Château de Bournazel

Bournazel, France

Château de Bournazel was built in the mid-16th century by Jean de Buisson. He replaced the older castle with Renaissance style residence. Today the gardens are added to the List of Remarkable Gardens of France.

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Address

Rue Noire, Bournazel, France
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Founded: 16th century
Category: Castles and fortifications in France

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4.4/5 (based on Google user reviews)

User Reviews

Nick&Laurent Postma-Thibaud (6 months ago)
Amazing chateau - make sure you leave time to visit the garden.
Veronique Soret-Walker (7 months ago)
Gorgeous cattle. Very informative group visit. Well organises and very informative.
Patricia Phelan (8 months ago)
I recommend that you check the chateau's website before your visit for opening times and guided tours, especially if you're English! Beautiful chateau and the guided tour takes about 1 hour, which is very interesting. The gardens are worth a visit too.
Rod B (8 months ago)
A stunning restoration of an old chateau. Well worth a visit, which is conducted by guided tour. Highly recommended.
Ruth Alves Reis (9 months ago)
Such a marvelous Castle interly renwed, with its majestuous gardens and fine interiors. A Master Art. A must see. Congratulations to the Family who owned it and give their very best for it's recover and visitors to discover it. Many blessings ? big thank you ? ?
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