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Château Neercanne
Von Dopfflaan 10
6213 NG Maastricht
The Netherlands

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tel. +31 (0)43 325 1359
info@neercanne.nl

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State-of-the-art conference venue

Opened in 2017, the architect-designed St. Gerlach Pavilion boasts three multifunctional meeting rooms, that can be used separately or combined to encompass a vast 760m2 space, accommodating up to 1,000 people. The Estate’s original Manor Farm offers a further six breakout rooms for intimate meetings and events.

The Pavilion

Located in the heart of a verdant nature reserve, just 10-minutes outside Maastricht, The St. Gerlach Pavilion offers modern, conference facilities set against an historic backdrop. Designed by esteemed architect, Francine Houben, the contemporary structure uses materials inspired by the surrounding landscape to create an association with the existing château and adjacent Manor Farm. Inside, three supremely adaptable spaces can be used separately or combined to encompass a generous 760m2 space, accommodating up to 1,000 people for conferences, weddings and more.

The Manor Farm

Dating back to 1668, the Manor Farm at the entrance to the estate, has been entirely restructured and transformed into Burgemeester Quicx, Coffee & More, offering a welcome draw for coffee or lunch. The venue also offers six breakout rooms for intimate meetings and events, and can be used to enhance the larger conference facilities at St. Gerlach Pavilion.

Weddings at the Pavilion

Set within the historic, landscaped estate grounds, The St. Gerlach Pavilion is a contemporary structure that effortlessly blends with the château’s period architecture and surrounding nature. Offering all the benefits of Château St. Gerlach’s extraordinary atmosphere and facilities, the Pavilion is a spectacular wedding venue and accommodates up to 1,000 people for dining, celebrating and dancing.

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Architect St. Gerlach Pavilion

“The St. Gerlach Pavilion is designed with a generous overhanging roof and beautiful arch, using materials inspired by the surrounding landscape: limestone, bluestone and oak, ensuring a successful connection with the existing Château and newly renovated Manor Farm.” explains Francince Houben.

St. Gerlach Pavilion & Manor Farm

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