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The interior is one of the best visits chateau-wise in the area but the grounds and walk along Jg the river to the queens grotto is just stunning. There is also the bamboo garden which ourgirls loved running around. Sadly, closed most of the year...More
We were part of an organised evening dinner party. We were met with drinks and canapes and entertained by a trio of musicians, who played pleasant gentle music well. We toured the chateau, but were not allowed to take any photos - probably so they...More
We came here on a family trip and I must admit that the guided tour was rather interesting with countless little stories and anecdotes regarding the numerous inhabitants of the Cazeneuve Castle. The tour was rather short (45min) and we were then free to wonder...More
Not the cheapest tour at 11.50 euros each how ever its worth it but not worth the massive detour. The tour guide was efficient and knowledgeable, and took us around in a large group. Probably too many as we all didn't fit in at once.
We visited as part of a river cruise, but I'd visit on my own. Our lunch was three-courses paired with Saturnine wines from the area; which we ate in a vaulted room just off the castle. The current Duke was on hand to greet us....More
We visited this very well presented castle as part of our Cruise tour of the Gironde Region. It was a highlight of the holiday with well laid out rooms of the castle and well presented information. Once home of the Kings of Navarre and later...More
We visited as part of a cruise and we had a great evening. We arrived with an hour to spare before dinner, we toured the house, saw the cellars, the grotto and part of the gardens. A trio of musicians played Baroque music, it created...More
We came to this Chateau as part of a tour and really enjoyed the lunch paired with wines from the Cadillac region. Following lunch we did a tour of the Chateau which was Queen Margot and King Henri IV's castle.
Well worth a visit if you are in the vicinity of Bordeaux. There is a good English language translation of the content of the guided tour. The chateau itself is attractive with pleasant grounds and a walk beside the stream to a hidden cave.Parking is...More
Castle with interesting history dating back to the 13th century. We were with a group that was served a catered lunch which included 3 Sauterne wines. Food was so-so. Sauternes were a good introduction to the wine. But many of the group left their glasses...More