Château du Neubourg

Le Neubourg, France

Château du Neubourg dates from the 12th century, when it was owned by Henry I, the King of England. The castle lost its military role in the 17th century. In 1782-1783 the eastern parts were demolished.



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Founded: 13th century
Category: Castles and fortifications in France
Historical period: Birth of Capetian dynasty (France)


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Chantal Quiriere (5 months ago)
Site à découvrir +++ Superbe journée passée dans les jardins A faire la visite du sous-sol du château pour y découvrir les cuisines
Jeremy Laloux (6 months ago)
Un régale cette petite andouillette !!! Hein ma poulette ? acceuilli comme à la maison ??
Audrey Lenormand (2 years ago)
Piece of beef with roquefort sauce and these fresh vegetables and gourmet coffee. A real delight: tender meat without too much sauce. Congratulations to the cook.
Geoff Woolley (3 years ago)
We travelled through here and took a break, we visited this bar and were pleasantly surprised by the attentive staff and quick service. It was nice to sit on the bars terrace in the sun and chill out. If your a bargain hunter try and make it on market day as its a proper country town market where you can get fresh produce direct from the farmers. The town centre is lovely and has quite a history, the nearby chateau hosted the first opera in France in AD 1160. Take a look at the magnificent cathedral but take your time and above all don't rush, only the traffic passes quickly here.
Didier Valley (3 years ago)
Toujours bon et agréable.Prix correct.
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