The castle Humerœuille is a mansion brick and stone whose central part is dated 1717 by anchors.
The hotel is protected as historical monuments following the favorable opinion of the Regional Commission for Heritage and Sites (CRPS)
(September 20, 2012).
The castle today
It was built for Jacques-Onulphe de Belvalet. Plundered during the Revolution, the castle has no longer any interior decoration, with the exception of a beautiful staircase with wooden balusters cut Hesdin style. In the years 1820-30, two symmetrical wings simpler came to extend the existing building.
My castle is visitable
Come lose yourself in the labyrinth of charms, relax in the rooms of greenery, scented with old roses, walk among the perennials of the park and the collection of hydrangeas, admire the rare young trees: this is the new garden of the castle. Humeroeuille (1717) created and structured according to the family's imagination.