Outstanding example of evolution of seigneurial habitat from the 13th to the 15th centuries, moated in water with two medieval halls, a tower and his Chamber; a Renaissance garden. Free visit of the great Hall, the former home and the Dungeon for the interiors; external access to the Renaissance garden, the promenade of the moat and the barn to framing.
My castle is visitable
Periodicity: Every years regular inspired garden revival in the immediate vicinity of an architectural ensemble of the 13th and 14th centuries. flower beds edged with boxwood welcoming vegetables, flowers and plants condiment organize around the central fountain. A pergola is used to support the old roses.