|Château de Beaumesnil|
Château de Beaumesnil: The current château was built between 1633 and 1640. It is considered an excellent example of Louis XIII architecture. It is situated 135 km west of Paris. It is possible to visit the interior and the French formal gardens. It is also well-known for its collection of ancient bookbindings.
|Château du Champs de Bataille|
Some say that the present owner of the Château du Champs de Bataille, Jacques Garcia, is trying to construct a garden in line with Versailles. Certainly from the air it was a very impressive site.
The medieval Château d'Harcourt was constructed between the 12th and 14th centuries. The château has retained some of its medieval architecture which bears testament to its defensive role in the 14th century. In the 17th century the role of the château changed and it was all about pleasure. The eastern façade shows the classical architecture of this period. The moats have been filled in and the terrace now leads to a parterre rather than the earlier French garden.
|Abbaye du Bec-Hellouin|
Château du Champs de Bataille
Place du Château 27110 Le Neubourg
Domaine d'Harcourt 13 Rue du Château, 27800 Harcourt