2017 European Historic Houses Awards

The 2017 European Historic Houses Awards were organized during the annual General Assembly and Conference held in the Barcelona region, on September 27-30. The jury visited El Viver, 'The Nursery' which dates back from the 12th century, on the first day. The second day, they… Read more

The Castle of Leeuwergem wins the European Historic Houses Award 2015

On the 3rd of October the jury of the European Historic Houses Award announced that Baron Baudouin della Faille d'Huysse of the castle of Leeuwergem 2015 award. The jury particularly appreciated the impressive and high-quality renovation that preserved the authentic character of the historic gardens… Read more

2014 Winner – Quinta do Convento do Carmo, Portugal

Mr Thorne has been awarded by the European Historic Houses Association for his impressive restoration of the building that was done with respect for the original architecture, while adding a high value for society through the employment of local artisans. Read more

2013 Winner – Vêves Castle, Belgium

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… Read more

2012 Winner – Pädaste Manor, Muhu Island, Estonia

Pädaste Manor, a 16th century manor located on the small island of Muhu in Estonia, has transformed from complete ruins to a 5-Stars, world renowned property, thanks to the hard work put into it by its owners, Martin Breuer et Imre Sooäär. Keeping in touch… Read more