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Chateau et Parc de Beauregard, Cellettes
(2.8/5 based on 220+ reviews on the web)
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  • Little interest apart from the Park price very expensive and tour without interest. Does not really deserve its price
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  • We did that the Park because it was time for the NAP for our daughter. The ride is super nice, the Park is very well maintained and the information displayed in the gardens are very interesting. We put a little more from 2:00 to make all the circuits.
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  • This small castle private so no subsidized, which explains the price of the ticket, has a small treasure for history lovers: a gallery of more 300 portraits of historical figures, XV / XVI centuries. The history of Europe is traced in a piece that has a paving in Delft tiles on the entire length. It is the only attraction of the Castle, which also has a nice Park. This is one of my favorite castles and I don't manqueas to come back when I'm in the area.
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  • The site is absolutely too expensive. €12.50 for an adult when Cheverny is only €10.50 and has much more to offer. That said, the portrait room is stunning. The grounds are charming. They could really benefit from allowing more of the chateau to be viewed.
  • Too many other spectacular places to see to waste the time and money visiting here. Agree with other reviewers that the price of admission is too high, limited things to see, inadequate facilities and needs some attention.
  • The gardens are unique! Small but beautiful château!
  • A beautiful hunting lodge with Dutch explanation not big but a nice big well-kept garden. Shops at the lock closed on Tuesdays and Wednesdays
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  • The park itself is nice but not very well maintained: the only beautiful thing were a row of flowering plants, the rest held pretty well but not worth the money. To give some substance to the park were placed here and there on the signs to the history of France and Europe ... mah. The Castle instead deserves; It is not huge but the portraits room on the first floor is spectacular.
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