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Very interesting chateau, despite troubled history

Chateau d'Anet was built in the 14th century and was inhabited by Diane de Poitiers, wife of Henry... read more

Reviewed 23 September 2015
Michael B
Bury, United Kingdom
Well Worth Visiting for the Statue of Diana the Huntress Alone

The Château may not be as beautiful as it once was, but it is worth a visit just to see the Statue... read more

Reviewed 5 August 2015
Devizes, United Kingdom
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Jul 21, 2017
“Can be skipped”
Sep 23, 2015
“Very interesting chateau, despite troubled history”
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Reviewed 21 July 2017 via mobile

We stopped here due to the tour book recommendation... nothing to write home about. We took the guided tour... in French... what a waste of time... Nothing to see in the neighborhoods too

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Reviewed 23 September 2015

Chateau d'Anet was built in the 14th century and was inhabited by Diane de Poitiers, wife of Henry II of France. It has been captured and retaken, demolished (in part) and rebuilt in the centuries and is now inhabited by a "normal" French family. There...More

2  Thank Michael B
Reviewed 21 August 2015

I was shocked to find we could not leave the tour when we wanted to. Effectively kept in the house for 75 minutes listening to the guide speaking rapidly in French which I couldn't really understand. Was so glad to get out. Couldn't even have...More

Reviewed 5 August 2015

The Château may not be as beautiful as it once was, but it is worth a visit just to see the Statue of Diana the Huntress behind the main Chapel on the right as you enter the Château courtyard. Yes, the tour is in French,...More

1  Thank AmpGray
Reviewed 21 September 2014

Town of Dreux is an hour from the centre of Paris by train. From the train station you can take a number 28 or 80 which takes you to Anet. Dont ask the taxi drivers at the station if a bus goes to Anet as...More

4  Thank Anne2350
Reviewed 10 August 2012

We went out of our way to visit this chateau in May 2012 and were very disappointed. Many people were gathered in the courtyard when we arrived (after paying an entrance fee) and after about 10 minutes an officious woman who turned out to be...More

17  Thank MissPlank
Reviewed 14 May 2012

I do enjoy good food and I have to say that this restaurant gave us the best! Really enjoyed a wonderful meal with our party of 8 friends. Great ingredience and service and all at a very reasonable price. Planning our next trip to France...More

Thank DeeGolf
Reviewed 10 December 2011

Je ne me lasse jamais de visiter ces châteaux privés, malgré les restrictions (visite guidée, aucune photo, etc.). Ces châtelains du monde d'aujourd'hui y consacrent amour, temps et argent pour nous faire revivre notre histoire (oui, je suis canadien, mais de souche française en 1655)....More

5  Thank Ytrepan
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