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They are missing out on providing a great experience here. Lovely chateaux but no furniture, just great big empty rooms. Just a load of period dresses hanging about. They could have done so much more. At €5. 00 a person you can wander round in...More
I am a sucker for both medieval and renaissance. Chateaudun is a great example of how these castles evolved. From the 12th century donjon to the middle wing to the renaissance wing. You take a self-guided tour. The place surprised me - I have been...More
Perched over the river this impressive chateau perhaps disappoints a little inside as it is in the main unfurnished. However it is very reasonably priced and the tapestry display is good. Staff are friendly but there didn't seem to be any English speaking tours at...More
Chateaudun is a small town with two main attractions - the Grottes at the bottom of the cliff and the castle at the top. Neither is especially close to the station or the vaguely termed 'Halte Routiere' (actually by the Piscine / swimming pool) for...More
I visited this château early on a rainy morning. At 11am I took the tour of the keep, which was the oldest, more Medieval part. The tour was in French and it was very informative, lasting about 1 hour, I'm not sure if they do...More
From outside it looks more impressive than many of 3/3 rated castles in the Loire area. We were on the way to Chartres, therefore we stopped here just for a walk around the castle rock. And it was worth that stop.