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All reviews worth a visit interesting history french history spiral staircase wine cellar well worth the trip the kitchen great market period furniture middle ages chateau renaissance village art stroll century pond
Spent an hour and a half visiting this chateau during a lovely October day. The member of staff at the desk in reception/shop was most helpful and took a lot of time explaining the history of the chateau to us and drawing our attention to...More
Stopped here to see the Grave of Camus. Definitely recommended for English majors and fans of Existentialism.
We walked from there to the Chateau in our daily quest for 10,000 steps.
Fairly good effort to put the castle in the context of French history.
The Chateau is a wonderful little castle with all the bells and whistles. Many period furniture, nice views, and a beautifully maintained garden. You can spend as much time as you wish, or whistle through.
Parts are medieval and parts are renaissance. Many rooms are furnished to help you understand how it must have appeared at the time. Full explanations in English and French. Certainly worth a visit if you are visiting Lourmarin.
Went for a drive out today with my mother to see the Chateau and it was simply stunning. The gardens were beautiful, the pond with the exceptionally large fish was gorgeous, the building itself was lovely and the staff were all too friendly. Well worth...More
The chateau is very well maintained. There is a beautiful pond with water lilies and koi right after the entry way. All the rooms in the chateau are nicely decorated with period furniture, and the information provided are revealing. There is also a concert hall...More
If you're in the area, then Chateau de Lourmarin is definitely worth a visit.
It's not huge, you can do a quick tour in about an hour, plus a bit longer if you want to stroll around the grounds.
It's a very well preserved/restored chateau,...More