Guy de Maupassant is widely renowned as one of the best short story writers to ever have lived – he was born here. This mansion is set in beautiful French woods, and today, it’s a popular hotel – you can actually stay here for a few nights if you want.The highlights here are:
- The Castle: It was built in 1590 on the ruins of an old castle. Its interior décor has been preserved through the centuries.
- The beautiful French park filled with tall beech trees.
- A thirteenth century vegetable garden restored in 1945.
- The pretty 16th century Saint Anthony the Hermit Chapel made of sandstone and flint.
Our advice? Stay here for two-three days. It’s absolutely enchanting. The host is charming and the staff will treat you like family.
- Get souvenirs from the gift shop.
- Guided tour for EUR 6.50.
- Possibly closed from December – March. Call and ask.
- You’ll have to drive here.
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45.22% of people who visit Dieppe include Chateau De Miromesnil in their plan
1 PM - 2 PM
95% of people start their Chateau De Miromesnil visit around 1 PM - 2 PM
People usually take around 3 Hrs to see Chateau De Miromesnil
95% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Chateau De Miromesnil
People normally club together The Jacques-emile Blanche Museum And William Farcy Park and Manoir D'ango while planning their visit to Chateau De Miromesnil.
Garden absolutely beautiful and a most enjoyable day there. Easy distance from Dieppe. Helpful staff. Tour in French but given a comprehensive guide to read which was very informative.
Glorious château with a garden to make your heart sing. We wish we could have stayed longer
Enthusiastic guide took us around lovely house and grounds
Very nice place. The visit takes 90 minutes and the guide is very knowledgeable
Everything I dreamed of... This owner operated château is an absolute gem. From the tranquil setting to the warm hosts, your cares will float away as you enter the gate. The historical element was also far more rewarding and enlightnening than I expected. Dont speak French? No worries, this property is english-friendly and graciously accommodates those of us with poor command of the French language. As an artist I entered the property with hopes for finding painting inspiration somewhere on the property. I was NOT disappointed! I spent an entire day surrounded by flowers in the kitchen garden, painting away. I am so thankful for this quick visit to paradise and am already formulating plans for my next visit. Bravo to the owners and staff for creating a truly special escape. Thank you.