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“Amazing castle and real treasure of culture”

“Peace and harmony makes happy people”

“Sharing this treasure with us – making us feel welcome”

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– From the guestbook

La Vie de Château

Château de la Buronnière offers only five guest rooms, ensuring all guests a very private holiday.
The castle has a Grand Gallery, with views on the front lawn, ancient trees and the lake. Furthermore, two sitting rooms and a grand oak library are also for the use of our guests.

La Vie de Château

Château de la Buronnière offers only five guest rooms, ensuring all guests a very private holiday.
The castle has a Grand Gallery, with views on the front lawn, ancient trees and the lake. Furthermore, two sitting rooms and a grand oak library are also for the use of our guests.

The Gardens

The gardens of 14 acres are a green paradise alive with birdsong. Some of the trees in the gardens are of special interest: the old Sycamores near the pond, the Lebanon Cedars and a ‘cathedral’ of Giant Sequoias.
The gardens are also full of history and serenity with old walls, granite water-basins, sources and richly crafted iron gates large iron gates. There are woodland gardens, an old walled garden, an orchard, fruit and vegetable gardens and many places to sit down, to relax or to play a game.

History

Documents from 1410 mention the existence of the Château de la Buronnière and its first-known family. The castle tells the story of Anjou, of France, of Europe and of its people. It is tied to the history of the once powerful empire of Anjou with the city of Angers as its capital. The château also tells the human side of history, a story of people. Each of the six families who lived here until now also contributed to the creation and preservation of the beautiful facades, interiors, outbuildings and gardens. We invite you to be a part of this history with us.

History

Documents from 1410 mention the existence of the Château de la Buronnière and its first-known family. The castle tells the story of Anjou, of France, of Europe and of its people. It is tied to the history of the once powerful empire of Anjou with the city of Angers as its capital. The château also tells the human side of history, a story of people. Each of the six families who lived here until now also contributed to the creation and preservation of the beautiful facades, interiors, outbuildings and gardens. We invite you to be a part of this history with us.

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