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Chateau-sur-Mer is a landmark of High Victorian architecture, furniture, wallpapers, ceramics and stenciling. It was the most palatial residence in Newport from its completion in 1852 until the appearance of the Vanderbilt houses in the...more
All reviews guided tour victorian mansion newport mansions family home year round china trade self guided wall coverings marble house ask questions lovely home french chateau dining room great history great mansion nice tour gilded age
I visited this after Breakers and before Elms as part of the "visit 5" ticket. This was a nice break from the audio tours. I can't remember our guide's name but it was Friday, Oct. 12th at 1:15. She was perfection- regal but down to...More
Good guided tour brings the history of the place and the area to life.
Although very French chateau form outside, the interior was not particularly french in style but stylish anyway
the combined 5 mansion ticket was excellent value, and we spent a whole day...More
Though an older property it is very interesting in it's own right. Predating the guided age cottages it differs in many respects from the more sumptuous structures. It is, however, magnificent and it is always interesting to speculate on how it would be to have...More
On this visit to Newport (first time to the mansions after 14 years) I decided to add Chateau-sur-Mer, which I'd not visited on past trips.
I'm glad I did -- while it is fairly palatial in size in its current form (remodeled and expanded over...More