Hunaudaye Castle in Brittany by EuroTourData

Hunaudaye Castle is the restored moated castle, built around 1220 for the House of Tournemire as the counter-castle against the hostile House of Poudouvre. During the War of the Breton Succession, the castle was attacked and captured by Montfort's army and English troops. From 1367 to 1474 the castle was restored and modernized. In 2008, the Departmental Council of Côtes-d'Armor became the owner of the castle. Since 1977, the castle has been managed, maintained and expanded by the Château de la Hunaudaye.

Northern view on towers and curtain walls of Hunaudaye Castle in Brittany

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Hunaudaye Castle tabular info
Tourist Audience Cultural heritage tourism
French name Château de la Hunaudaye
Type Moated castle
Subtype Counter-castle
Condition Largely restored
Entrance fee € 5.50
Opening hours From 1st April to 30th June from to and from 1st July to 17th September from to CEST UTC+02:00
Owner Departmental Council of Côtes-d'Armor
Operator Association du Chôteau de la Hunaudaye
VIAF ID 57144647648653000030
Street address
9 La Hunaudaye
Postal code 22270
Commune Plédéliac
Region Brittany
Country France
Latitude 48.47279
Longitude -2.33900
GeoNames ID 12524010
Plus code 8CWVFMF6+4C

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