Château de La Ville Huë

Historic site and monument, Castle, Museum, History in Guer
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  • The Château de La Ville Huë, located in Guer (Coëtquidan) in the Morbihan region, has been owned by the same family for 700 years.
    The castle was founded in the 14th century.
    It was enlarged in the 17th century. In the 19th century, the Rennes architect Aristide TOURNEUX gave it its current appearance.
    The Château stands in the middle of a large landscaped park, designed in the 19th century by the Bühler brothers, with ponds, a stream and forest. Its 19th century outbuildings and kennels are...
    The Château de La Ville Huë, located in Guer (Coëtquidan) in the Morbihan region, has been owned by the same family for 700 years.
    The castle was founded in the 14th century.
    It was enlarged in the 17th century. In the 19th century, the Rennes architect Aristide TOURNEUX gave it its current appearance.
    The Château stands in the middle of a large landscaped park, designed in the 19th century by the Bühler brothers, with ponds, a stream and forest. Its 19th century outbuildings and kennels are still visible and provide an interesting insight into the utilitarian buildings that could be built at that time.
    The park and the castle can be visited (guided tour) by reservation only by calling 06 80 90 98 22.
    The foundation of the castle dates back to the 14th century.
    It was extended in the 17th century. In the 19th century, the Rennes architect Aristide TOURNEUX gave it its current appearance.
    The Château stands in the middle of a large landscaped park, designed in the 19th century by the Bühler brothers, with ponds, a stream and forest. Its 19th century outbuildings and kennels are still visible and provide an interesting insight into the utilitarian buildings that could be built at that time.
    The park and the castle can be visited (guided tour) by reservation only by calling 06 80 90 98 22.
  • Spoken languages
    • French
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