Château de Caradeuc

Ille-et-Vilaine, France

The Chateau de Caradeuc was built in 1722 by Anne-Raoul Caradeuc de la Chalotais. It is most famous by its gardens, built in the 19th century on the woodland hills of Bécherel in the formal French style. Gardens were designed in 1898 by Edouard André. Decorated with many statues the gardens offer a spectacular panorama over the high valley of the Rance. They are open on weekends and bank holidays in May, June and September.

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Founded: 1722
Category: Castles and fortifications in France

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Philippe MARTIN (2 years ago)
Site with a grandiose landscape. Deserves further maintenance, I imagine that the gardener's budget must already be substantial. Thank you for allowing us access to this beautiful park.
Jean louis Leprevost (2 years ago)
Have a good day
Laura (2 years ago)
A real pleasure to walk there regularly, a resident of Bécherel access is free, for those who have to pay € 7 know that in no case they are stolen. This monument has the merit of being preserved, the maintenance of the park is irreproachable
Patricia Jeanty (3 years ago)
Beautiful park with many perspectives. Impressive view of the valley. A lung of greenery for very hot days.
Philippe PLESSIS (3 years ago)
Maintained. Multiple discrete places ... Too bad the trees can not tell everything they have witnessed! .. Retained its original aspects.
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