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Château d'Epiry

Castles and Defense Sites, Greenhouse and orangery, Ponds, Pleasure park, Listed or registered (CNMHS), Pleasure garden, French style, Classic, Gothic, Medieval, Renaissance in Saint-Émiland
  • At the Château d'Epiry, two stone lions guard the entrance gate, which is approached from a bridge. Four 12th-century round towers overlook the main building, which dates from the 15th century onwards. The few mullion windows contrast with the many richly-carved windows on the courtyard side. It was here that Roger de Rabutin, a satirical writer and the cousin of Madame de Sévigné, the 17th century's best-known diarist, was born in 1618.Pelouses et buis, bassin au centre, petite serre et...
    At the Château d'Epiry, two stone lions guard the entrance gate, which is approached from a bridge. Four 12th-century round towers overlook the main building, which dates from the 15th century onwards. The few mullion windows contrast with the many richly-carved windows on the courtyard side. It was here that Roger de Rabutin, a satirical writer and the cousin of Madame de Sévigné, the 17th century's best-known diarist, was born in 1618.Pelouses et buis, bassin au centre, petite serre et deux pavillons. Superficie de 53 ares. Concepteur : Ketmann, jardinier paysagiste anglais.
  • Spoken languages
    • French
    • English
  • Accepted customers
    • Individuals
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  • Base rate - full rate adult
    From 7 €
  • Child rate
    From 2 €
  • Student rate
    From 3.50 €
  • Group rate
    From 5 €