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We could see some of the ruins from the road but were not allowed in as we had our dog with us. This despite the fact that the ruins were on rough ground. However, the surrounding area was delightful with the confluence of two rivers...More
A quaint hotel run by the family in a wonderful location in France.
The meal at the adjoining restaurant was super with great service.
The view was superb and the cheeses offered at the end of the night from the region were second to none....More
We enjoyed a luxury meal in this reaturant high above the river with wide opening windows over looking the cliffs. We all had a great evening. We would recommend this resturant to family friends and locals. Great value for money. Thank you L'Hermitage Chambre d'hotes...More
This ruined castle offers good photo opportunities overlooking the River Creuse. It covers a surprisingly large area of land. It's certainly worth the couple of euro entrance fee. It could be a good place to picnic or just have a stroll. There's quite a history...More
The rocky outcrop between the Creuse and its tributary, the Sédelle has been occupied since prehistoric times. It was in the 13th century that the castle we know today was built. The ruins of the citadel cover a large part of the spur, with several...More
The ruins are fairly easy to find and there is some parking. Entry tickets was reasonably priced and free for under 8s.
The site involves quite a bit of walking on uneven ground so decent shoes are a must especially if it's been raining.