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Chateau de Suscinio

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Beautiful chateau

Beautiful well-restored chateau in a lovely setting. Very interesting place to visit with... read more

Reviewed July 29, 2018
Anna M
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Ulverston, United Kingdom
Bravo!

First ever château visit so only comparison is national trust. Absolutely loved it, the... read more

Reviewed 3 weeks ago
Suze068
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Cornwall
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The Château de Suscinio, was one of the residensces of the Duke of Brittany, built between the thriteenth and the fifteenth centurie. Located on the Rhuys Peninsula, a priveleged site, close to the Atlantic Ocean and the Gulf of Morbihan, the castle...more
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Route du Duc Jean V, 56370, Sarzeau, France
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All reviewswell worth a visitgreat place to visitrestored castlerainy dayadults and kidscouple of hoursgreat valuemiddle agesaudio tourbeautiful chateaurestoration workmedieval costumesdukesbrittanyliferegionruin
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Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

First ever château visit so only comparison is national trust. Absolutely loved it, the activities/exhibits brought château to life in a totally different way to the NT who could learn a thing going ot two about exciting children about history. Kids don't like history lessons...More

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Reviewed 4 weeks ago

This beautiful Chateau was built by the Dukes of Brittany, before the reign of France took hold over the area. Listen to the audio tour, take your time and enjoy. Put the pieces of history together, no great history books about this region, but this...More

Thank T P
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

Impressive place with great history, nice little quiz for kids to do with a certificate at the end. Wifi download tour was good, some random fairytale and king arthur thing. Spectacle was good, but be warned the 3 euro discount only applies if you visit...More

Thank Graeme W
Reviewed August 7, 2018 via mobile

Wanted to visit a chateau in the area and this was very close, however if you like looking at old buildings the restoration of this project isn’t the best and at times too many modern materials have been used and look totally out of place....More

Thank Neil H
Reviewed August 7, 2018 via mobile

On a less than heatwave day this was a good destination for a young family. There were lots of interactive information booths, puzzles and games for the children to play with. It all felt new, fresh and well maintained. The building is stunning in a...More

Thank Paul M
Reviewed August 7, 2018

The Chateau has been sympathetically restored and is worth spending a couple of hours or so exploring. Most of the exhibits and general information about the rooms have descriptions in both French and English. If you have a smart phone you can also log onto...More

Thank Ian T
Reviewed July 29, 2018

Beautiful well-restored chateau in a lovely setting. Very interesting place to visit with information written in both French and English. Well worth a visit.

Thank Anna M
Reviewed July 26, 2018 via mobile

Could have been so much better. Very badly signposted and random exhibits in side. The King Arthur rooms and story line was very pretty but nothing to do with the area as far as I can see. Nothing at all about the Dukes of Brittany...More

Thank Andy D
Reviewed July 25, 2018

We took the grandchildren (and their parents). The outside is spectacular, but the inside didnt really engage the kids (5 and 8). There is an effort to deal with non French speakers, but the translations (I am bilingual) reminded us of Japanese stereo manuals in...More

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Reviewed July 11, 2018 via mobile

What a great place to visit. Fascinating history. Brilliant restoration work and still ongoing. Well worth a visit. Most information is in English, French & German. Very picturesque setting and lovely beach nearby.

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bella997
July 19, 2017|
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Response from Escutcheon | Reviewed this property |
Sorry for the delay but have been away. We went by car but from the map it's about 4-5km away.
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July 19, 2017|
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Response from Morbihan C | Property representative |
Hello the nearest bus station from the chateau is 6 km away; in Sarzeau towncenter. Quite a long walk but you can hire bicycles in Sarzeau for 12€ fro a day and 8€ for 1/2 day. Any question, please ask. Have a nice day
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swindonwalker
August 29, 2015|
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Response from Chateau_Suscinio | Property representative |
As said previously and kindly by Caroleem4, the Château is open all year round except on the 24th, 25th, 31rst of december and 1st january. in 2015: 2pm to 5pm from November to January 2pm to 6pm in February, March and... More
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