After an extensive renovation project completed in 2022, this beautiful Chateau in the north of France opens its doors for your wedding celebration.
Once home to royalty, the Chateau is located close to the Belgian border, approximately one hour from Brussells and Lille. It is therefore also easily accessible from the UK with the Chateau being close to Calais for ferry links and Eurostar.
The main tower dates to the middle ages and is an impressive yet romantic feature of the estate. It is now linked by two wings which were added in the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries, creating a setting worthy of a fairytale.
The Chateau now features 9 beautifully refurbished bedrooms with modern bathrooms, which can sleep 18 adults in total - perfect for your family and friends to stay on site and of course there is plenty of additional accommodation nearby for other guests.
The bridal suite is located in the tower itself, for an unforgettable stay as newly weds.
In total, the Chateau can cater for 150 seated guests and is therefore well appointed for both intimate celebrations and larger affairs.
The owners are happy to help you organise your celebrations and will be there to assist as needed every step of the way. They are able to offer a range of services adapted to your needs and budget.
In addition, there is a historic chapel on site which you are welcome to use for your ceremony, to help create a wonderfully romantic atmosphere for your day.
In the four hectares of grounds, there are ancient Druid stones which provide a mystical and mythical air to the woodlands, which are another atmospheric option for your ceremony.
Inside, there are four different reception areas as well as toilets and a catering kitchen. The reception rooms are extensive, covering a total of 250m2.
A POTTED HISTORY:
The castle was a stronghold in the Middle Ages, as evidenced by the Le Bel limestone tower, dating from the 13th century. The current main building was built in the 18th century and remodelled in the 19th century. The castle is composed of a main building and two wings arranged at right angles. The keep is inserted in the angle connecting the main wing (north) and the west wing. The front elevation is made up of nine bays; pilasters punctuate the three central bays. The elevation comprises three levels and an attic floor. The outbuilding bears the date of 1679. The farmhouse has been partially refurbished but has retained the stables and the limestone mangers.
Prices start from 5000 euros for a weekend's exclusive rental of the estate.