Any museum will be jealous of the riches the Anholt castle has in its possession: a library with nine thousand books of the 15th century and documents of the last 600 years, paintings by Rembrandt and Murillo, tapestries by the Belgian artist van Schoor, collections of china and armour. You can also live among this treasure: the castle is turned into a hotel with 28 rooms.
The first round tower of the Anholt castle was constructed in the 12th century. The last stone in the castle was laid in the 15th century. The castle has changed owners several times and is now privately owned. At a certain point in time Anholt was restored in Dutch baroque style, lost its defensive function and became residential, while by the 19th century an English park was laid out around it. If you are not a hotel guest, you can only see the castle interiors with an excursion group.