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Castle park

Set off to discover the château's park, a true English-style park. The flora and fauna will surprise you. Please note that dogs are now allowed in the park on a lead, but not in the castle (neither on a lead nor in a bag). Please note, however, that the owner's pets will be present (some of them free to roam): a cat, a dog and peacocks.
Thank you for your understanding.

Admission to the park includes access to the tea room/shop and outbuildings (chapel, guard room, labyrinth, medicinal garden, wooden games, peacock aviary). A 15-minute film on the history of the château is also available in French and English. On average, a visit to the park takes around 45 minutes.

Want to find out more? Feel free to download and print our online flyer to find out.


The chapel (XIII)

Dedicated to Notre-Dame du Val Busnel, the chapel is freely accessible to all visitors. It was built in the 13th century, at the beginning of the Gothic period, and was remodelled by the architect Blaise Le Prestre in the 16th century, during the reign of François I.


The labyrinth

The plant maze, which is suitable for the whole family.

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The guard room

It bears witness to the original medieval castle, and was part of the dwelling built by the de Tilly family. It was built in the early Gothic style, with heavy pillars and rib vaults. This Guard Room was used as a refuge during the landings on 6 June 1944.

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Old wooden games

Old wooden games are available for young and old. The rules are available from reception or here.


The simple garden

A medicinal garden designed according to the prescriptions of Saint Hildegard of Bingen, a doctor of the Church, abbess, visionary, illustrator, composer and poet.

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The peacock aviary

You'll find the castle's peacocks in their aviary in front of the maze.

Would you like to take home a souvenir or enjoy a snack?


Would you like to stay in the heart of the château grounds?

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