Pavilon de Neumours, Éclaron, Haute Marne, France
The Pavilon de Neumours was a Rothschild hunting lodge in the forests of Eclaron-Braucourt-Sainte-Liviere, in the department of Haute-Marne, in the Grand Est region of France.
The town is located in the humid Champagne region. The neighboring forest is the Der national forest; one of the remnants of the immense Ardennes primeval forest. It covers almost 2,500 hectares and game abounds. The forest was the property of the French Rothschild and Werlé families (owners of the Veuve-Clicquot champagne) who before becoming state property after the First World War.Return to Estates listing