Manor House Beidendorf
The Beidendorf manor house is located in the middle of small settlements next to the road. At first sight, it appears as a multi-storey, plastered, and very simply articulated building that hardly strikes you as a manor house.
It is currently inhabited by several families. Around 1600, the house was occupied by Ilse von Lohe from the House of Scharfstorf-Beidendorf after marrying Dinnies von Pressentin. In the mid-18th century, Beidendorf was in the possession of the von Bülow family who were also farming on the neighboring Scharfstorf estate. From 1923 to 1933, the property was owned by the Glantz family.
Beidendorf has a remarkable rubblestone church that dates back to the early 13th century. It is now owned by the Beidendorf-Dambeck parish.