The building and grounds are impressive. The people are all very nice. There wasn't a tour in English when I visited so I had to work off a paper tour created by the Dowager Duchess who, I gather, is a Scott. It was interesting... but didn't completely correspond to the rooms that we visited. The Chateau is particularly interesting as a view into a bygone era. You can only really visit a handful of rooms... and they give you an glimpse at a by-gone era. But as you walk around you get the feeling that there is a lot of work to do and no money to do it... cracking plaster, worn woodwork, paintings with holes in them...They are making an effort to sell products from the land and to make the Chateau more self-supporting ... but hard to see how it will succeed. An interesting and somewhat sad place to visit.
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