The restoration of the old village with its small Hotel and The castle’s Inn are just about to be completed.
The Castle was built on two levels in order to have a sunny side and a shady and cooler one, over both rivers of the Rhine Canal, to ensure with water the driving force necessary for all levels of the Castle, and for the Hamlet, which was erected nearby and whose court skirts the Canal.
The Castle and the Village were autonomous, they had everything they needed: beautiful crops, fishponds, stables, orchards, mills and sawmills.
The inhabitants, took care of agriculture and all that was necessary to its management. Their homes-shops still overlook on the village square dominated by the Manor House and the Dovecote Tower.