Old Porter’s Lodge

Our cozy “Old Porter’s Lodge”, approx. 110m² in size, is located on the outer bailey of the Lütetsburg castle complex. The outer bailey is the oldest part of the water castle and dates from around 1500. Here, in the western part of the castle complex, was once the access area to the complex and thus also the apartment of the gatekeeper. This is the reason how this domicile, which meanwhile has been converted into a holiday home, got its name.

This apartment has two bedrooms, a large living room with a fireplace, a kitchen with dining table and two bathrooms. Each room is done up with antique furniture and attention to detail.

The larger bedroom is furnished with a double bed (180x200cm) and the smaller one with a single bed (90x200cm). Here a guest mattress can optionally be added. The two bathrooms each have a shower, a toilet and sink. In the spacious and well-equipped kitchen Fresh North Sea fish can be prepared just as well as venison from the hunting grounds of the count’s family.

After long walks in the castle park or a round of golf you can wind down and relax in the large living room.

For the duration of your stay you can park your car free of charge on the castle grounds.

Size – approx. 110 m²


up to 3 persons: 120 EUR per night
each additional person: 20 EUR per night

(plus 80 EUR final cleaning costs)

From April to October, the minimum stay is 1 week (Sat-Sat), in the remaining months it is 3 nights.

Arrival is possible from 15 o’clock. The latest departure time is 10 o’clock.

Additional services : 

Bicycles – Please indicate at the time of reservation if you wish to rent bicycles for your stay. Prices on request. 

Baby bed – 10 Euro per stay

Pet fee – 30 Euro per stay

Upon your arrival, one set of towel and bed linen per person is available free of charge – if you want a change set, we will charge you an additional 7 Euro per person and set.

Please note: Since the outer bailey of Lütetsburg Castle also houses the “Kulturscheune” (“Culture Barn”), it may occasionally become a little louder during events such as conferences, readings, etc. This remains the exception and is usually limited to a maximum of 10 pm.