We arrived right at 2 pm (opening time) and were just in time for a guided tour...en francais. It would have been great if we spoke French. The booklet they gave us to follow along wasn't nearly as detailed as I would have liked. The woman giving the tour liked to talk, and it was a bit awkward because we couldn't understand much of what she was saying.
The tour ran a bit long (nearly 2 hours) and we had to ask to walk up to the top of the keep.
There is an amazing collection of antiques from the benefactor, but I would have liked to learn more history about the Count of Montrottier himself.
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