We were staying down the hill in La Vallombreuse B&B, so we had spectacular views of the castle. We went on the inside tour of the 8 or so rooms that are available to see. Unfortunately there not much english being spoken between the various guides. Our guide made a good effort to communicate with us. Descendants of the original owners still own it and live in a few of it's rooms (not the ones on tour) in summer. It was fascinating to see authentic ancient artifacts, including a piece of originally gilded gold furniture that was painted over centuries ago, and recently uncovered. It's worth the 8 or 9 euros.
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