This Chateau is just down the road from my friends' place, so it was an obvious place to visit. It's not as grand as most of the more famous chateaus (ie Chambord and Chenonceau etc), but what really made it was the tour. The English speaking guide was great, and there's some really interesting history to the place. It feels much more 'lived in' than some of the others, which I thought gives the chateau an extra charm. Definitely recommended!
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