Grand Taute Manor

Chateaux

It was built in the late 16th century by Jean Le Coq, officer of the court. The visit exemplifies the rural seigneury during the troubled period of the Wars of Religion. A very elaborate defensive system, in perfect condition, protected the residence from any enemy incursions. The outbuildings comprise a bakery, a press room, barns, horse stables and stables bordering the front courtyard.

Visit duration : 45 min

Spoken languages :

  • English

SAINT-SAUVEUR-LENDELIN

50490 SAINT-SAUVEUR-VILLAGES

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Pets accepted : yes

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