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Marco SAugust 17, 2017
La costruzione di questo maniero, solo in seguito diventato castello ducale, iniziò nel 1229 ad opera di Jean I de Leroux nei pressi di un preesistente priorato benedettino. Durante la dinastia dei du... more »The construction of this castle, later became a Ducal Castle began in 1229 by Jean I de Leroux near an old Benedictine Priory. During the dynasty of the Dukes of Monfort, the Château de Suscinio was the subject of major architectural changes and expansions. Following the French Revolution was sacked both the stones of the walls, which you have already worked for both the wooden planks of the roofs falling into ruin. Classified as a historic monument in 1840 French 80 years the Manor House has undergone extensive restoration work including the renovation of roofs in 2001. Today the structure, access to which costs euro 7.50, is almost completely intact and quite fascinating to see and explore while its interiors are empty apart from a few exhibits. One of the best preserved castles of Britain, surrounded by forest and a small lake.
MavincelianAugust 17, 2017
Un château entièrement restauré à partir des années 80. Ce n'était qu'une ruine avant. Chapeau bas. Un très beau lieux qui rend bien compte de l'histoire et en même temps du travail extraordinaire de ... more »A castle completely restored from the 1980s. It was only a ruin before. Hats off. A very beautiful places that makes good account of the history and at the same time of the extraordinary work of restoration master craftsmen. A nice discovery, and besides, there are fun activities for children.
stéphane HAugust 17, 2017
Ce château fait partie des visites incontournables de la région. Même si on doit se féliciter de son sauvetage, une bonne partie de l’édifice est en réalité une reconstruction. L'absence de mobilier o... more »This castle is part of the must-sees of the region. Even if we have welcomed his rescue, a good part of the building is actually a reconstruction. The absence of furniture or other items related to the time or region makes the visit a bit too "mineral".
Jan BorghsAugust 13, 2017
Very interesting medieval castle with nice panorama over the ocean. Beautifully restored with one side restored to the old glory while the other side of the castle is restored with metal walkways which give an interesting view of the architectural structure of the building.
John FitzwaterJuly 27, 2016
Just a quick visit with a friend.. Well worth seeing.. How the rich and (in)famous lived in the past...
Christian FreiAugust 2, 2017
Impressing, massive and old castle building
Peter BoonAugust 28, 2015
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.
Mikael JubertSeptember 7, 2017
Great medieval Castle
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