Castle Dhaun in Hochstetten-Dhaun rests majestically on a rocky mountain spur high above the romantic Kellenbach valley.
The oldest part of the former Dhaun Castle was first mentioned in the 12th century. Since its foundation, the castle has undergone 600 years of construction and expansion. In the 16th century, under the reign of the “Wild- and Rheingrafen” (Count) Carl, the castle was converted into a Baroque palace.
Today, conferences and seminars are held at the Dhaun Castle in rooms equipped with state-of-the-art conference technology. Every year on the second weekend in May, garden lovers look forward to the romantic garden party in the castle garden. Selected exhibitors present everything relating to gardening and lifestyle.
Culinary delicacies, specialist lectures and a garden consultation round off the enjoyable supporting programme. The castle premises with its underground corridors and the 10,000 square metre castle park can be visited daily. The view from here reaches far across the Kellenbachtal valley.