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Beauregard : the portrait château and home of Kings’ ministers. The chateau of Beauregard and its park is one of those little treasures that will leave you with an unforgettable memory. It makes a striking link between the past and future. Come and...more
This was the final Chateau we visited on our tour and it was a shame as it left a bitter taste due to lack of facilities, poor value for money and gneral shoddiness of the house itself. One of yhe most exoensive but only three...More
We visited this smaller Loire Chateau for its gardens but were disappointed by them, partly maybe due to it being towards the end of their season but it also felt that they were generally tired and not well maintained since their re-design some years ago....More
We are staying locally and had to pop in to the chateau. We did literally pop in. It took longer to walk up the drive than the visit itself. Way overpriced entrance fee given the four rooms visited. Stopped off at the cafe for three...More
We've noted all the recent negative reviews and were quite surprised as we had a wonderful visit to this much more modest Chateau near Cellettes. We visited on bikes and enjoyed a quiet stroll through the somewhat more rustic grounds (compared to the manicured grandeur...More
Pretty and small Chateau. Run by the owners. Several interesting facts by the current owner . Unusual portrait room with a hundred or so portraits of the people that made things happen when the House was a place to be. One room is full of...More
I was appalled to read the poor reviews left in English. It is true it may be a bit more expensive than Cheverny (I have not been) but the pleasure I had to see a well displayed history of an exceptional site was worth every...More
We had the privilege of booking and staying in the gite that used to be the gatehouse to the chateau so our evenings were spent overlooking the lake and watching the sun going down. The chateau isn't as impressive as some of the others nearby...More
My wife & I have visited the Chateau of Beauregard over many years. If you are interested in European history & how the royal families interrelate this is a fascinating small chateau. The portrait room is wonderful and you can see the family traits. No...More
Expensive and not worth paying for. We payed for the entrance and received a map before heading for the café area close to the castle and to find a toilet.
It was like a ghost area. Almost no people there. They did not have a...More
We were drawn in by the portrait gallery and the promise of a cafe and wandering around an historic building. However, only a tiny part of he building is open to the public.
-The portrait gallery is impressive in its scale and the decor,...More