The Burg Husen is a protected residential tower, whose current form dates back to the 17th century. The origins of the building trace even further back to the 13th century. Surrounding the Burg Husen is approximately 7000 square meters of land, featuring meadows and various stands of trees. The property, located in Dortmund-Syburg, lies within the triangle formed by the cities of Dortmund, Schwerte, and Hagen.

Since 1984, Burg Husen has been owned by the Verband Christlicher Pfadfinderinnen und Pfadfinder (VCP) Land Westfalen. Since then, various structural changes have been made to the interior of the building, transforming Burg Husen into the center of VCP Westfalen, housing the state office, youth holiday home, and youth campsite.

The youth holiday home and the campsite are rented separately or together, depending on the preferences and size of the groups. The youth holiday home accommodates up to 26 people. Spread across two floors, it features four rooms, each with six beds, and one room with two beds. The self-catering kitchen is equipped with everything necessary for meal preparation. Two common rooms (measuring 32 sqm and 20 sqm respectively, the larger one with a fireplace) are available for dining, working, and socializing. Additionally, there are two washrooms with a total of 4 showers and 5 toilets.

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