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Château de Bellegarde

This 14th century château underwent extensive renovation in the early 20th century using Leo Drouyn’s plans with grounds designed by Gabriel Perdoux.

Informations pratiques

Address : Bellegarde

Tel : 06 09 24 24 72
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Opening closure : from 15th of june to 29th of july and from 1st of september to 30th, from sunday to friday 2 to 8 pm

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Its past is closely bound to the Château de Montastruc to the north of the village of Lamonzie-Montastruc which they both tower above at the confluence between the Louyre and Caudeau.

Château de Bellegarde has belonged to the same family since the mid-19th century and is home to beautiful receptions rooms, a library, dining room and more furnished entirely with several Aubusson tapestries.

This is a real family home whose interiors reflect how wealthy landowners lived in the early 20th century.

A walk in the grounds enables visitors to admire Bellegarde’s architecture in all its glory and enjoy panoramic views of Caudeau Valley.

 Adults : 6€
 Children (-12years): 3€
 Groups (10 pers max) & Students : 5€

Visites privées étendues (appartements privés, cuisines, cave,...) sur demande