State Rooms

In the extraordinarily well-preserved state rooms of the 1800s, a merging of two different styles can be detected in the furnishings and décor – those two styles being the clear structures of the empire and the impressive motives of the “Gartenromantik”,which is rather rare in Austria.

The paintings on the walls and the wood panelling are turquoise and light blue, and, as well as the French silk wall covering, are still in their original condition and kept in the great salon.

The balcony of the library, which was enlarged around 1800 with a seven-meter high doom roof construction, offers the visitors a memorable view over the hilly landscape of the Weinviertel far beyond the castle grounds.