Deulin Castle

Hotton, Belgium

Deulin Castle was built from 1758 to 1770 by Guillaume-Joseph de Harlez, and his son Simon-Joseph, and their descandants, the de Harlez de Deulin family, still live there.



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Founded: 1758-1770
Category: Castles and fortifications in Belgium

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Thijl Duval (13 months ago)
Very nice place for wedding parties Large rooms for diner
Olga Slivko (15 months ago)
Old and a bit spooky, very nice and atmospheric castle.
Vesenniy Briz (2 years ago)
We came to see the castle and gardens, there were no signs that said it was a private property. So we got send away. It’s a nice little castle but since it’s private not worth visiting.
Deon Demetriou (2 years ago)
Wow stunning scenery very picturesque just a marvel really. Highly recommend
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