Dans ce parc ancien, maison, terrasses, talus remontent au XVIème et délimitent ses composantes : cour d’honneur, potager, verger… Un circuit d’eau le traverse, joignant l’utile et l’agréable. Des arbres remarquables rappellent la présence de trois générations de Grands Maîtres des eaux et forêts de Normandie.
Laiterie, glacière, cave, tombeau agrémentent la promenade.
Membre ARPJHN Jardin remarquable Parc classé monument historique,
Participant au programme Jardins et Chandelles
Informations pratiques pour les visites :
Dates et horaires d’ouverture :
Pour les particuliers, tous les jours du 1er juin au 1er août inclus, de 15h à 18h. Entrée gratuite en semaine, 4 € le dimanche. Gratuité pour les mineurs et scolaires
Pour les groupes, du 1er mai auu 31 octobre, 3 € par personne.
Participation aux journées du patrimoine
Parc du château de Fontaine la Soret
Surrounding a château built around 1760, the unusual 15 ha park reveals itselfthrough three stages: a classical garden with outstanding centuries-old trees in front of the main courtyard, small enclosed blue and white gardens designed by Russel Page, and finally a romantic aeria of spouting waters, pool and cascades through woodland.
MemberARPJHN Jardins du Cœur Association des Amis du Jardin
The park is open from July 23rd to August 31st, from 2pm to 6pm, and on the occasion of the Heritage Open Days
Entrance fee: adults 7 €, children under 12 €: free; groups over 10 people : 4.50 €
Visit: 1 to 2 hours long, on your own, leaflet available.
Parc du château de Vandrimare
A challenge to the senses : a garden of hedges and flowers, a cloister full of old-fashion roses, a berry garden, a maze, ornamental groves and orangery, this 18th century and First Empire beautiful park is a succession of themed gardens. A contemporary interpretation, combining sensuality, philosophy, humour and botanic.
Contact : Mr & Mrs Gilles de la Conté
Telephone : 02 32 49 03 57
Fax : 02 32 49 03 57
Mobile : 06 14 90 04 28
Member of ARPJHN Outstanding Garden
The garden is open daily from April 15th to October 31st on Saturdays and Sundays only, from2.30 pm to 6 pm, except each month first week-end.
Entrance fees : adults 6 €, children under 12: free ; groups over 15 : 5 € on appointment.
Visits : 1h30 long.
Parc du château de St-Just
Perched on the hillside of a little valley running down to the river Seine, the partly 16th century park offers many panoramic views from its terraces. A delicate stream runs through the park, feeding rills, formal pools, a huge water-mirror, a cascade, a water staircase, a drinking trough and many other interesting features.
Member of ARPJHN Outstanding Garden Listed Historic Park
Park opens every day from June 4th to August 1st; for groups on appointment, open from May 1st to October 31st
Park opens daily from June 1st toAugust1st from 3 pm to 6 p. Free entrance during the week, 4 € on Sundays.
Free of charge for young students
For groups from May 1st to October 31st, 3 €
Parc et jardins du château d’Acquigny
Between the rivers Eure and Iton, the park, with its poetic mix of classical landscape and romantic elements, makes a fine setting for a Renaissance château. The foliage of centuries old trees casts elegant shadows on water: mirrors, serpentines and waterfalls. A large orangery features a collection of citrus plants and a southern garden, a walled kitchen garden with exceptionally old espaliered fruit trees, and many shrubs blooming all year round.
Member of ARPJHN Charity Scheme "Jardins du Coeur"
Park open Saturdays, and bank holidays from 2 pm to 6 pm, from April 4th to October 31st ; every days from 2pm to 7pm, in July and August ; and all year round for groups on appointment .
Entrance fee: adults 7 €, children from 8 to 16: 4 €; groups (over 20) 6.50 €
Visit on your own or accompanied when visting the castle. Duration about 1h30. For groups, possible guided tour 2h at special rates
Was designed in 1720 as a typical 18th century country house. From that time, still remains a unique Norman double and circular lime-trees avenue, a formal pool with statuary, a ha-ha and the former kitchen garden now used as an orchard. In1880, the French garden became an English park with many exotic trees planted. In 1955 a new French garden with box tree and yew tree hedges was created and lately a small English garden.
Mail: firstname.lastname@example.org Web site: www.chateaudemalleville.com
The park is open evrey day (Monday excepted) in July and August, from 3 pm to 6 pm.
Entrance fees : 3 € per person, free for young people under 18.
Château de Bizy
Built in 1740, this royal historic château, ounce belonged to King Louis XV, to the duke of Penthièvre and to King Louis-Philippe. Remarkable formal pools, statuary and baroque fountains in the park.
Parc parcouru de jeux d’eau et statues.
