Another unknown beauty spot, and definitely should be part of any holiday in Brittany. This is one of the most half-hearted tourist attractions you will come across. To enter, you go to the big gate you see in the photo below, and ring the door bell. A chap comes down top let you in and sell you your ticket. He wasn't overworked. Only on our way back did we come across a second visitor. If you like your tourism quiet then this is the p[lace for you. Perfect solitude to explore.
One "in" you then have a long walk through the wooded driveway until suddenly you come across the fortress. Ten you are on your own to explore. I suppose you would have to say explore the ruins, although you can climb a spiral staircase pretty much to the top of one of the towers. However no fine furniture to see here, just pigeons. A pamphlet explains what "room" you are in.
The interior of the tower is not exactly over-restored. It only just feels safe to enter without a hard hat.
Having explored the castle buildings inevitably one has the urge to circumnavigate the moat.
On the way home we popped into another prehistoric burial site.