The most magnificent natural site in the country is home to an outstanding estate with a touch of Versailles about it (16th-18th C). There, you will be able to enjoy the beautiful interiors and the authentic furnishings of the Dukes of Beaufort-Spontin. You'll discover the traces of history left by royal guests, the Coffee Treaty of 1675 and the moving testimony of 20 generations. The intimate atmosphere of the terracced-gardens (17th-18th C) leading down to the banks of the Meuse will give you a feeling of peace and serenity. The babbling of the fountains, the scent of the three-hundred-year-old orange trees and the magnificent sweeping view are captivating. The hedge-lined mazes (6 km) reveal their mysteries one by one. You'll be won over by the delicate decor of the Rococo Pavilion and amazed by the elegance and simplicity of the oldest orangeries in the Netherlands.
30/03 > 11/11: weekends and public holidays 11:00-17:0001/07 > 31/08: Tuesday to Sunday from 11:00 to 17:00. Closed on Mondays except public holidays