2013 Winner – Vêves Castle, Belgium
Posted on 22 May 2014
Vêves Castle is a fortress and has belonged to the Liedekerke Beaufort family for centuries. The castle was inhabited until the late 19th century. There have been many changes over the centuries, the castle undergoing remarkable renovations. It is now open to the public and small events can be hosted. Vêves Castle never received awards before being named the winner of the European Historic Houses 2013 Award winner. The award was handed over to the owners, the Count and Countess de Liedekerke Beaufort, by HRH Prince Lorenz of Belgium during a Gala dinner that took place during the annual General Assembly of the Association on September 27, 2013.