Landgoed 't Reelaer est un sentier en boucle de 13.5 kilomètres situé près de Heino, Overijssel en Pays-Bas. Le sentier vous présentera des fleurs sauvages et sa difficulté est évaluée comme facile. Le sentier est principalement utilisé pour la randonnée, la marche et le vélo de route.

Distance: 13.5 km Dénivelé: 126 m Type d'itinéraire: Boucle


vélo de route


voie aménagée

vue panoramique

fleurs sauvages


parcours urbain

site historique


The Landgoed 't Reelaer walking route is a beautiful walk that starts and ends at the station of the rustic town of Heino in Overijssel. During this walk you enjoy the Vlaminckhorst and 't Reelaer estates. You walk through an area where time has stood still. The walk is mostly on unpaved hiking trails. The Reelaer, also called 't Re (e) laer, is a must-have on the road between Heino and Raalte. The castle used to be in the hamlet of Tijenraan, which was part of the Raalterwoolde mark in Schoutambt Raalte. The Reelaer was first mentioned in 1430, when it concerns leaseholds from the bishop of Utrecht and later from the States of Overijssel. In the following centuries it belonged to various noble families, including the van Ittersum and Van Vidal families. Since 1911, Het Reelaer has been in the hands of the Van Welderen family, which bears the name of Baron Rengers. The original havezate was demolished in the 10s of the 19th century. In addition to the main building, the current villa also consists of a stable building, a coach house and a construction house. In 1939 the estate of Het Reelaer consisted of 240 hectares. Heino is rich in country estates, beautiful landscapes and houses. The same concepts are often encountered. In short, a havezathe is a 'noble carpentry'. That's what people used to call it to indicate that it was (or could be) a house for someone who was noble. Now this is the speak of a country house or castle. Certain rights could be derived from the possession of havezathes. For example, in the past one could obtain knightly rights if one met various conditions, whereby possession of a possession was one of those conditions. Furthermore, if someone had political ambitions (schout, drost or in national politics) then it was almost necessary to live in a possession. Heino used to have a havezathe (Den Breedenhorst) but it was demolished in 1804. Fortunately, another came back later: Den Alerdinck was transferred from Dalfsen to Heino by a municipal reorganization. Another example of a havezathes is museum castle Het Nijenhuis (in Wijhe, but at Heino). The word spieker is derived from 'spicarium' and that meant 'storage shed'. A few centuries ago, landlords from the city came to their estate for the summer months. Then there was a storage shed with simple addition. Later it became a home, which the landlord had built at his lease farm. Then a period of renovation began until real country houses were created. Several estates have been created in this way in Heino, with the Vlaminckhorst remaining the most in its original state: nothing has been added. Examples of spiekers are: Vlaminckhorst, Colckhof, Het Rozendael and De Gunne.

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