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This is well worth a visit, especially with kids between 4-12 or so. You’ll easily spend 6+ hours here if you do all 3 sections.
There are 3 parts to a full day here: you can do the labyrinth, or the games and castle or...More
Family of 5 (10, 6 & 2)
We went for the chateau and games ticket (30 Euros) unfortunately we were unable to do the maze as it is for 4 years and older, also takes about 2 hours to complete
The games are traditional games,...More
A great way to spend a full day with something for all the family. Spent 2 1/2 hours in the labyrinth then most of the rest off the day playing the dozens of traditional period games inside and out. Chateau has been sympathetically restored. Food...More
When we got to the chateau we played lots of games it was really fun .we went on a Sunday and it wasn't that busy .The Games were very good we especially liked the spinny game.We then went into the château which was very interesting...More
With the recent history of the castle it is almost miraculous it is in the state it is in now. A lot of effort has been put in restoring it to this point That being said, there is still a lot to be done. The...More
From the welcome at the gates to the thought that had been put into the site, the whole visit was a complete joy. All ages enjoyed the games, inside the chateau and outside in the grounds. A real find.
Chateau interesting enough but the real draw is the numerous games and the trail. This is really imaginative with some good puzzles to solve. We were 2 hours just doing the trail and even then it was not complete. Sceptical 10 and 9 year olds...More
This place was a great find. After researching loads of places in the area, we were struggling to find somewhere for the children to enjoy as well as the adults. Then we found a suggestion in a visitor book.
We are so glad we went....More
Visited here with a 9y and 15y (plus parents), and all were entertained. Lots of medieval games both inside and out, plus a small cafes serving reasonable quiche & sandwiches etc, partly renovated chateau and plenty of places in the shade for picnics if you...More