Château de Bourbilly

RD9 Bourbilly
21460 - VIC-DE-CHASSENAY
Côte d'Or
Ph. +33 XX XX XX XX
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Bourbilly castle used to be the home of the vertuous Jeanne de Chantal and her grandaughter, the famous marquess of Sévigné. It was erected in the XIV century, and is still used as a home today. You will be dazzled by its admirable library adorned with gothic boiseire and by its living room, illuminated by 9 Venice crystal chandeliers. Discover also its shady park and its cascading ponds crossed by the river Serein.

Spoken languages :

  • English

Groups

    Groups welcomed : yes

    Maximum size : 60

Other offered services
Heritages, museums, places to visit
Parc du château de Bourbilly - VIC-DE-CHASSENAY

 

Last update : 20/12/2017

Documents languages

French German English Chinese Italian Dutch

On site activities

  • Conferences

Services

  • Shop

Opening period

Opening date :
DateFrom
01Jul2018
DateTo
31Aug2018
Opening hours :
Morning
OpeningHourAMFrom10h00OpeningHourAMTo12h00
Afternoon
OpeningHourPMFrom15h00OpeningHourPMTo18h00
Closing days :
Tuesday

Payment

  • Cheques and postal orders
  • Cash
  • Bank transfers

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