Château de la Bretesche

Missillac, France

Château de la Bretesche was built in the 14th century and rebuilt a century later. It was besieged in the Wars of Religion and destroyed during the French Revolution. The castle was rebuilt again in the 19th century. Today it is a hotel and golf resort.



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Founded: 15th century
Category: Castles and fortifications in France
Historical period: Valois Dynasty and Hundred Year's War (France)


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Viktoriia Ovsiannykova (2 years ago)
The view is amazing, but, unfortunately, it is not allowed to get in
Nach Patapalo (4 years ago)
Amazing castle but its into a hotel club golf. Anyway it wasnt a problem for the visit.
Zvi Schreiber (4 years ago)
Stunning lake and views of the castle. It's private can't enter castle
Jeronimas Domanskis (5 years ago)
Really nice castle in the middle of a little lake. So nice to have a walk around golf fields
Rich de Bretagne (5 years ago)
28€ for a 4mm thick, chewy steak that tasted of a burnt grill. The other dishes we had were really nice, that's why I thought the steak would be special. I've had better in a pmu.
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