March 2018: We currently can only accept limited inquiries for weddings and event booking for 2018 and 2019, mostly due to current lack of interior spaces and facilities, which are under renovation. This means small groups work better than larger groups. We try to make it work, but the best way to find out, is to contact us directly on the contact page or submit a booking form. We've been hoping to start renovations in and around the château over the past years, but due to the fact that we're a National Historic Monument, things take much longer than anticipated. Once renovations begin, they will create a somewhat busy, muddy and noisy construction site environment. These renovations may take a while. We cannot confirm any specific dates, as these renovations are governed by the Luxembourg National Service for Monuments and Sites and many external contractors, politics and some decisions that go through lengthy processes. We apologize for any inconveniences caused, and would absolutely love to welcome you in our old and new, bigger and better event spaces and guest rooms in the near future.
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The Big Room
Seats up to 200
We hope to add a new addition to our château, which will be a new elongated room. With a capacity of approximately 200 guests, this space can take most wedding parties, conferences, and small concerts.
This space is currently being evaluated and building plans are ready. We're waiting for approval and permits.
THE SMALL ROOM
Seats up to 50
Currently, this is still the largest room in the main building of the château with just over 60m2. It is mainly used for smaller events, presentations, movies and photo shoots. Opening up directly into the courtyard and the garden, it's an ideal space for parties of up to 40 people.
Seats up to 110
The Orangerie, facing the château in the courtyard, has two levels. The upper level is a former Terrace, which was roofed in the late 1800's with an elegant wireframe and glass structure to turn it into a Orangerie. With vines and roses growing into the interior of the two levelled space, the Orangerie offers a lovely gathering space for up to 110 people on long tables & benches in a Biergarten style, or for up to 60 people with round dining tables.
The lower level being a former winter storage for apples, potatoes, nuts and autumn harvests, it is now the technical space and not accessible.