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laloon wrote a review Jun 2019
Bougival, France101 contributions33 helpful votes
a bit disappointing considering the very interesting historic background; worth seeing though as a transition between the medieval period and the early italian Renaissance
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Date of experience: June 2019
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Ainslie H wrote a review Sep 2017
Istanbul, Turkey42 contributions16 helpful votes
Ango was a very rich maritime Governor of the thriving port of Dieppe and the buildings demonstrate his status and wealth. Now partly dilapidated, you can still enjoy the splendour from the past of both the Manoir and the grounds. It's one of those treasures that you come across in France, that makes the country so special. The leaflet to guide you around is helpful (not too bad English).
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Date of experience: September 2017
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Paul K wrote a review Jul 2017
Worcester, United Kingdom431 contributions43 helpful votes
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This place is so different...its fantastic, feel as you have walked into the 14 century, the Chatelet,the Loggia ( the upper floor is being renovated so closed ), the Dovecote, the East Wing, the Kitchen, and sitting room, have a warmth about them. As a photographer I spent all morning ( opens at 10am till 12.30 ) there was just so much too see.
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Date of experience: June 2017
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MiaGlobetrotter wrote a review May 2017
Paris, France1,058 contributions304 helpful votes
The woman at the kiosk selling tickets in the parking area is very welcoming and shared a lot of history about the place before we set off (in French). You also get a brochure with your entry ticket, also in French and not sure if they exist in English. You will find several panels inside that do have explanations in English, however. No guided tours, you are on your own, so some might be frustrated with that. There are only a few rooms to visit, but what is really spectacular is the size of the place (for back in the day in the 16th century) and all of the architectural details (Italian architects and artists), including the dovecote in the center of the inner courtyard. Photographers will be happy. The history of the man who built it, Jehan Ango, a rich ship owner from Dieppe and who was close to King François 1 is quite interesting. I’ve lived in the Paris region for 22 years and so it is such a pleasure to come to Normandy and have some of these sites practically to our selves! It is so close to Dieppe and well worth the detour! Plus Varengeville-sur-Mer is a chic and wonderful little place with several other great sites to visit.
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Date of experience: April 2017
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gabriellap wrote a review Sep 2016
Anchorage, Alaska344 contributions88 helpful votes
Nice but not anything I'd go out of my way to show friends. Not terribly easy to find, and a bit underwhelming.
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Date of experience: September 2016
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