Between Normandy and Anjou, the manor of Favry, nestled in lush greenery, is an elegant house of the fifteenth and sixteenth centuries (being classified).
This large fortified dwelling with high roofs, meets the architectural canons of the late Middle Ages by the attribute of mullioned windows, loopholes, guns, skylights with large pediment and watch.
It is composed of a succession of square pavilions and an hors d'oeuvre tower, slate - capped, with a symmetrical plan whose foundation dates back to the 14th century with the trace of the lord Guillaume de Favry in 1301.
The West façade is a perfect example of the military architecture of a defensive watch, massive, severe and austere unlike the East facade, more welcoming and elegant.
The building has kept all its authenticity.
Embellish everyday life while making it more festive, here is the professional training followed by Chantal Mirabaud, passionate about the art of living, homes and gardens.
She opens you now the doors of Favry, with the desire, every moment ... to make you happy!
Discover this magical and exceptional place, restored in the rules of art while sharing the passions of the hostess
My castle is visitable