Locations

Beaufort Castle is situated in the homonymous town in eastern Luxembourg, in a region often referred to as %u201ELittle Switzerland%u201C.

In the idyllic Eifel landscape near the Luxembourg border, stands the baroque château of Niederweis, located in the heart of the small town bearing the same name.

this property, which comprises a stately mansion, outbuildings, stables, a dovecot, a park and a moat, perpetuates the image of 18th century French manorialism.

the foundation walls of the château, which was partly redesigned in 1860, date back to the 13th century.

the Château des Etangs dates back to the 13th century and is immediately bordered by 1 hectare of park terrain.

the château in Luttange dates back to the 13th/14th century. It was destroyed during World War II and restored in 1965

the concept of the ensemble revealing typical French forms, château Ziegelberg was built in 1878 to serve as a residence for the family of Edmund von Boch.

situated in an impressive secluded location above the municipality of Roth an der Our, this quaint country manor, surrounded by ancient walls, and the old church with cemetery make for a picturesqu

built of local red sandstone, the castle consists of six buildings (dating back to the 12th, 15th, and 18th centuries), arranged around a rectangular courtyard paved with natural stone.

on a mountain spur high above the small village of Hamm, this late medieval fortification is embedded in a lovely rural setting and offers a wonderful, unobstructed view of the Eifel landscape.

located in the small village of K%uFFFDrperich, this historic ensemble, surrounded by walls, consists of a small church, service buildings, stables and, of course, the main mansion.

charming guest house dating back, in large parts, to the 18th and 19th centuries. Very nicely renovated and tastefully appointed with period style furniture.

situated on a tongue of land in a picturesque valley basin, this historic castle complex consists of a château with a medieval defence tower, annexe buildings, a gatehouse and a carriage house.

the Château de Malbrouck was built at the beginning of the 15th century.

situated in the Valley of the Seven Castles, Ansembourg Castle stands close to the hamlet of the same name in Luxembourg.

Saarbrücken's château dates back to the mid 18th century.

the history of Sanem Castle dates back to the 13th century.

standing in a beautiful, isolated setting on a south-facing slope above the village of Bollendorf near the Luxembourg border, you will find one of the most precious jewels of the Eifel region: Schl

The remains of a medieval castle with two impressive towers flanking the ancient gatehouse can be found in the very heart of the municipality of Welschbillig.

set above the commune of Wiltz in north-western Luxembourg, the beautiful castle complex can be seen from afar.