Built in the 17th century and remodeled in the 18th century by the Tuffin family of the Rouerie, come and discover the castle of a hero of the American Revolutionary War and defender of Breton liberties: the Marquis Armand Tuffin de la Rouërie. The residence is typical of classical architecture with its eastern facade, with its many openings, which gives it a welcoming and seigniorial character. During your walk in the park, you will find in the gardens a remarkable "Boulingrin" created in 1930 by François Barbier as well as old trees.
The animal park will delight you with its collection of sheep from around the world.
Classified as a historic monument since 1996, the same family has owned this castle for eight generations.
In season, you can enjoy free visits to the castle.