8 Hameau de Romesnil 76340 NESLE-NORMANDEUSE / Vallée de la Bresle
The Château de Romesnil, built in 1750 for Louis-Auguste de Bourbon, Prince of Dombes, grandson of King Louis XIV of France, was built in the middle of the Forest of Eu so he could use it to go hunting. The inside immerses visitors in the refined atmosphere of the 18th century with its panelling in the drawing rooms, its parquetry and its antique furniture. The service wing has kept its beautiful kitchen that is in its original state and shows a collection of copper utensils.
Official historical monument of France (MHC)
|02 January 2019 to 31 December 2019|
The visit lasts approximately : 60 min
|Base rate - full rate adult||From 5.00€
|Rate for adult group||From 3.50€
Methods of payment : Postal or bank cheques, Cash