A renaissance castle, built by a courtier of François I. The castle is unchanged since the sixteenth century and a lunette, on the website, shows a renaissance garden on the lines of the present garden. There is a terrace garden with hornbeam hedges and a wisteria tunnel.
Head Gardener's Comment
The charmille green chambers are terraced over the Vézère river.
A wonderful labyrinthine walk leading to a Virgilian view of the country side.
The garden within the walls leads through a wisteria tunnel to a box crenelated and roselined walk to the lower garden with rosemary and lavender patterns and a knot garden.
An architectural garden which satisfies the sight but also charms through scent and colour.
Inspired by XVIth& XVIIth century prints.
The garden was abandoned until work of restitution was undertaken following gradual restauration of the castle for the past 20 years
The site the castle and the gardens are listed Monuments Historiques
Plants of note
Botanic information is given at the entrance of the courtyard.
The garden has been selected as one of the three "jardins d'exception" in France by the EBTS (European Boxwood and Topiary Society).
over 3 years by
5 / 5
It's a charming garden, a "must see" for garden lovers! Beautiful surrounding landscape, so typically French! fantastic design and a tiny knot garden, a real masterpiece!
almost 4 years by
5 / 5
The most charming garden in the region
over 7 years by
3 / 5
The gardens of the Chateau de Loss are delightful medieval-style gardens. They include clipped box shapes filled with roses and a clipped rosemary parterre filled with balls of lavender. However the gardens are small and the garden visit soon over.
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