Château de Bernicourt

Roost-Warendin, France

The first Château de Bernicourt was built around 1374 but the current one dates from 1743.

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Founded: 1743
Category: Castles and fortifications in France

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Alain Mille (18 months ago)
Endroit calme
Laure Laurent (18 months ago)
Je vais manger là-bas tout les vendredi c'est super le rapport qualité-prix est là je recommande
louisette randour (19 months ago)
Superbe lieu de promenade et très bon restaurant
Fry agnes (19 months ago)
Un lieu super agréable, avec beaucoup de charme !!! Un endroit QUI FAiT DU BIEN !!!  À garder PROPRE surtout !!! 
LEGRIS Marie (2 years ago)
Bon... mais sans plus... et plutôt cher pour la qualité... Dommage que les plats ne soient pas un peu plus recherchés... On y va plutôt pour le cadre (surtout en été )
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