Château de Varlemont

Barly, France

Château de Varlemont in Barly was built between 1782-1784 by Vindicien Blin. Due the Great Revolution it was abandoned and moved to the hands of Arras bishop in 1812-1818. Later it was left to decay until the bought by Jacques d'Antin Vaillac in 1970. Today Château de Varlemont represents the pure Louis XVI style.



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Founded: 1782-1784
Category: Castles and fortifications in France


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laetitia (2 years ago)
Thomas was a very good speaker for this very interesting guided tour. The castle has some beautiful furniture and some beautifully crafted pieces. A visit to the very well maintained garden closes this beautiful visit.
Xavier Malfait (2 years ago)
Very beautiful castle, facade in very good condition, magnificent chapel, nice guide, presentation a little too close to the messages he wishes to convey, it's a shame because it lacks spontaneity and fluidity. We forgive him he arrived if we understood correctly at the beginning of August he needs this time of adaptation necessary for everyone.
roselyne ls (2 years ago)
Very beautiful castle, whose passionate owner has maintained the atmosphere, the decoration of yesteryear! The guided tour made by a young student was very pleasant
Pierrick T (2 years ago)
A place of great beauty, decorated with taste and harmony, and a very nice visit led masterfully by Perrine, a passionate and fascinating young student.
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