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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remy queruel (10 months ago)
Super endroit nous sommes fiers d'avoir un beau monuments comme celui ci et des propriétaires très abordables merci à eux
Laura Rault (10 months ago)
Château magnifique ! Très bon accueil de la part des propriétaires qui sont extrêmement chaleureux !
Vivien Deneuville (10 months ago)
Très bel édifice chargé d'histoire. Idéal pour un séminaire, réception ou mariage.
Steve Cavecin (11 months ago)
Lieu très chaleureux comme les hôtes :)
Isabelle Laurent (12 months ago)
Même avec un ciel gris, ce château reste hors du temps et procure de l'apaisement aux visiteurs
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