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Maastricht, November 8, 2023 – Château Neercanne, part of Oostwegel Collection, is in the final phase of the development of seven luxuriously furnished suites on the 17th-century estate. The accommodations are housed in the Poortgebouw, where L’Auberge restaurant is also located. With a mix of modern design and preservation of classic details, the history and landscape of Limburg’s Jeker Valley are reflected in the design of the suites. The Amsterdam interior architect Roelfien Vos designed the rooms with great attention to detail. The combination of the design, the historic location and catering at top gastronomic level makes it the most special suites in the Netherlands. Château Neercanne, member of Relais & Châteaux, can receive its first guests in the first quarter of 2024. It booking system is now open for this purpose.

Adjacent to the 2023 Michelin-starred Restaurant Château Neercanne and L’Auberge with a Bib Gourmand, guests of the new suites can enjoy adventurous fine dining with menus created based on the season and the availability of products from home soil. Camille Oostwegel, owner and general manager Oostwegel Collection: “A long-cherished wish has come true and we are proud that, in addition to the experience we already offered at Château Neercanne, we can now also offer guests the luxury suites to make their stay even more unforgettable. to make.”

An enrichment of the senses

A visit to Château Neercanne promises an enrichment for all the senses and a gastronomic experience of the highest level. A place where class, service and quality are central. A place where guests embark on a culinary adventure with products from their own vegetable garden and from local entrepreneurs, supplemented with beautiful wines. Completely committed to ensuring maximum comfort and anticipatory service, the Château Neercanne team is naturally attuned to the needs of each guest. The historic estate offers a range of excellent business and leisure opportunities for guests of Château Neercanne. An ideal base for wedding guests, large parties, private lunches, corporate meetings and more.

Contributions to cultural heritage

Staying at Château Neercanne is synonymous with a stay with meaning. The accommodations are set in a UNESCO-protected Baroque garden overlooking the Jeker Valley. In honor of this beautiful natural environment, Château Neercanne donates a percentage of its turnover to Natura 2000. Oostwegel explains: “With a stay at Château Neercanne you become part of this and help to preserve this beautiful monumental location. This way you can enjoy our hospitality and everything Château Neercanne has to offer, and at the same time give something in return.”


With the opening of the suites in the first quarter of 2024, an important step has been taken in the total restoration work that started at the beginning of 2023. Major maintenance was carried out on the slate roofs of both the castle and the gatehouse. In addition, the kitchen of L’Auberge has been renovated with the most modern kitchen appliances, and the kitchen is now completely gas-free. “After the renovation, we can offer an even higher level of hospitality and we are taking great steps in making the beautiful Château Neercanne more sustainable and future-proof,” concludes Oostwegel.

Château Neercanne has seven suites, including one Superior Garden suite and one Deluxe Garden suite. Full details per suite can be found at website.

A video about the creation of the seven suites is here to see. In this first chapter in a series of videos about the renovation work at Château Neercanne and the transformation into suites, Camille Oostwegel talks about his long-cherished wish to allow guests to spend the night at one of the most special locations in the Netherlands.

Restoration of Château Neercanne – Photographer: Guy Houben

Impressions of the suites, design: Roelfien Vos.

Château Neercanne – Photographer: Chantal Arnts

The article is in Dutch

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