Château de Vins

Vins-sur-Caramy, France

Château de Vins was built by Saint Marc Jaumegarde, member of the Garde noble family in the early 16th century. The abandoned castle was restored since 1960.

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

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serra danielle (3 years ago)
L'accueil est chaleureux et la visite vaut le détour
geneviève Hannequin (3 years ago)
Une belle demeure sauvée de la ruine par son propritaire Chambre d hôte également
Youri Marchand (3 years ago)
Great visit by candlelight. A completely renovated masterpiece that you discover from room to room. An alchemist would be waiting for you again ... a great visit
Marlène JOURDAN (3 years ago)
Very good, friendly welcome with a lot of attention to customers. Beautiful historical monument. Quiet place and comfortable sleeping in the bedroom. Only downside in the summer it is hot in the room.
Peggy Rieu (3 years ago)
Great ! Very interesting, a description of the historical places mixed with anecdotes, all by candlelight. To do !
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