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"Access to this chateau has only been permitted in the last few months after a family dedicated itself to its restoration which, due to the massive scale of works, is ongoing. Despite the restoration being barely half finished this makes for a more fascinating visit. After being abandoned before WW..."2 the chateau fell victim to naked, mindless vandalism, particularly in the mid to late 90s. For us this was the most shocking part of our visit but nevertheless part of the history of the chateau and it was more interesting for us to visit at this stage in the restoration rather than later when it will hopefully become a fully restored renaissance building. Much of the ground floor has already been restored but all of the upper level is still in its vandalised state and can be seen as part of the tour, making this an extremely unusual find as one very rarely gets to see this raw side of things during restoration work.
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"We liked the outdoor entertainment and picnic area - also the fact you could buy your picnic food att he chateau. It is still being renovated so it is a work in progress. The works that have been completed are really good."