Solms rebuilt Hohensolms Castle in 1350 after their first castle was completely destroyed elsewhere in 1349. The furnishings of the knights' hall, the carvings in the staircase and the ornate wood panelling in the upper chambers have been preserved from the former residence of the Counts of Solms-Hohensolms. The castle has been owned by the Protestant Church in Hesse and Nassau since 1953 and is used as a guesthouse for children and young people. The house offers plenty of space for children and young people in the castle (main building) with multi-bed rooms and some rooms for leaders with their own shower/WC. In the modern Marstall there are 18 rooms with shower/WC for 2 - 6 persons. Numerous conference rooms for 20 - 200 people are available. The former princely seat of Hohensolms has been a youth castle since 1924.

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Entrance fees to the attraction - None - An outside tour is almost always possible after consultation with the reception. A guided tour of the castle for groups (for a fee) is possible by prior arrangement by telephone with our reservations team. House management (Mr Peter Perrins):


50.654553, 8.514172
50°39'16.4"N 8°30'51.0"E
32U 465657 5611523
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Burg Hohensolms

Burgstraße 12
35644 Hohenahr-Hohensolms
Phone (0049) 6446 92310 Fax (0049) 6446 6650
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