• English
    • The castle was built in 1489 by Francois de Caumont, Lord of Castelnaud, under the intiative of his wife Claude de Cardaillac. The name « Milandes » indicates that the Middle Age it was a forest area, located between the strongholds of Castelnaud and Berbiguières, which was owned by Caumont. The castle of Milandes remained the main residence of the Caumont family until 1535, allowing them to manage their estate while enjoying an elegant residence, far from the auster environment of the feudal fortress of Castelnaud.
      In 1900, it became the property of Charles Claverie, a rich industrialist who carried out important alterations. Mr Claverie widow rented Milandes to a certain Doctor Malès in 1932.


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  • Children playground
  • Chèques Vacances (Holiday voucher)
  • Credit card accepted
  • English spoken
  • Entertainment
  • Groups
  • Parking
  • Restaurant
  • open 7/7

Useful information

Location : In the countryside

Province : Black Périgord

Location : Les Milandes
24250 Castelnaud la Chapelle


Les Milandes
24250 Castelnaud la Chapelle


Phone : 05 53 59 31 21

Fax : 05 53 29 17 33

GPS coordinates

44° 49'24.18"N, 1° 6'47.84"E

Traveller Reviews

4.5 sur 5 1522 reviews

  • "Chateau des Milandes is Gorgeous"

    5 / 5 Reviews posted by Intlxpatr (Pensacola, Florida) on 04/01/2020

    This chateau is beautiful. Just seeing it, and the grounds, and eating at the cafe is an enchanting and memorable experience. We toured the castle, but photos are forbidden and there are signs...

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  • "Excellent day out."

    5 / 5 Reviews posted by JaneBright (Harrogate, United Kingdom) on 09/10/2019

    This attraction is very well done. I would go so far to say one of the best I have visited (anywhere). There is so much and it is presented in a way that makes feel it was a home as well as the...

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  • "Beautiful"

    5 / 5 Reviews posted by rfisher17 on 08/10/2019

    Interesting look at Josephine Baker. The Château is very nice. Well worth the time to visit. Don’t miss the grounds.

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