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Chateau de Villesavin, Tour-en-Sologne

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  • Had the joy of knowing this castle this weekend for the special chocolate show. The castle is beautiful and enchanting park. We got same people in period costume, and very nice animations. Only downside: the prohibitive prices of some artisans who make very aggressively buying, but otherwise, the chocolate was really good and worth it. Finally, is too bad not being able to see everything, but much worse, we are all very happy with this visit.
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  • We went to visit this castle and its Park the weekend where stood the chocolate show. and at the end we were very disappointed. All started well, a good welcome, people in costumes from eras and then then a castle where the area of tour is very small, a nice Park but where there is little to see. Finally the black point of the day was the chocolate show, very attractive on paper but in fact a scam. Trader very aggressive sales level, we felt close to the sale forced on several stand, exorbitant prices. In short we have quickly fled the area and went to visit another place, with a park and a castle where we had a great time but I will not mention here because this will be another comment on the relevant page. Anyway I was advised the castle of Villsesavins, we thought enjoy the weekend of chocolate to make double shot but it was a failure, too bad we won't be back. Fortunately, our second visit saved the day.
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  • We discovered this small Castle by accident 3 years ago while we planned to go to the Game Fair, who then stood at Chambord. Faced with the blocking of access to Chambord given the huge influx of world, we turned around and we stopped at Villesavin. Well we took! We still have a good memory. The discovery of the Museum of the marriage was a delight and very informative, the collection of horse-drawn cars is also very interesting. Guided tour of the time was far from disappointing for this beautiful historical remains unknown. I see many new features have been implemented by the owner, and this prompts us to come back with small children. Good luck and good luck because it takes, we being launched us even in the opening of our family home with guest rooms.
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  • Tuesday, September 13, 2016 a third faith a tour to this castle. This time accompanied by a group of friends in Netherlands and Germany. Very interesting again. We never know, maybe goodbye!
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  • Great family outing. With a friendly ghost hunt
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  • great time Castle. Very nice visit! Kudos to the owners for restoration efforts!
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  • More than a simple and modest Castle to tourists. A family legacy Castle. The proud owners of this place, are fighting to save. Some users seem to nothing have understood the purpose of the opening of this place to the public, from write hurtful and unnecessary words on Google. They come with a new look and that they come back to discover the beauty of the pierres(usées, oui, le temps passe pour tout) of this wonder of the Loire! I am more than happy for is coming to have modestly contributed to its long and beautiful restoration. There is a lot of work still to do, certainly, but how many of us would have lowered the arm, while these Squires, did it not! they are proud of their large and beautiful building, and I understand them, almost I jealous them... Bravo and continue in this way because me and my family, with friends, we will be back to see you and still dream of this beautiful space history and optimism. Thanks for the very detailed and rewarding visit. Anette
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  • What a disappointment! We thought to visit a beautiful castle, but this is limit a ruin! We are always happy to participate, even modestly, to the maintenance of these monuments, but there, apart from the guide that has done his job very well, it verges on the scam. There are many efforts to make this visitable building except the Museum of marriage which is interesting.
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