The chateau is made up of four wings surrounding a courtyard. Both the chateau building and the extensive garden are fitted with period lighting which, together with the fountain, frescos and pond gives the whole grounds a unique atmosphere. The interior of the chateau building whilst very generous in the size of its accommodation is also sensibly structured and will satisfy even the most demanding requirements.
The chateau parlour and atrium are complemented by 11 bedrooms, each with their own bathroom facilities. There are two kitchens and a spacious dining room available to guests. Visitors who need to work can take advantage of a private study or larger study room, which is also suitable for holding seminars or training. For relaxation, there is a billiard room and private wine cellar. Chateau residents also have access to sports facilities: swimming pool, gym and volleyball and tennis courts.
The total living area in the chateau itself is 3,606 m². In addition, the castle grounds, which extend over an area of 31,775 m², contain a separate guest house, separate security building and a car park with space for six vehicles.
In addition, a private stable of 250 m² with adjoining paddock further extends the range of activities that the Chateau has to offer. The castle and grounds are registered in the Central List of Cultural Monuments. The chateau and chateau grounds are in private ownership and are not accessible to the general public.