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Come and discover the first private home to open its doors to the public in 1922. You will appreciate the splendour and delight of real life in a castle. The owners invite you to discover this fantastic and vivid heritage: from the botanical park to...more
All reviews hunting dogs loire valley tin tin boat ride electric car beautiful chateau tintin exhibition lovely grounds the kitchen period furniture free parking furnished rooms self guided tour extensive grounds ticket office wings dog lovers
We arrived in time for the feeding of the 100 hound dogs (I think it was 11:30, it's on their website). It was so much fun watching how excited the dogs got at feeding time and how the trainer gets them all to be quiet...More
Chateau de Cheverny is beautiful. Buildings, gardens, and items are very well maintained and they covered several years of French history. It is an extensive area and be prepared to walk a lot. They also keep hunting dogs in a kennel in the Castle property...More
Great place to visit. Rooms well laid out with furniture of the period. Family still own the place and look after it well. Plenty of history to absorb and good wove shop and tasteful gift shop. Free parking too an added and welcome bonus. Has...More
This castle is perfect. Not so big or impressive but perfectly framed in nature. The grounds are very beautiful you can make a ride with an electric boat or bike.It has a “love theme” park and there is also a rest area just to take...More
Beautiful Chateau and Gardens. The interior decor and furnishings are delightful.The feeding of the hounds we found questionable? There is obviously an element of training and inbuilt behaviour but they were held back by a handler with a whip until they were quite, then allowed...More
My husband and I along with one of daughters, son in law and grandson stayed on the Château grounds while in town for a wedding. Excellent lodgings! The grounds of the a Château are beautiful and well kept and the feeding of the hounds quite...More
This was an excellent contrast to Chambord as it has been continuously inhabited by the same family for the last 600 years. Lovely to see the interior decoration and appreciate the family's ongoing involvement with the Chateau.
I had the pleasure of visiting this chateau in 1966, yes 1966. It was the opening day of the hunt. Walking up to the front entrance is like being in a fairytale. The Alphorns welcomed guests. The hounds were released and everyone headed out. The...More