Dear costumers, the Border Chateau/ Chateau de Frontiere is now closed due to the planned reconstruction. ESSENS Restaurant and Chaplin Cafe will open again on the 8th of February, 2019. The hotel will be available from April 2019. Thank you for your understanding and we are looking forward to your visit!



Chateau de Frontiere / Border Chateau is a part of the large complex of the Lednice-Valtice area, which since 1996 has been listed on the UNESCO World Heritage List. Astonishing landscape area of 283 km2 by the border with Austria is considered to be the largest a composed landscape in Europe and perhaps even in the world. The beautiful classicist structure of the castle connects, similarly to other buildings of the Lednice-Valtice area, unique architecture with the surrounding nature and harmoniously fits into the picturesque countryside of the rare floodplain forests. Part of The Chateau de Frontiere / Border Chateau is, however, not only the castle, but also a 4-star hotel, a luxury restaurant, a wine cellar and Chaplin Café with heated outdoor swimming pool. The tourist centre thus offers to all clients a complete service with a maximum use. Besides the usual recreation, it is possible to arrange a romantic wedding, a birthday celebration, a university graduations or company teambuilding. For those interested in seminars, we can provide a technically equipped conference room and we can also arrange a moravian wine tasting in castle´s wine cellar.



CHATEAU DE FRONTIERE / Border Chateau is a classicist structure built by the Liechtenstein family between 1816 and 1827. It was built by Jan I. Josef of Liechtenstein for the purpose of relaxation and rest and served as the summer residence for the noble family. The name of the chateau and the inscription on the facade of the building, "Zwischen Österreich und Mähren", reminds us that the land on which the castle was built originally belonged to Moravia, but around the time of construction, the border between Margraviate of Moravia and Archduchy Lower Austria met in the centre of the castle. This borderline is signified by a stream which flows from the vase of the laying nymph statue. [...]