The original manor house at Nettehammer, three times the height of the current structure, was built in 1891. The current roof serves only to protect the remains against further collapse, and was not part of the original construction. The “house where trees grow” was renovated in 1905 by the Belgian architect Henry van de Velde, who also finished it with magnificent, custom-made furniture. During the Second World War, the manor house was destroyed by allied bombers aiming for the bridge over the Rhine at Neuwied. Refurbishment schemes from 1950 thankfully fell by the wayside, so that the cultural history of the original manor house could be partially preserved to this day. The ruins are one of the most beloved sights at Nettehammer- they offer a stunningly atmospheric backdrop for photo and film shoots at weddings, family gatherings, corporate getaways, and other celebrations and events.

Function rooms


Hermann-Viktor Luithlen
Gut Nettehammer
56626 Andernach

+49 2632 957141

+49 172 2329122


In Brief   Beautiful, family-run estate
Ideal for festive events
Capacity   30 – 130 seated guests 
Interior   2 function rooms, 2 receiving rooms
(650-2600 sq ft)

Garden area within park grounds (10 ac)


Weddings, familiy celebrations, corporate events


Additional information
On-site wedding ceremonies
Plentiful parking
Fully accessible
Location Andernach, on the edge of the Eifel, in the heart of the Rhineland 
A short drive from Dusseldorf, Cologne, Bonn and Frankfurt