Château de Tilly

Boissey-le-Châtel, France

Château de Tilly was built by Claude Le Roux, the adviser of Parlement de Normandie, between 1530-1535. The castle is a small Renaissance jewel with its turrets with pointed roofs and red brick façades decorated with diamond shapes and lattices.

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Founded: 1530-1535
Category: Castles and fortifications in France

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Akiko et Charles-Eliot Rimpot (5 months ago)
We celebrated our wedding (July 2023) at Château de Tilly and welcomed 220 people. We were able to enjoy the outdoor terrace for cocktails then the orangery for the evening and brunch. Our guests (and ourselves) were transported by the magic of the place for a weekend. We appreciated the responsiveness, availability and professionalism of the team: they are experienced and supported us to enable our projects (and dreams) to come true. We appreciated the quality of the service and the rooms on site as well as the delicate attention given to the bride and groom. We highly recommend Château de Tilly.
VONIARINJANAHARY Rovasoa (6 months ago)
The Château de Tilly, located near Rouen and 1h45min from Le Mans, embodies a true architectural treasure that transports you through the centuries. As soon as you enter its majestic doors, you are struck by the atmosphere full of history and grandeur. The vast gardens that surround it offer a haven of peace in which to stroll and recharge your batteries while admiring the timeless beauty of the landscape. The Château de Tilly is an enchanting getaway, an immersive journey into the past that will captivate history buffs and aesthetic lovers
GERARD VIGNOLA (7 months ago)
Very beautiful place, ideal for celebrating a wedding, high-end rooms, a magnificent park, a beautiful and comfortable glass roof and the castle in the center with its esplanade we really want to go back..... magic parenthesis
Catherine brault (2 years ago)
Very nice place seen simply outside on a school outing with the children of Boisset le chatel
jean-philippe larger (2 years ago)
Very beautiful castle with a good part of the surrounding wall still perfectly maintained and a beautiful reception room, for weddings and cocktails of all kinds. . have ...
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