This beautifully restored castle in Dordogne may look like many other castles in the area but the garden and some of the outbuildings houses games of all sizes and for all ages. We tried it and got hooked.
What an entertaining place! We have 3 kids; 13, 11 and 9, they loved it! We bought a ticket that allowed us entrance to the chateaux and the Valley of Mystery ( a treasure hunt through the woods), money well spent. Aside from the beautiful chateaux there is an amazing array of activities to try, in the grounds and within... 更多
Was a fantastic set up and a great day out. We had no idea what to do on a semi rainy day but this place was great. The chateau itself has been well preserved and restored and the medieval games and fun outside and in the tower for the children was brilliant. Would definitely recommend it to anyone with children
Château Bridoire is a great place to take the family. Wonderful old fashioned/medieval games to play at any age. The shop has reasonably priced refreshments. The only down side is that it shuts when the horses get exercised. But they are nice to watch so you don't mind. The château is still being renovated but what has been done is... 更多
I've been a couple of times now, with my family and have greatly enjoyed it on each occasion. For a health and safety repressed Brit it's a great breath of fresh air, lots of hands on things to do and they are all pretty simple to grasp.
A small private castle near Bergerac with lots of old games for children and a historic visit for parents. A perfect moment. We have picnic near the castle it was great!
The chateau is slowly being converted from a ruin to a fantastic place. The large wooden toys in the grounds are fantastic for children,
We went here with our daughter last summer. Really lovely atmosphere, nice chateau to have a look around with staff dressed in authentic clothes. Nice wine and food available too. The chateau is light with candle light only and is really atmospheric inside and out.