Château de Ternay
Château de Ternay
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Follow Loic de Ternay, owner of the castle, for an exciting visit told with humor and fantasy. Let yourself be carried away by the romantic and colorful story of the knight Bertrand de Beauvau. Admire the exceptional architecture of its castle. An unforgettable discovery rich in anecdotes. At the end of the visit (suitable for all ages), you take part in a puzzle game to find the identity of a knight. This one, a little weird, appears at the castle, he has lost his memory and no longer knows who he is. Will you help him find his identity? You will have to solve puzzles and navigate mysterious underground passages. You will sometimes be a little scared but if you find the right answer the knight will reward you... (several levels of difficulty, game in French, knowing how to read). Game in the spirit of the escape game. This is an opportunity to discover a science and a somewhat forgotten art: heraldic art.
Duration: 1-2 hours
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Pittsburgh, PA118,724 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Oct 2015 • Family
The Tour was very good. It is free when you stay here and I think 5 euro or so if you do not. Parking is Free So, This is a rather inexpensive tour of a chateau . It is small but its very nicely furnished.
Written November 22, 2015
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breizinette
Brest, France33 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Apr 2024 • Couples
Fabulous castle! We were received like kings, Loïc De Ternay went out of his way to please us.
The room is sumptuous: the bed is very comfortable, the decoration is sublime, the bathroom is great! In addition, it is calm and relaxing.
The breakfast is excellent...and the highlight is the visit: Loïc is passionate and fascinating in showing us his jewel full of history. It’s worth just as much as the castles of the Loire! The chapel is a pure marvel. Sleeping in the castle was an unforgettable moment, thanks to Loïc De Ternay who was a remarkable host both for his kindness and his humor.
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Written April 7, 2024
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deniseandfrancois
Piscataway, New Jersey58 contributions
3.0 of 5 bubbles
Aug 2015 • Family
I am a huge fan of visiting furnished castles. This one was a bit disappointing. Only saw a handful of rooms, 3. The cathedral part was lovely. The guide was humorous as he gave us some history. Didn't have access to all the other spaces.
Written August 13, 2015
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SootyCumbriaEngland
Cumbria England101 contributions
3.0 of 5 bubbles
Sep 2014 • Friends
There was an antique fair in the grounds which was interesting. Fortunately my schoolboy French was not up to haggling or I would have ended up with a car full of junk!
The Chateau was interesting I was surprised however that there was no English translation in an area of the country that is so popular with my compatriots, not many folk from Blackpool though. Especially as we later saw that the grandson of the house spoke good English when a waiter at Le Ricordeau restaurant ( see my review) The property is still occupied rather quaint to see a tv sets amid all the old stuff. Normally house viewing is by appointment unless you are stopping at the guest house (payment by cash only) but we went on the annual heritage day weekend so could get in OK. The tiny chapel is the highlight of the visit.
Written September 28, 2014
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