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A great place to visit with a video with sub titles. An incredible moat, plus a
drawbridge which really lets the imagination run back to the 12 th century and the battles. If you have School or college parties conducted tours can be arranged. It’s...More
Quite interesting and worth a visit although the chateaux only contains empty rooms with description of their use. You do get to see pretty much all of it though and it is pretty big and complete with keep and views from the roof top. We...More
This was our first castle visit with 3 and 2 year old. Slightly scary with them on the spiral staircase but they loved it. Staff very friendly and put out a model castle on the lawn for them to play with. There was also a...More
Ok so the only downside is it doesn't open in the morning so you have to plan your day.
The upside is the Château /Castle is a real time capsule.
Spend you time wandering around and soak up the history in the walls. The several...More
Dinan is a lovely city and there is lots to do and see as well as the Chateau de la Hunaudaye the town is full of history and the bell tower is a must nice places to eat are on the river bank below the...More
We learned of this castle through Trip Advisor. We enjoyed a couple of hours here, exploring all over. Although it is part ruin, it is very safe for all ages.
You enter across the drawbridge and into the reception/shop. If you follow the guide clockwise...More
A very interesting place to visit. Set in picturesque countryside and well maintained. Lots of steps to negotiate. Splendid views from the top of the towers. A modest entrance fee for such an attraction
Brittany has many ruined medieval castles. Why this one is located here exactly remains a mystery to me, but it is hantingly beautiful and the almost attached creperie (summer only) is conveniently situated with wonderful views over the castle itself.