Discover the restaurant
From its immense terrace, Château Neercanne reigns over the bucolic Jeker Valley. This historic château, built in 1698 by the governor of Maastricht as a venue for large receptions, is now a restaurant straddling the Belgian and Dutch borders, with a rich cultural and culinary heritage.
Its two chefs, Hans Snijders and Gilbert von Berg, offer a concise yet sophisticated menu. Their French-inspired cuisine, which celebrates the best of seasonal produce, can be enjoyed in the elegant dining room of the gourmet restaurant. L'Auberge features charming vaulted ceilings and reserves its unique atmosphere for more informal lunchtime meals.
And for an overnight stay in Maastricht, combine Château Neercanne with sister property Château St. Gerlach.