Château de Keroual

Guilers, France

Château de Keroual is a partially ruined, Renaissance-style manor castle, built in the 16th century. It was burned down during the German occupation in 1944.



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Kerouat-Bihan, Guilers, France
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Founded: 16th century
Category: Castles and fortifications in France


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Aurélien Belin (2 years ago)
Nice park, ideal place for the barbecue with games for children.
Anne Le Guellec (2 years ago)
The manor cannot be visited, but its setting, the Kéroual wood, is a very beautiful place to walk, with play facilities for children, its ponds with ducks, moorhens, sometimes herons and cormorants. Orientation-style courses are also possible. The mansion itself is known to be the birthplace of Countess Louise de Kéroual, who became a favorite of England's King Charles II, by whom she had a son who is one of Lady Diana's ancestors.
neigica neige (2 years ago)
Good but place not made for walking because it overlooks a highway
Patricia “papaye29” Paya (4 years ago)
Guillaume Contat (4 years ago)
Astropolis 4 ever
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