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Chateau de la Bussiere

Rue du Chateau, 45230 La Bussiere, France
+33 2 38 35 93 35
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Castle of the Fisherman is certainly well named!

I think the last couple of reviews sum this up well. This quirky little chateau is not ground... read more

Reviewed 23 April 2017
Ben M
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Barnsley, United Kingdom
Pretty Average

Frans R sums it up rather well, i.e. 'neither incredibly interesting nor incredibly dull'; hence... read more

Reviewed 27 September 2016
RossendaleMancunian
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Rawtenstall, United Kingdom
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  • Excellent32%
  • Very good53%
  • Average13%
  • Poor0%
  • Terrible2%
23 Apr 2017
“Castle of the Fisherman is certainly well named!”
27 Sep 2016
“Pretty Average”
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Rue du Chateau, 45230 La Bussiere, France
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+33 2 38 35 93 35
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Reviewed 23 April 2017

I think the last couple of reviews sum this up well. This quirky little chateau is not ground breaking but nor is it uninteresting and boasts some great views! I found the fishing theme throughout quite interesting in some ways but quickly got bored of...More

1  Thank Ben M
Reviewed 27 September 2016

Frans R sums it up rather well, i.e. 'neither incredibly interesting nor incredibly dull'; hence worth seeing but not worth travelling a long distance just to see. Lots of fish and fishing equipment on view as you wander through the rooms (NB no photography allowed...More

1  Thank RossendaleMancunian
Reviewed 28 July 2016 via mobile

Nice visit. Not incredibly interesting, not incredibly dull. Nice views And the fishing equipment is funny. Their is a big fish preserved in strong water that turns out to be Sth long ago thought to be extinct. A visit to get the hang for a...More

1  Thank Frans R
Reviewed 31 August 2015 via mobile

We visited this lovey small but interesting Château on a hot day. It certainly had lots of Fish artifacts and information. The gardens were well stocked and looked after. We enjoyed PYO raspberries which were delicious.

Thank Lisa M
Reviewed 28 May 2015

This is a very pretty small chateau that fell on hard times, but what it has become is well worth a visit and, frankly, a lot more fun than some of the bigger, stuffier chateaux. The family here had to sell of most of the...More

Thank Max W
Reviewed 2 October 2014

This is a charming Château, located down a side street of the small, pretty town of La Bussière. We arrived as it re-opened at 2pm, after the lunch hour closure - you can pay to see both the Château and garden or just the garden...More

Thank Michele B
Reviewed 15 September 2014

I just got to visit the château de la Bussière and it's remarkable gardens. It's surrounded by a pond, so pretty! If you are interested in history or if you loved the series DOWNTON ABBEY you shouldn't miss out on visiting the privately run castle....More

1  Thank Sophie S
Reviewed 4 May 2014

The rich pastures north of Bussiere-Badil are populated by herds of cattle,pretty bovines that add a lyrical,peaceful feeling to the delightful setting. I love hamlets and this wee one carries the spirit of Perigord Vert with meadows,kitchen gardens and green fields,agri-traditions that are continued in...More

Thank Eli B
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