Château de Trévarez

Saint-Goazec, France

The Château de Trévarez is a stately home commissioned by James Kerjégu, Chairman of the General Council of Finistère, and built at the end of the 19th century by the French architect Walter-André Destailleur.

Trévarez is one of the most recent châteaux built in France. Construction was completed around the beginning of the twentieth century. In 1941, the château was taken over by the German occupying forces. The castle was bombed on 30 July 1944 by the Royal Air Force.



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Founded: 1893
Category: Castles and fortifications in France


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Uroš Kristan (6 months ago)
Amazing finding. We were going from Brest to Lorient and wanted an alternative road and where we could split our drive in half with some nice stop. And what a stop it was. We were only sorry we didn't come earlier to have more time to discover. Perfect place and highly recommended.
Lewis Matthews (6 months ago)
Gorgeous building which isn't as old as you might think but has a rich history. We really enjoyed the self guided exploration of the rooms (lots of information boards) and the lovely gardens. The building itself is slowly being restored so some parts are still closed off, but this adds to the charm of the place. My partner is French and I'm English, and we both got lots of information and found the staff really helpful.
Christine Martin (9 months ago)
A beautiful place to visit, they have done so much work since our last visit and still more to do, Brilliant.
Andy Cowie (9 months ago)
What a beautiful place!! More and more of chateau open every time we go. Stunning location carefully looked after.
Ben Jerue (2 years ago)
An impressive turn-of-the-20th-century mansion with vast gardens and grounds. The building was bombed in WWII and had not been fully restored. Nice facilities but would have liked more information about the house and it's occupants. Worth a visit if you are in the area.
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