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The Château de Carrouges remained in the ownership of a single family from its construction until 1936. Steeped in history, it features a superb collection of furniture from the Renaissance to the early 19th century and has retained all the charms...more
We visited on the first Sunday of December and for some reason this National Monument had free entry.
The most spectacular photos are of the gatehouse which you can walk through on the way in. The tour is actually within a fraction of the main...More
So we had a perfect day. The chateau is beautiful. We arrived at 2:30 just in time for the tour. You have to go on the tour to see inside. It is in French but they give you a book with English deceptions off each...More
This is an impressive place which is entered through a lovely gate house. You can walk all the way around it, the Chateau, which is surrounded by a molt. It is only open in the afternoon from 14.00, and you can only look around if...More
Well we had great intentions to have a pause and see the Chateau. However with a traffic delay we arrived at 11:46!
Goodness, never been met by this level of complete unhelpfulness. We were told that although there was nearly an hour before lunch we...More
It is amazing that this well preserved chateau, built in the 15th century during the Hundred Years War), was owned by the various generations of the same extended family until 1936, when it was purchased by the French government. That fact helps to explain the...More
We visited last August 17. The first thing you see is the beautiful gatehouse, once through you are then presented with the château and its moat.
There is a guided tour but this is in French, however an English leaflet was available. The château is...More
Just had a fleeting stop here en route from Sees to Ecouche. It was very late in the day on a dull November afternoon, and we were too late to make the best of a tour. We had a look through the beautiful gatehouse and...More
Visited with my wife during a short trip to Normandy with my car using the Portsmouth - Cherbourg ferry. We stayed with English friends who have a lovely house in Port en Bassin near to the Omaha Beach landing area used by American forces during...More