In the face of the COVID-19 epidemic, exceptional measures have been put in place to guarantee the safety of our visitors and staff members. Before your visit, please take into consideration our visitor charter. From 15th September 2020, and, in accordance with current Government guidelines, wearing a mask is mandatory in all areas of the estate including the gardens.
We ask you to please respect this rule and arrive prepared.otherwise entry will be refused to the estate. Thank you for your understanding.
Due to the current exceptional cicumstances, visitors to the estate may experience slight delays at the ticket office and in front of the castle as we are regulating numbers entering the castle (from 8 to 16 people in the rooms). Queuing time will not normally exceed 15mins. Finally, these regulations allow a more serene and safe visit and we sincerely hope you enjoy your time at the castle.
Our parking is free and is located a few metres from the main entrance gate.
Disabled parking spaces are approximately 40 metres from the main gate; Please note, people in wheelchairs should be accompanied as there is a small public road between the car park and the castle.
Buses and camper vans have allocated spaces in the carpark.
Overnight parking is prohibited; please ask our friendly reception staff who can direct you to an area nearby that welcomes motorhomes.
Photographs are prohibited inside the castle due to copyright. You are welcome to take photographs of all the outside areas using small cameras or mobile phones however these images are strictly for private use only.
Please contact us directly for permission to use for business purposes.
There are several picnic tables available in the garden; in case of rain unfortunately we do not have a covered area.
The last admission to the estate is 1 hour before closing. Please note that arriving at this time will only allow you to visit the interior of the castle. We advise you to plan at least 2 hours for your visit to take full advantage of all the activities offered on the estate.
Our friendly staff at our information office welcome you in French and in English but you can of course take advantage of our audio guides in French, English, Dutch, German, Spanish, Italian, Russian and Chinese.
Payment methods: cash, credit card (no minimum payment), these also accepted in our castle shop and brasserie.
IMPORTANT INFORMATION: Please note animals are prohibited to the estate for safety reasons (incompatibility with our birds of prey) and no exceptions can be made.
The castle shop is located on the ground floor, currently it is only accessible at the end of your visit to the castle.
Our brasserie is reserved for visitors to the estate who have purchased an entrance ticket.