Château du Prince Noir

Arcizans-Avant, France

Château du Prince Noir was built around the year 1500, but dungeon dates from the 14th century. Today it is restored and in private use.

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Founded: c. 1500
Category: Castles and fortifications in France

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Gabriel Garcia Massothérapeute sur rendez vous (2 years ago)
well done! Magnificent
Sergkei Kamotesov (3 years ago)
Thanks again. We had a great stay with our host Samy.
mum_of__ twins (3 years ago)
We stayed at the Chateau in August. The hosts are pleasant and welcoming. We tasted excellent homemade bread. It was a total change of scenery in a beautiful region.
Daniel Bowen (5 years ago)
Our stay has been great! Sami hasbeen very friendly and welcoming the entire stay. The castle is beautiful, the rooms are basic and WiFi is a bit weak but our stay has been great! Thank you! **Sidenote our rooms bathroom had a nasty septic smell some days so this needs to be fixed**
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