This château was built in 1698 for one of Napoleon’s generals and the two paintings that hang in the Louis XVI salon were gifts from the Emperor. The house has been in David’s family for nearly a century and he’s a genuinely charming and welcoming host.
Enjoy the peace and quiet lazing on the terrace or in the library, or perhaps a game of billiards – or pull on your hiking boots and follow your nose through the woods and round the ponds. Stay in for splendid candlelit dinners in the majestic dining room in the company of your host.
Cycling and walking holidays can begin here, and David is happy to supply maps and suggestions. You can drive to Dieuze for shops and restaurants in ten minutes; Nancy, Strasbourg and Metz are within an hour’s drive.