Chateau de Mirwart
Chateau de Mirwart
The Chateau de Mirwart lies in the heart of the Domain of Mirwart, a 1.350-hectare forest in the Belgian Province of Luxembourg.
After a significant renovation, the medieval castle has returned to its splendour, and the ancient apartments have been transformed into 20 luxurious rooms and suites.
Guest will also find a fantastic outdoor swimming pool surrounded by greenery, an extensive wellness centre with indoor pools, jacuzzis, hammam, sauna and spa treatment rooms. Prepare to be enchanted by the SPA*, established in the authentic remains of the 13th-century fortification.
*SPA will open soon
The charm of the Château de Mirwart is strictly connected with the character of the Ardennes, land of legends and deer.
The deer is indeed the symbolic animal of the great forest of St-Hubert, an ideal destination in autumn to listen to the squall of the deer.
You can immerse yourself in this beautiful and primitive nature, obverse its rich biodiversity and discover breath-taking panoramas.
Food & Drink
In 687, the Belgian monk Bergis d’Andage founded an abbey on the banks of the river Andage in the heart of the Ardennes on the orders of King Pepin of Herstal. On a nearby hill, Pepin built a fortress to protect the monks from enemies. The abbey became known as St Hubert’s Abbey, and the fort became Mirwart Castle.
The restaurant’s name is a tribute to the monk who indirectly The name of our restaurant is a tribute to the monk who indirectly created the castle we know today.
Chef Pajtim Bajrami was born on 24 May 1990 in the Kosovar and moved three years later to Belgium.
He was not yet thirty years old when he received a 15.5/20 in the Gault&Millau, an unprecedented score for a newcomer. He was also immediately awarded the title of “Discovery of the year in Flanders”, the following year, he even got a 16/20.
Today, Pajtim Bajrami is in charge of the gastronomic restaurant Le Bergis. He turns every dish into a work of art, playing with colourful creations and attractive textures. He uses fresh, natural and, if possible, local ingredients, which he knows how to sublimate to translate nature in all its richness into inspired and attractive dishes. This passionate perfectionist offers you only the best.
His cuisine at Château de Mirwart could be described as “essence”: respect for the basics, love of the real and the pure.
The twenty rooms and suites are situated in three separate buildings, each breathing its typical atmosphere.
In the Château you will find the suites and three rooms, while the ‘Cottages’ contain larger housing units, suitable for couples or families. Wood, leather and natural stone merge to create a warm and peaceful atmosphere, where you experience nature at full.
The castle suites and rooms show deep respect for its heritage, with a contemporary yet classic touch. No rooms are exactly alike; they vary in size, materials and fabrics, and offer superb views over the surrounding domain.
Located in the former sheepfold, the cottages feature a separate dining and living area, one or two bedrooms, and a private terrace with a small private balcony.
The ‘Tour de Dinant’, an independent building in a medieval donjon, features two bedrooms and a living area with a fireplace.
9 Castle suites and 3 rooms in “The ‘Château” • 7 Cottages (family homes) in the former sheepfold • “Tour de Dinant” independent building in a medieval donjon • Le Bergis, gastronomic Restaurant • Bar in “the salon bleu” • Wine bar in the medieval cellars • Outdoor Swimming • Wellness centre with indoor pools, jacuzzis, hammam, sauna and spa treatment rooms, situated in the authentic remains of the 13th-century fortification. • 2 meeting rooms • A banquet room • Free WiFI access • Parking
You can book directly with hotel or take advantage of Tales Concierge. Best Available Rate is always guaranteed.
Amenities you get when booking with Tales Hotels Collection
- Early check in upon availability
- Late check out upon availability
Points of View
Staying in Saint-Hubert
Just a couple of hours from Brussels, the Province of Luxembourg is part of the Ardennes, a natural and cultural region. This ancient mountain range stretches over the Belgian, French, Luxembourg and German territories.
The area around Saint Hubert is a must for nature lovers who can venture deep into the woods via the hiking trails, from long itineraries for seasoned sports lovers to shorter routes for those who prefer to take it easy. Saint Hubert is also one of the best places in the Ardennes to observe deer and enjoy local organic produce and beers.