Château du Nessay

Saint-Briac-sur-Mer, France

Château du Nessay was built on an emplacement of a castle originating form the 12th century. The original castle was destroyed in mid-1600s. During the French Revolution, it was used as a prison, to hold political prisoners. The current castle was built by Count Maurice de Villebresme in 1886.

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Founded: 1886
Category: Castles and fortifications in France

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Paul Codron (5 years ago)
I have been at chateau du nessay for dinner. Location is really fine, comfortable and people welcome you gently. Food is correct for the price. Music in the background is the only point that has spoilt the dinner
christine jegu (6 years ago)
FABULOUS decor and friendly staff.
Xavier Joseph (6 years ago)
Amazing dinner
Robin Stewart (6 years ago)
Stunning location
Gaetan Bikindou (6 years ago)
Good food and not too expensive
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