Since the 14th year, Eicks Castle has been a castle-like Fronhof. The castle, built in 1690, is standard type of the Rhenish aristocratic seat: 2-part moated castle with a towered, 3-winged outer bailey and separate manor house. The outer bailey of the 17th year is essentially original and was originally plastered. The gate passage with the alliance coat of arms Syberg/ Palandt is simply designed. The drawbridge is replaced by a masonry bridge arch.
The large gate of the outer bailey is open when the owners are there. The facility can be viewed well from the street. If you drive around the castle, you have a beautiful view of the baroque garden.