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The Château Jemeppe website also in Russian and German

The Château Jemeppe website also in Russian and Germanwww.chateaujemeppejemeppe.eu has been extended with a Russian and German version, to exist next to the Pia Media developed website’s versions in English, French and Dutch. Read more >>

Château Jemeppe at the EvenementContact Fair

Château Jemeppe at the EvenementContact FairChâteau Jemeppe was an exhibitor at the Amsterdam EvenementContact Fair, which was a resounding success with 188 exhibitors and 2,200 visitors. At the Fair, Château Jemeppe was the Belgian representative, in co-operation with the Walloon and Brussels Committee. Read more >>

Fireworks at Château Jemeppe during the Heritage Days

Fireworks at Château Jemeppe during the Heritage DaysOn the occasion of the 22nd European Heritage Day, Château Jemeppe opened its doors to the public for two days. Large numbers of people took the opportunity to explore the castle from the inside and the outside. The event was organized by Château Jemeppe and the 'Comité organisateur des Journées du Patrimoine de Marche-en-Famenne'. Heritage Days are organised under the auspices of the Council of Europe and the European Commission. Read more >>

Ten new hotel rooms in Château Jemeppe

Ten new hotel rooms in Château JemeppeChâteau Jemeppe has inaugurated 10 new hotel rooms, delightfully located at the inner garden and courtyard of the farmstead. They occupy the area of the Grange above the place where the castle's cattle barns used to be. On the ground floor we now find the charming Brasserie, and on the first and second floor the 10 splendid new hotel rooms, renovated entirely in keeping with the setting. Read more >>

New project: Château de Mirwart

New project: Château de MirwartAfter Château Jemeppe, a new project is now underway based on the same formula: Château de Mirwart. Currently in a poor condition, the castle will be fully restored to its former glory. The restoration is scheduled to be completed in 2014. Read more >>