Château du Bousquet

Montpeyroux, France

Château du Bousquet was built in the 14th century. Today it hosts a museum of ancient art from the Middle Ages to the present day. The castle has very well-preserved sample of late medieval architecture (furnished interior, furniture, objects, paintings).


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Founded: 14th century
Category: Castles and fortifications in France

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daniel Debouche (17 months ago)
Le château est superbe mais pas le guide.
alain tyack (17 months ago)
Accueil chaleureux suivi d'une visite très intéressante guidée par un propriétaire sympathique.
Laura Blankenship (19 months ago)
A wonderful old castle in a charming small town. It was closed when we went and reopens in February but was lovely to walk around.
Patrick Mahier (19 months ago)
Très beau château, la route pour y aller vaut le détour
Anne Onyme (19 months ago)
Authentique ! Le château du Bousquet en impose que ce soit de l'extérieur ou de l'intérieur. Le guide/propriétaire des lieus est plein d'humour et très accueillant.
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