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There's not much of a castle to see however what's left is interesting. The views from the grounds are really good and it's a pleasent walk on a sunny day when you can see the furthest, a family picknic in the grounds is well worth...More
There’s not a lot left of the castle but enough remains to marvel at the thickness of its walls, and height and there are few nooks and crannies to explore. A few information boards are also scattered around which include English and help to add...More
We spent an hour or so exploring the castle ruins.It is a beautiful area. It was rainy the day we went but remained in the area because of the beauty and the history of the castle. The signs at the site are a must read...More
Domfront I do hope is on the up. There is so much history in this small town with its medieval timber framed buildings with the castle having been central to it all historically sadly now a remnant of its former glory reflected in many of...More
I find a walk around the grounds of the chateau very pleasant any time of year. During the summer the tourist information office offers guided walks around the chateau and old town for just a few euros. On a Wednesday afternoon the tour is in...More
The Medieval old town in Domfront with its castle ruins dating back to the 11th century is worth a visit - free entry into the ruins and a great place for a picnic. Lovely sights from the high vantage points looking out over the countryside....More
Nice medieval old town. As Sam Johnson would say, worth seeing if you're in the area, but maybe not worth going to see if you're not. (Given that there are so many equivalents in Europe, but definitely worth an afternoon.)