The Chateau des Monthairons is absolutely beautiful, looks exactly like the pictures. It is especially stunning at night with the lights on the front of the chateau, like a diamond in the country near Verdun. Some of the rooms overlook the park, while others the courtyard and a few have the view on the river Meuse; but the view out the front on the park is the most desirable. The rooms are well decorated and appointed, and very clean. The Chef is a genius who welcomes you in a restaurant that looks out on the park, to enjoy a very fine French cuisine through different menus.
Chateau des Monthairons offers a feel of quality about everything, with an absolutely wonderful pleasant, friendly and courteous staff.
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All the rooms are situated in the château.
All rooms offer the same facilities: Bathroom with bath and some of them with both bath and shower, Toilettes, TV, Telephone and minibar, Free wifi access.
Hostellerie Du Château Des Monthairons is a 19th-century castle that has decorated rooms with lovely views. Benefit from the hotel’s gastronomic restaurant and its luxury spa.
Rooms at the Hostellerie Du Château Des Monthairons are divided into 3 categories and are well equipped with modern amenities including free Wi-Fi internet access.
Hostellerie Du Château Des Monthairons also has a spa and wellness centre that offers beauty treatments. You can also enjoy a walk around the 14-hectare park or along the Meuse River.
Seminars and Meetings
Located in the heart of the North East of France, 2 hours from Paris, 1hour from Nancy and 45 minutes from Metz, with easy access from the A4 and 16km from Meuse TGV railway station: the ideal place for your meetings and seminars .
Three rooms that can accommodate 15 to 30 people each and a large room of 400 m2 welcoming 260 people in one of the outbuildings of the Château.
Standard equipment at your disposal free of charge:
paperboard with markers
overhead projector and screen
Tape set (TV and VCR video player)
on request: notepad, camera, carousel, customized signs, table and room microphones , sound system, laser pointer, desk …
welcome coffee on arrival of the participants,
lunch (starter, main course, dessert
aperitif, wine and coffee
break to be planned (morning or afternoon)
« Residential »seminars
accomodation and continental breakfast
two meals with wine and coffee included
two breaks during the meeting
The city of Verdun dates back to the third century B.C., and it was an important Gallic stronghold -- it's name means "powerful fortress". The Romans enlarged the town, situated along the River Meuse, and it prospered. Verdun changed hands many times over the centuries until it became a part of the Basse Lorraine duchy in the 10th century and an important cultural center from the year 1000. The city was part of the Germanic Empire until 1552.
Architecture buffs will appreciate Verdun for its remnants from medieval times: the Porte Châtel (12th century), its oldest gate and all that is remaining from the medieval ring of fortifications, and the Porte Chausée (1380), the key element of the rampart, considered a remarkable specimen of medieval military architecture and today a classified historical monument.
The Château des Monthairons lies 12 kms to the south of Verdun on the Verdun/Saint-Mihiel road (D34).
From the A4 motorway:
From the Paris-Reims direction (15 kms): take exit No. 30 "Voie Sacrée" and turn onto the RN35 road to "Lemmes" then onto the RD204 to "Senoncourt". From there, take the RD159 road to "Ancemont" and, finally, the RD34 to "Les Monthairons".
From the Metz-Strasbourg direction (5 kms): take exit No. 31 "Verdun" then turn onto the RD 964 road to "Saint-Mihiel". From there, take the RD159 to "Ancemont" then the RD34 to "Les Monthairons".
TGV estMeuse TGV (high-speed train): 15 minutes.
Airport: Metz (regional airport) 65 kms.
GPS: 49 3′ 13.936 » N 5 24′ 37.138 » E
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