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Chateau de Lacypierre

Saint-Crepin-et-Carlucet, 24590 Saint-Crepin-et-Carlucet, France
+33 7 61 17 64 26
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Beautiful place

Not a proper review as we have not been inside as the limited opening times have not worked for us... read more

Reviewed 2 July 2016
PatC28
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South Glos. England
History described in detail

This is an old building which has been lovingly restored by the owners. Its history is described by... read more

Reviewed 23 September 2015
Nodot
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Edinburgh, United Kingdom
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About ten kilometers north of Sarlat-la-Canédat in black Périgord, stop in Saint-Crepin-et-Carlucet to visit the castle Lacypierre, built between the fifteenth and seventeenth centuries on a stump of the thirteenth century . He successively belonged to Ferriere, vassals Knights of Salignac, then to Benié of Lacypierre, family of civil and military officers who gave it their name. It is a true manor sarladaise that emerges from the forest when you arrive. The building, constructed on either side of a hexagonal tower housing the staircase, also has a square tower with a dovecote and a slate roof. The central body is pierced with transom windows. After visiting the area freely Castle Lacypierre, discover the exhibition explaining the restoration work to save the building. In summer, you can visit the castle, fully furnished and inhabited by the owners every Friday and Sunday at 15:30.
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2 Jul 2016
“Beautiful place”
23 Sep 2015
“History described in detail”
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Hours Today: 15:30 - 17:30
Suggested Duration: 1-2 hours
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Saint-Crepin-et-Carlucet, 24590 Saint-Crepin-et-Carlucet, France
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+33 7 61 17 64 26
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Reviewed 2 July 2016

Not a proper review as we have not been inside as the limited opening times have not worked for us. Why the review? A picture of this place hands on our lounge wall form our first visit to the area five years ago as we...More

Thank PatC28
Reviewed 23 September 2015

This is an old building which has been lovingly restored by the owners. Its history is described by the lady of the house who also takes you round. The description is long and in French, but the tour is very interesting.

Thank Nodot
Reviewed 13 September 2014

We had 4 wonderful days at the "Les Charmes". Very special place, paradise…Hosting was excellent. Very good location, all facilities were great, out door swimming pool, Internet access, and a great sweet breakfast every day. Eric, the owner of the property, was very helpful he...More

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Reviewed 1 July 2014

The on site commentary on Fridays @ 3.30 is only available in French, a stroll to the Chateau was still worthwhile.

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