The Lavaux-Sainte-Anne Castle (Château de Lavaux-Sainte-Anne), located in Belgium, was erected around 1450 and it has a moat, a drawbridge and massive round towers. Later, around the year 1630, the Baron Jacques Reynard de Rouveroy adapted the castle to the fashion of that time by adding a beautiful roofs to the towers, remodeled the interior and the inner courtyard.
Today, the rooms of the castle are large and simple, with medieval furniture, large fireplaces and wooden floors that squeak under your steps.
The castle is like a museum of hunt and some rooms display mounted animals.
- opened from Wednesday to Sunday from 10 am to 6 pm (5 pm from 1st of Nov till 1st of April)
- Last ticket is sold 1h15min before the closing time
- Adress: Rue du Chateau, 8, 5580 Lavaux-Sainte-Anne. It’s easy to get there by car from Brussels, but more difficult by public transport.
The blue sky that I was hoping for, was covered in clouds that shed a few tears, but I am used to Belgian weathers, so I will not complain any further 😉
Don’t miss the other Castles in Belgium.