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What a little gem, poorly publicised. Fabulous collection of miniature furniture. Chateau only accessible on first floor and cellar/kitchen but all info in English if required. High point, the gardens. Superb. Take a book, find a bench and enjoy. Water features everywhere,…
A very nice 18th century chateau, beautifully preserved. Very nice to visit and would be recommend on the basis of the chateau alone. The miniature furniture and objects are a lovely additional touch, as are the dog kennels - not quite what you think, all gilt and velvet! The…
Such a lovely and very personal chateau cared for by owners who take pride in what they have. The collection of miniatures is world class and the chateau itself feels lived in rather than a museum. Allow enough time to fully enjoy the gardens.
My sister and I went here as she was keen to see the 'tulip festival' advertised by a UK coach firm. What we found was a chateau stuffed with a macabre-looking collection of upholstered dog and cat kennels, mechanical dolls, miniature furniture and much else. It was not so much…
There are not many rooms but each one is filled with interest. There are some wonderful automatons. One in particular captivated me. It was an artist painting a portrait of a lady. Next to the model was a painting of the lady, very clever.