The Château de Reynel: Located on a steep rocky spur between Chaumont and Neufchâteau, during the Middle Ages Reynel was a defensive outpost facing the Holy Roman Empire, and later Lorraine.
It includes a long main building comprising dwellings, with two eastward facing rectangular buildings situated at an angle alongside the building on the same side as the main courtyard.
The chapel is housed in one of these lodges.
To the south, at the corner formed by the main dwelling and the lodge, an attractive terrace has been created on the site of the keep, offering an excellent review across the narrow valley featuring a lake ideally situated between the wooded slopes.
A landscape chosen for a park extended with wide views, Reynel deploys around its 13th, 15th and 18th century castle, a kingdom of lawns, ponds and forests. Less wild around the house, the park is adorned with sought-after species, curved paths, statues and balustrades inviting people to contemplate from afar.
June 1, 2020
September 20, 2020
* Ouvert au public de juin jusqu'aux journées du Patrimoine en Septembre Pour les groupes, sur rendez-vous du 1er avril au 31 octobre.
- From June 1, 2020 until September 20, 2020