On the Border of the Sologne and the Cher Valley
With its red brick towers and half-timbered walls, this lovely little château surrounded by water-filled moats is a real gem in the heart of a forest full of flowers and wildlife, including animals such as wild boars and roe deer among others.
The history of the Château du Moulin is closed linked to that of the Romorantin aristocracy, but it also had its hours of glory in the 1960s when it served as a backdrop for the ‘Thierry la Fronde’ TV and film series. And let’s not forget the Trophées François 1er, a hot air balloon competition and annual event that spreads its magic, giving the château a fairytale atmosphere.
The château’s grounds contain a wide variety of fruit trees and perennials that blend in harmoniously with their surroundings.