Château de Montréal, Issac

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The Château de Montréal is a château in the Dordogne department located near the commune of Issac, in southwestern France. It overlooks the valley of the Crempse River.

It was built as a castle in the 12th century and rebuilt in the 16th century. It has been classified as a monument historique by the French Ministry of Culture since 1948. It is now a private residence.

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  • Not really mentioned on travel books and off the tracks close to the Dordogne, but worth to stop. It overlooks the valley of the Crempse River. It was built as a castle in the 12th century and it’s...  more »
  • You arrive at an imposing door to the Chateau grounds. The guide greets you and assembles the tour party. Guides are art students on monthly secondments to show people round and explain the details...  more »
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  • I have been searching for this Chateau for some time as we stayed here on holiday many years ago when I must have been around 10 years old. I have the fondest memories of this holiday and even got to meet the Marquis himself when he invited us to visit the house. Thank you for such a brilliant holiday. I will now visit again if I’m able.
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