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This is the castle of one of the oldest and most important nobility of Belgium. The castle needs maintenance but is still impressive and shows the old "grandeur". Main theme is abouth the prince Charles-Joseph (Field marshal and writer, befriended to emperors and kings).
Nice castle in the north west of Belgium. Only a small part of the building can be visited. The gardens are beautiful but not really well taken care of. The ponds were dirty and there is not a single flower. If you want to use...More
We were headed for Mons so decided to stop off here for a visit. An impressive looking chateau, it is sadly in need of some tlc inside but maybe we are just spoilt by the fabulous upkeep of National Trust properties in the UK. You...More
We decided to visit as the Chateau is only 30 minutes away from Mons. We eat in the on-site restaurant and the food was tasty but I believe overpriced.
We paid to enter the Chateau and grounds. Although the grounds cover a large area, with...More
Historic, superb castle, interieurs & park. Each Spring, the castle hosts an amaryllis exhibition - artistic displays of these lilly-like flowers arranged in exquisite fashion in majestic staircases, corridors and dining, reading & bedrooms furnished in 17th C style. Must see ! The castle is...More
Having read the mixed reviews we approached the chateau with an open mind. We forgot to check the opening times and arrived around noon on a Sunday. Fortunately, the cafe in the chateau grounds was open and took a table (one of the last) in...More
I've been here three times, twice of which with international friends, because I really wanted to show them. Totally love it. The garden is impressive and great for just walking around. Very calm and relaxing.
It is a gorgeous place to visit. We had to go twice because although we had checked the website the morning we drove there, the chateau was closed as the Princess was getting married there that day. Three coaches of tourists also turned up, one...More
From a distance the Chateau and gardens are beautiful. However once you get up close, oh dear it has been neglected. The gardens are just green lawn, and someone needs to sort out the pathways, i.e. add a drain-away so you can walk on them....More