ChÃ¢teau des Martinanches
The Martinanches is a peaceful, silent retreat which surprises and captivates the visitor.
The chateau nestles at the bottom of a valley in a park surrounded by moats. It was built in the 11th Century and altered
in the 15th and 18th centuries. The reception rooms are pleasantly intimate.
The visitor can admire : the vaulted drawing-room with its monumental fire-place, the dining-room with its 23 chairs. French-style ceilings, porcelain from the East India Company crockery from the Tuileries an abundance of furniture,
souvenirs of Alexandre de Riberolles who was the President of the Audit Office, Lord Chancellor of the Legion of Honour.
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