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Visited here after Chateauneuf. Its still lived in by the same family for the last 600 years. We were given information in English which was really useful when walking around. We couldn't go inside as we had a dog but don't think we missed out...More
We were conducted on a fascinating tour of this wonderful property by an English speaking guide , a descendant of the family who have lived here for 600 years!. The tapestries particularly are amazingly fresh in colour and to see these alone is worth the...More
We rode our bikes over the most enormous hill in the rain to visit the chateau, it was worth it!
It's only a small section your can visit but the fact it's still a family home makes it feel a lot more authentic. Also we...More
While the center and right hand wing of the castle are still occupied by the resident-owners, the rest of the castle can be visited on guided tours. We liked the authentic way the rooms have been preserved. It's not a museum type of venue, it's...More
Very pleasant castle still within family since 1200. Well maintained. Count Bertrand still lives there and was very and helped us out with some queries very pleasantly. Part of building in its original state can be visited in guided tour. Original centuries old tapestry (Belgium...More
We just happened to accident upon the Chateau one Saturday afternoon. You can see a small part of the main building which is really quite unique. The tour was all in French but our guide did some explaining in English as well. The grounds also...More
You can only visit the inside with a guided tour. The guide was very nice. The chateau is still privately owned, so you cannot see everything. What you see definitely needs renovation at some point. There's some pretty rooms and lovely original interior dating back...More
Nothing like the nearby Chateauneuf, Commarin is less defensive in its structure, but has benefitted much by never having been allowed to fall into disrepair (and not even having been upset too much by the Revolution).
Access to the public parts of the chateau is...More