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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Catherine brault (3 months ago)
Very nice place seen simply outside on a school outing with the children of Boisset le chatel
jean-philippe larger (7 months 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 ...
Gwen Hertel (2 years ago)
When I was little I dreamed of a princess wedding so when I passed the gate of the Château de Tilly, my eyes lit up and I knew that it was the ideal place to make my dream of a little girl come true. ! My husband and I fell in love with the visit, where we were warmly welcomed by Aurélie. The grounds are magnificent, the gardens are perfectly maintained, the chateau is splendid. An exceptional setting that allows you to take wonderful photos. The orangery is the perfect place if you have a large number of guests. There we celebrated the secular ceremony and we had the reception where the view of the illuminated castle is worthy of a fairy tale. We reserved the domain for three days, we wanted to prepare on the spot and we enjoyed enjoying the place over a long weekend with our families. There are many rooms, worthy of large hotels, which can accommodate guests who wish. We took the Photobooth option, the price is much more affordable than with specialist service providers and we delighted young and old alike who got caught up in the photo game. We had the wedding of our dreams thanks to this enchanting place and the kindness and availability of the owners who did everything to make this moment perfect. All our guests were charmed by this magical place! Thank you again to Aurélie and Gaëtan!
Caroline Salinkiewicz (2 years ago)
Beautiful place with very friendly and professional owners. The visit of the castle was very complete and detailed, we fell in love with it and chose it for our wedding. Can not wait to be there !
Tom Derouineau (2 years ago)
Dommage qu'il soit trop loin, dommage de cette augmentation de 3000 € par rapport à l'an dernier, bel endroit
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