The chateau stands ahead on a hill as you approach from the north. Plenty of free parking and you are greeted by lovely, well tended grounds. The house has free audio guides which were in good english and managed to be just right in amount of information and easy to listen to, with extra if wanted.
I learnt a lot about Talleyrand and his family.
There was a good cafe/restaurant overlooking the formal gardens. There were wild flower lawns ( a bit past their best now in September) but you could see they had been lovely Peacocks and deer were easy to see and there was a maze and other things for children.
We walked round the small town as well, small shops and restaurants open in season.
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