Welcome to an authentic, comfortable, luxurious and warm atmosphere. This stunning castle, set in the verdant Lorraine countryside, invites you to visit ~ it is not simply a country château but a very unique and magical property. It is a prestigious and authentic château with its primary architecture originating in the 9th century and rebuilt in the 16th century. Grand rooms with Gothic arches and windows are perfect for celebration dinners, weddings, or large family gatherings.
This Gothic Castle offers you 12 hotel rooms classified 3 stars for a total capacity of 26 people. The rooms are spacious and each has its own bathroom:
1 family room in the tower (two rooms with a shared bathroom)
5 superior rooms
6 rooms "Suite"
The castles formal gardens and park estate span a stunning 13,500 m², an ornate fountain and pool are in front of the beautiful facade of the castle also perfect for your beautiful wedding photographs.
Draped curtains, wall tapestries and authentic fireplaces, everything is arranged so as to respect the Gothic atmosphere of the castle.
Let yourself be enchanted by their beauty and history! There is a church in the village for use by special agreement with the Bishop of Verdun, or marriage ceremonies can be performed in the gardens when weather permits or indoors in the Grande Salle. All arrangements for weddings or large celebrations can be made with the on site managers including catering, wine selection, music, photography, flowers and other details. Full staff including chef, concierge and daily maid service is also included.
The Lorraine is the only region of France to border three other countries: Belgium, Luxembourg and Germany, so it is convenient to residents of those countries and convenient for those who wish to travel to them from France.
If you would like further information on this beautiful Chateau then please contact us and we will help you create your dream French wedding venue. Please note that the chateau can accomodate up to 100 guests in nearby hotels.
Nearest Airport: Luxembourg (80km) or Metz (30km); From Paris by TGV (1.5 hours)