Château du Taillis

Duclair, France

Château du Taillis was built in 1530 by Jehan du Fay du Tailly in an Italian Renaissance style on the foundations of a fortified mansion of the 13th century. It was extended between the 17th and the 18th century. The castle has a beautiful large park with a chapel dating from the 16th century.



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Founded: 1530
Category: Castles and fortifications in France


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Cathie Post (53 days ago)
Beautiful Chateau! Loved ♥️ it!!
David Collins (4 months ago)
I would return at a different time of year. I think there should be a limit on numbers in the house at any one time.
Nanou et Thierry (6 months ago)
maxime (18 months ago)
For having visited only the gardens, very nice visit. The owner (I guess) very nice, with his cat, he doesn't push anyone out as some can tell in the comments. Good luck with the restorations, fortunately there are still people who want to conserve and restore French heritage. Beautiful ????
Süße (2 years ago)
Un unforgettable evening lighted with over 2000 candles on August 10th 2019. Going back there for a concert today (21/08/20). Don’t know how it’s gonna be with the Covid 19 restrictions.
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