• 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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Services

  • 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

Address

Les Milandes
24250 Castelnaud la Chapelle

Contact

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 1347 reviews

  • "The Voice"

    5 / 5 Reviews posted by Ian S (Lake Macquarie, Australia) on 04/06/2019

    The chateau is all about Mademoiselle Baker. Fine architecture and bird show notwithstanding, it's hard to dismiss the Baker tenure. Her story alone is worth the visit, so extraordinary is it. Best...

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  • "Historical must see!"

    5 / 5 Reviews posted by lorie305 (Rainier, Washington) on 29/05/2019

    Following the life of Josephine Baker, from good times to bad, makes one realize the impact she had on civil rights. Only one race...the human race. Beautiful setting with ample parking, the grounds...

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  • "Gardens, history and birds"

    5 / 5 Reviews posted by sddetzler (Elmhurst, Illinois) on 28/05/2019

    Had a great time wandering the grounds. The flowers are amazing. The gardens are immaculate. The birds..quite cheeky. We loved every min of it. The tour is easy to follow as it’s self guided...

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