Château de

Lacypierre

An historic jewel set in a green scenery

The history of the castle

This feudal fief has belonged to the Ferrières family since the thirteenth century, descending from the nobility of chivalry and vassal of the powerful Lord of Salignac.

In 1462, it became the country house of Benié de Lacypierre, an old family of magistrates and royal officers, native of Périgord, who rebuilt the domain.

The last descendant of this noble family, Guillaume Benié Lacypierre (1734-1826) was the bodyguard of Louis XV and Louis XVI, then aide-de-camp of Philippe de Noailles, Duke of Mouchy.

His grandson Julien Lavergne de Cerval created the landscaping of the Marqueyssac gardens, not far from the estate.

 

In the nineteenth century, the castle became a farm that we have saved from decay and ruin in the second half of the twentieth century, refurbishing it with respect and devotion in order to give it a new lease of life and soul while preserving its patina.

The history of the Benié of Lacypierre family is the subject of a book published in 2018 “Lacypierre, the recovered memory”, an historical fresco, full of humanity and sensitivity avoiding clichés and getting off the beaten track.

Our mother is the author of the book, and she did not rest until she had recounted the history of this family and put a face to every name.

During the visit you will also be able to admire a collection of eighteenth-century earthenware, animal bronzes, items of furniture and family objects, souvenirs of Indochina.

For visits

It is because we have spent our childhood in the château and have been privileged to witness the enthusiasm of our parents restoring it, that we take care of the visits ourselves.

Be our special guests.

Discover with us its warm interiors, furnished with elegance and arranged with ingenuity.

15 minutes

from Sarlat La Canéda, Souillac or Montignac

Registered

on the French Historical Monuments Supplementary Inventory (ISMH)

A stone’s

throw from other remarkable sites to visit such as the Jardins d’Eyrignac…

Your guided tour

April, May, June, September and October:

Every day at 3pm Saturday excepted.

July and August :

Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday
at 3 and 5pm . Friday at 3pm and Sunday at 5pm. Closed on Saturday.

Individual rates (without booking):

€ 7.50 per person, € 4.00 for children aged 7 to 12 and free for children under 7 years old.

Groups : over 10 people (mandatory booking)

€ 6.00 per person, and one free admission.

 

A guided visit of the château is provided in English.

HOW TO REACH THE CHÂTEAU

Le Bourg
24590 Saint Crépin et Carlucet

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+33 (0)6 48 71 30 16

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