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An historical mansion in the Lorraine Regional Natural Park, a protected area of rural countryside in the Lorraine region. It's a unique location, from where you can visit Metz, Nancy or simply rest by the lake of Madine. Excellent service, with the host always ready...More
It may be just sentiment, of course - what else - but if sentiment comes in to the equation it couldn't be better! I have been to this place a very long time ago, when it certainly was not open for public, and was admitted...More
A Chateau with lots of character (if not a little spooky). Our room was very big and clean. Anna the owner is very hospitable, speaks great english and is happy to recommend local restaurants and things to do. Really enjoyed our stay.
My brother and I were researching our grandfather's service in WWI and learned from his regimental history book that his division (7th div. AEF) was headquartered near here and the chateau (a 1918 photo is in the book) was used as a treatment area for...More
Ancient and quirky, this B&B is very cool. Anna, the host, is warm and an excellent cook. Our room was huge, the bathroom was nice, and the rest of the castle is filled with artifacts and family heirlooms. Dinner is a must.
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The 11th century castle of Jaulny, a protected monument and situated in the centre of the Parc Naturel Régional de Lorraine between Metz, Nancy and Verdun, offers you 4 guest rooms: Guest room Topaze and Opale situated on the first floor of the castle tower, the Tower Room on the ground level of the draw-bridge tower and the Family Room in the bread oven quarters.