Dampierre-en-Yvelines castle
An architectural masterpiece that spans the ages

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Visit a historic residence in the Chevreuse valley

A majestic building begun in the 17th century, the Château de Dampierre-en-Yvelines is a jewel of French heritage. It stands proudly along the town's Grande Rue, its appearance changing with the times. It was in the 17th century that the de Luynes family commissioned Jules Hardouin-Mansart, Louis XIV's architect for the Château de Versailles, to undertake gigantic harmonisation works.
Outside the monument, stroll through the formal gardens designed by André Le Nôtre and the magnificent floral park with its colourful flowerbeds.

Enhancing the beauty of Dampierre castle and its inn

Since acquiring the Dampierre estate in 2018, its current owner, Franky Mulliez, has been keen to restore it to its former glory. This project is helping to safeguard this historic residence, located just a few minutes from Paris in the heart of the Haute Vallée de Chevreuse Regional Nature Park. More recently, the transformation work carried out within the inn has gone hand in hand with the château's gradual return to splendour. So a stay in the Yvelines, with its wealth of heritage and cultural discoveries, is guaranteed to be a memorable experience for families and friends alike.

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