- Park (castles)
- Architectural heritage
Built in 1758 by Guillaume-Joseph de Harlez, completed and decorated by his son, Simon-Joseph de Harlez in the 1770s. Designed in a U-shape, made of whitewashed bricks and blue stone, covered by slated roofs, with a lovely courtyard on the side. Seigniorial chapel dedicated to Saint Remacle, decorated with stucco work and a baroque altar. Sumptuously decorated interior, with rococo stuccos from the artist François-Joseph Dukers and neo-classical paintings by Jean-Dieudonne Deneux. To the north, a walled garden dating from the XVIIIth century was restyled into a French garden at the beginning of the XXth century. Beautiful view of the Ourthe river. Landscaped garden featuring trees from the second half of the XIXth century. Listed as exceptional cultural heritage of Wallonia.
The Espace Domanial du Château de Deulin: events for 100 to 1000 guests, receptions, dinners, weddings, congresses, seminars, exhibitions, concerts, catwalks...
Visits for groups of 10 persons or more, pre booking required.
Guided tour from 6 Euros per person. Possibility to walk through the gardens at the end of the visit. Book with Mr Bernard Thibaut: +32 (0)499/20 87 82.
Location: 60 mn from Brussels and Luxembourg, 40 mn from Liège, 7 km from Durbuy.
GPS: Fronville château or Hotton château
Access: E411 Bxl - Luxembourg, exit18 N4, towards Marche-en-Famenne. At km 92, take the exit market Durbuy (N929). In Noiseux, turn right at Pont de Deulin, then follow the signs.
- Car parking