Restaurant Château Neercanne has a rich cultural and culinary tradition. All of the staff, both in front of and behind the scenes, guarantee you nothing less than a memorable gastronomic experience.
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In the magnificent Jekerdal valley, just on the Belgian border, is Château Neercanne, the only terraced castle in the Benelux. The beautiful Baroque gardens of the 17th century castle are divided over four levels, all of them UNESCO World Heritage Sites. The highest terrace offers a wonderful view over of the gardens and the magnificent valley.
Restaurant Château Neercanne has a rich cultural and culinary tradition. All of the staff, both in front of and behind the scenes, guarantee you nothing less than a memorable gastronomic experience. The kitchen and restaurant brigade, led by chef de cuisine Hans Snijders, guarantees a memorable gastronomic experience. They will present you with delicious culinary creations and carefully selected wine. The wine cellar in the candlelit caves makes a beautiful setting for an aperitif. The terrace at the front of the Château, with a view of the park, invites guests to dine outdoors in good weather.
L’Auberge, the former chapel is the oldest part of Château Neercanne. Nowadays these wonderful surroundings house a lunchroom where guests can enjoy an agreeably-prices and original lunch or a fragrant cup of coffee with an extensive selections of cakes from the castle’s kitchens. On sunny days lunch is also serves on our patio, where the unsurpassed décor forms an unparalleled background to the meal. In the evenings lunch restaurant l’Auberge is available for small groups of diners, or smaller festive gatherings.
Our attractive marl-built function rooms are ideal locations for parties, receptions and meetings. The unique wine cellars in the marl caves form an unparalleled setting for a wine-tasting session or for enjoying an aperitif.
– à la carte Restaurant Château Neercanne
– Lunch restaurant L’Auberge
– 5 conference and banqueting rooms, including the Carrière Poswick and Orangerie, hewn into massive Roman marl caves
– Wine cellar in caves
– Own vineyard
– Magnificently restored Baroque gardens