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In 1875, the young aristocrat, Arthur Merghelynck, purchased Beauvoorde Castle, which was falling into disrepair. The castle is situated in the charming village of Wulveringem, not far from Veurne (Furnes). In true romantic style, Merghelynck had...more
This is an amazing place and well worth the trip to see it. You get a audioguide included in the price and are allowed to wander around at your own pace. There are beautiful things on display and you get a real sense of the...More
Came here when visiting Veurne, which is a few km away
Easy free parking near the entrance, a good start.
Prices sensible and concessions available.
It is a self guided audio tour.
A really interesting place with a fascinating history, which we both thoroughly enjoyed....More
Decided to pay a visit (for the first time), to this Kasteel, with two dear ladies I met in Veurne from last Friday.
Beautiful little place, (with an interesting history), surrounded by a moat - plus, I did really feeling like kitting up in a...More
A castle built in the 14th or 15th century with a surprising history. The castle was bought in 1875 by Merghelynck, whose life’s work it was to restore the castle to its former glory – his period of choice being the seventeenth century. It is...More
This chateau is a collection of style rooms, many of which are quite pleasing to the eye. The place can be reached by public transport, but you have to call a bus two hours in advance. Apart from some waffles, there is no food here,...More