Château de Saint-Marcel de Félines

42122, Saint-Marcel-de-Félines
  • Visitable

Introduction

The origins of the castle date back to the end of the 11th century. In the 16th century, this old "strong house" was restored and embellished by Jean de Talaru. These are the arrangements that gave it the appearance we know today.

The castle consists of three superb stone farm buildings, a 4 hectare enclosed garden, two pavilions and a family chapel.

My castle is visitable

Medieval castle and renaissance, St-Marcel is a very well preserved ensemble. After crossing the moat you will enter a beautiful Renaissance courtyard surrounded on two sides by an Italian-inspired gallery in its heart is a well decorated with caryatids.

You will visit five rooms including some doors, beams, embrasures, fireplace and shutters are covered with paint. You will be able to visit the rustic kitchen with its monumental fireplace, its bread oven, its rack, its rotisserie and its amazing collection of brass. After that you will discover the kitchen garden and then the surroundings of the castle and the common rooms which have a remarkable kitchen with old farm implements.

The castle is open to the visit of Easter at the last weekend of October - Sundays and holidays and Mondays of August - for groups every day by reservation

Opening time :
14:30 - 15:30 - 16:30

Prices
Normal rate: 5 €
Young rate: 3 €
Other rates: Free - 12 years old

Group rate min 20 people:
adult: 4 €
child: 2 €

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Spoken languages: French