Château de la Sémondière

Patrimoine culturel,

BRECEY

Semondière Castle was built at the turn of the 16th century. This elegant little, Louis 13th-style château is protected by a moat and was the seat of the Counts of Brécey. The carefully furnished and decorated interior plunges the visitor into the world of Norman nobility. Also, discover the life of Jean de Julienne, collector and patron of painter Antoine Watteau. Rooms can be rented for seminars and banquets.

Services

Equipment

  • Picnic area

Sittings

  • Shop
  • Bicycle parking
  • Free WIFI
  • Groups welcome