Telephone : +33 232 51 00 82
Fax : +33 232 21 66 54
Member ARPJHN Outstanding Garden Association des Amis du Jardin
The park is open from April 1st to November 1st, every day except Monday, from 10pm to 12 noon and 2pm to 6pm.
Entrance fee: adult 7.80 €, children 5 €, groups 6.70 €
Visits on your own for the park, about 45 mn. (guided visits for the château, 45 mn)
Parc du manoir des Prévanches
Around a 17th century château, the estate shows a typical Normandy-Ile de France park. Ancient axial avenues of trees, romantic Anglo-Norman manor-house, theatre, hamlet, parkland and country garden. The visitor feels constantly and charmingly opposed between the different European styles of parks and gardens.
The park is open from July 1st to August 16th, from 10am to 5pm ; year round upon request for groups.
Entrance fees : adult 6 €, children under 12 : 3 €
Visits : on your own or conference visit at 3.30pm, 45mn to 1 h visit
Parc et jardins du château de Vascoeuil
Situated in the heart of river Andelle valley, sculpture and landscape framed in a beautiful natural setting at the border of the forest of Lyons. The park of the 16th and 17th century château, is a perfect open-air sculpture gallery. Fifty bronzes, marbles, ceramics and mosaics created by the greatest modern artists stand in a landscaped park and a classic French garden (1774) with mazes and beech tree hedges, along the winding stream and cascades of the river Crevon. Remarkable centuries-old oak-tree.
The park is open from April 4th to November 8th and holidays from 2.30 pm to 6 pm ; in July and August, every days from 11 am to 6 pm ; groups any day on appointment.
Entrance fee: adult 8 €, children over 10 and students and groups 5.50 € Visit on your own, park, museum and Art centre
Parc du château d’Heudicourt
A one kilometre long magnificent avenue of plane and lime trees leads to a 17th century château and to a classic French gardens ordered around an axis distributing flowerbeds, copses, star-shape paths, open-air theatre, circle of coach. Wide perspectives opening on the countryside thanks to invisible ha-ha.
Contact : Mr et Mrs Estève
1, Grande Rue
Telephone : +33 232 55 86 06
Fax: +33 232 27 38 46
Mail : email@example.com
The park is open every Sunday afternoon in June, and from 10am to 4pm from July 1st to September 30th
Entrance fee: 1.50 €
Visits on your own.
Le Pressoir d'Or
Within a typical farm of the Normandy Vexin district, you will discover a 2000m2 superb kitchen garden and a beautiful rose garden, both preserving country charm and simplicity. A 27 ha cider apple orchard, a cellar and a cider-workshop are open to the visit.
The estate is open all year round, Monday to Saturday from 2pm to 6pm, and Monday to Friday from to 12h00.
Entrance fee: Visit on your own and cider tasting: 2 €, on Fridaysat 5 pm, from May to September, guided tour: 4.5 €, for groups (min. 50) on appointment : 3.50€
Pour les groupes (minimum 50 personnes) sur réservation exclusivement 4 €
Château de Beaumesnil
A unique Louis XIII baroque style château, built 1633/1640, surrounded by 80 ha. landscaped by La Quintinie, who worked with Le Nôtre at Versailles. French gardens, formal pools and spouting waters, moats and a surprising box-tree maze
Château de Beaumesnil
Telephone : +33 232 44 40 09
Fax : +33 232 44 40 09
Mail : firstname.lastname@example.org
Member of ARPJHN
The estate is open, from Easter to June 30th, Friday to Monday from 2pm to 6pm in July and August, every day from 11am to 6pm; in September, every day except Tuesday from 2pm to 6pm.
Entrance fee: Garden only: 3 €; garden, furnished château and bookbinding museum 7 €
Tarifs : jardins seuls 3 €, jardin et château meublé et musée de reliures 7 €
Groups (20 to 50) : 5 €
Visits on your own, about 1h30
Jardins et Roseraie du Château de Miserey
Several gardens succeed in an 18th century landscaped park; mixed borders, groves, spring bulbs garden, orangery and pond, superb rose garden. Major feature is an astonishing theme garden: Hell, Purgatory and Eden, showing collections of thorny and thornless plants, shrubs, roses and trees skilfully interplanted. Important and rare collection of thornless roses.
Contact : Roselyne de Roumilly
Château de Miserey
Téléphone : 02 32 67 00 21
Fax : 02 32 67 00 21
Courriel : email@example.com
Member of ARPJHN Outstanding Garden Listed Garden & Buiding
Garden open from April 1st to August 15th, Friday to Monday and holydays from 2.30pm to 6pm from September 1st to November 1st, Sunday from 2.30pm to 6pm.
Entrance fee : adult 6.50 €, children under 10 : free ; groups 5.50 €, school groups 4 €
Visits on your own or guided on appointment, about 1h.