Château de Méry

Méry-sur-Oise, France

Francois Mathieu Mole (1705-1793), Chairman of the Parliament of Paris, did redesign the Renaissance castle and replant the park, it's said that it was on the advice of the naturalist Georges-Louis Buffon (1707-1788). Looted during the Revolution, the gardens were redesigned in 1846 by Louis Varé Sulpice (1808-1883). Now owned by the town, the castle park, covering an area of twenty-seven hectares, offers the public its majestic spaces deployed around large ornamental ponds. Recently renovated, the botanical garden experiment, created by landscape architect Pascal Cribier in 1999 around the water cycle, is open to the public.


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Founded: 16th century
Category: Castles and fortifications in France

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Dan Marchione (3 months ago)
Outstanding experience at Chateau de Mery. Meeting space was great in the old chateau building. The guest room was wonderful. The staff were outstanding!
Margot (8 months ago)
What a wonderful location! The castle is the perfect place for learning and training, with ample, quiet rooms that are very comfortable. The staff is friendly and welcoming, don't hesitate to ask them for advices! Important - there is no AC in the rooms, but they provide fans to dissipate the heat. The food is simply outstanding. Wi-Fi is available everywhere. Fantastic experience!
Dirk Plaas (4 years ago)
Just wonderfull..
Xenia RK (5 years ago)
Beautiful! ...and a perfect blend of preserving the old while non invasively bringing in the modern comfort and convenience. Great food, drinks and games to keep entertained when it gets too dark to enjoy the lovely gardens.
Parikshit Kohli (6 years ago)
Great food and wine with lots of history and serene surroundings...a place to unwind and relax
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