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Chateau de Suscinio, Sarzeau

Categories: Castles, Tourist Spots
Inspirock Rating:
4.1/5 based on 460 reviews on the web
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  • ride in South Brittany a detour to Sarzeau is beautiful walks and a bend a beautiful castle very well restored roofs impeccable friendly and ideal in October not crowded at all, but what a disappointment inside the concrete markets, contemporary tile, metal stairs, much too visible electric wires, a courtyard empty , completely empty, however a well thought circuit and a wonderful what a pity not to have give more a side time to this place full of history and careful disabled person refrain nothing is not accessible even hospitality and the store if you pass by the're going there anyway but rather making the tour a feet and live Brittany
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  • Worth a visit, lovely to wander around, has lots of natural light coming in and displays are interesting, we took the walkytalky thing for information but found it too long to listen so we just read d...  read more »
  • Because there was more or on the route of our bike tour, we looked at the system - admittedly only from the outside. You impressive rises in the countryside. Many panels explain the history of the castle in English and French and give insight into the story. The surroundings invite you to a picnic, parking provides a stress-free parking nearby. Bottom line: Recommended.
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  • Super chateau tres bonne enigme
  • This is great. Reasonably priced entry, prince/princess dress up along the route through the castle rooms to break up the history for the kids. Fantastic presentation of exhibits. Everything written in English and French for visitors (and Breton for curiosity value). Spent a few hours here on a rainy day and very memorable for the kids. Coffee available at end but no coffee shop/nowhere to drink it if raining (if sunny can eat/drink in the castle courtyard). Very special place and you can cycle there on the cycle path.
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  • Magnificent Castle, well restored. The only negative is the lack of life of the place. No room is embellished of furniture or painting of time.
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  • Tower-shielded moated castle as a residence of the Breton Dukes from the 13th to the 15th century and till now impressive castle, which is still a ruin. Worth a visit because of the historical ambience and the always progressive restoration!
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