Château de Nesles

Seringes-et-Nesles, France

Château de Nesles was built in the 13th century. The square form ruined castle has six towers and external keep (donjon).


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Founded: 13th century
Category: Castles and fortifications in France
Historical period: Late Capetians (France)


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Jeanne Delestré (4 months ago)
A big thank you to the owner of the Château de Nesles who welcomed us for our wedding reception. Impeccable, flowery gardens, magnificent and medieval rooms. Our wedding was in a timeless bubble in a place steeped in history. Mr. Daireaux, thank you for your kindness, your availability. You brought your stone to the most beautiful day of our life and we are enormously grateful to you! Future married? Don't hesitate, go for it!
thierry bréville (7 months ago)
Really a very nice little castle. A real nice surprise at the bend of a motorcycle ride.
Marianne Chaligné (7 months ago)
Pleasant discovery. Too bad we didn't have anyone to tell us his story. Considering the price you can't ask for too much, it's really ridiculous.
Sophie Boyer (8 months ago)
Very nice little visit as we passed by the castle by chance. The welcome was very warm. Beautiful landscape, and beautiful reflection of different eras through architecture and interior decor.
Brigitte JACOB (2 years ago)
Beautiful place, superb setting. Very welcoming owner, available to make sure everything is perfect. Ideal place for ceremonies. Splendid decorated rooms. I recommend you.
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