Last updated on 21 February 08
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Chateau de Breteuil

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  • Chateau de Breteuil Photograph © Oxford Botanica/Adam Hodge
  • Chateau de Breteuil, France Photograph © Oxford Botanica/Adam Hodge

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Originally known as Bevilliers, the chateau was built in the early 1600s for the Marquis de Breteuil. The garden was restored by Achille Duchene in the twentieth century and there is also a Jardin des Princes (1991) named after the Prince of Wales.
Address - Choisel, 78460, Chevreuse, France
Website - Visit the Chateau de Breteuil website

Designers and Influences

This garden has been designed and influenced by Achille Duchene (Duchesne)

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  • over 6 years ago Adam Hodge said

    The long pleached-lime drive only allows you to see some fine gates. Arriving at said gates a stunning but not overtly grand Chateau sits in a lawned front edged with fine mature hedges and large clipped fat Pyramids . A sense of anticipation is created. The lawns nearest the house sport a lovely patterned box edging. You advance around the righthand side of the Chateau to the main formal gardens ! There is so much more to see !

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