Château du Crévy

La Chapelle-Caro, France

Château du Crévy dates from the 12th century, but the current castle was built in the 14th century and again in 1697. There has been a Roman oppidium on the site.

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Founded: 14th century
Category: Castles and fortifications in France
Historical period: Valois Dynasty and Hundred Year's War (France)

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LAURENT ROUXEL (3 years ago)
Lack of bedding
Mary-an Art (3 years ago)
The stables have been renovated and converted into a B&B. They are located next to a castle that cannot be visited. The site is relaxing and pretty.
aLi gator (4 years ago)
Super pretty calm squirrel even during the day on the way when arriving super romantic .. owner nothing to say thank you again for your welcome address which is worth the detour ..
Aud Cat (4 years ago)
Very beautiful building! With two large rooms, a large kitchen available and plenty of beds (around thirty !!). The birthday party we attended was perfect!
Violette Viviane (4 years ago)
Typical lodgings pleasant surroundings, well appointed, pleasant and very helpful owner. There is a bread oven. You can make your own pizzas. The owner makes the dough. Great
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