Découverte du château de Lauquerie

Patrimoine culturel

Former fortress built in the 14th century, long bastion of the Templars, erected to defend the borders of the Dordogne and the village of Lauzun, the castle of Lauquerie was offered by Henri IV to his squire Sire François de Longueval for having served him faithfully for 30 years. Remained for several decades in the Longueval family, it was partially destroyed during the French Revolution, then became the property of the Lajaunie family from 1889 to 1989. Completely renovated in the 90s, it is nowadays a private residence converted into tourist accommodation. . Mireille Lairie opens the doors of this extraordinary place, for a guided tour followed by a tasting meal (min 10 people). Afternoon relaxation in supplement - on request.

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2627 route d'Eymet
47410 LAUZUN
GPS : 44.6673075 | 0.3988491


Opening : Open all year by appointment.

Unlisted

Group : yes 10 minimum 45 maximum

Visiting conditions : Guided tour by appointment only

Services : Wifi

Facilities : Pram-friendly, Coach parking, Swimming-pool, Restaurant, Projection room, Equipped conference room

Prices :
Basic price - full adult price 35,00€ visite et repas dégustation
Basic price - full adult price 5,00€ après-midi détente par personne en supplément

Means of payment : Cheques and postal orders, Cash, Bank transfers