The Château d'Alteville belongs to a domain that includes two castles (one of the sixteenth century and one of the eighteenth), a farm, a pond, land and forests. This property has been held for more than a century by the Barthélemy family, an old Lorraine family.
Small hotel of proximity with evenings stage and room of seminar for the companies of the city of Dieuze and surroundings; vacation home for families or groups of friends; Guest house, house or bed and breakfast of charm for travelers looking for authenticity, calm, friendliness and local cuisine; location of filming; destination "fishing trip in pond"; step for hiker browsing the GR5; stay nature and discovery of the birds around the pond of Lindre and not far from the animal park of Sainte-Croix; ideal place for discovering Lorraine, the Moselle and the cities of Nancy, Metz or Strasbourg located just an hour ... Alteville is all this at once!
Whether you are a visiting professional, a tourist staying or a simple overnight visitor, you will be welcomed as a friend and with the concern that you feel here at home.
The rooms, the restaurant, the terrace and the park, the beautiful and pleasant living rooms, the pond and the activities of nature, the circuits of hiking, cycling or horse riding, discovery routes by car. .. are all possibilities that will be offered on site, with always the wish to make your stay a successful moment.
The free wifi access will allow you to keep in touch with your loved ones and your work by taking advantage, for a night or more, of an immersion in this privileged place of the country of the large Moselle ponds in Regional Natural Park of Lorraine.
My castle is visitable
Since 1906, the estate belongs to the Barthélemy family. It consists :
From a classic 18th century chateau. This is the guest house, where rooms and rooms open to tourism and welcoming visitors. Built in 1698. It was the property of the glorious Empire General Grandjean d'Alteville.
From a "strong house" of the VXIth century. This is the original Château, built in 1565 by Etienne Toupet, sorter at the Royal Saltworks of Dieuze.
From a farm certified "Organic Farming". Its products are marketed directly on the farm and served at the Château's table. [xxxxxxx]
A pond free access to all visitors for the walk and fishing (beautiful specimens of carp, pike, perch ...).