It seems a bit unfair to pay just a short visit to this very gracious chateau and the surrounding dog-friendly park - and if you're staying in the area then an afternoon visit is likely to be much more satisfying.
You'll find acres of landscaped gardens to walk in, and although dogs aren't allowed inside the chateau the beautifully presented exhibits of an authentic stables and tack room are a 'must see'.
Note that there's an entry charge to the gardens and courtyard, and everything is closed for lunch between 1200 and 1400.
The drive here from the A20 is very rural, through fields bordered with wildflowers and poppies.
AyshaLZGreen 55 Points
We were only here for half an hour so may have missed a lot. We didn't go in the chateau itself but walked through the village which was very quiet in October on a Monday afternoon. Only one shop open and the public toilet. We let the dogs run and play in the huge open area near the car park for about 15 minutes.
Edited: 3rd September 2018. The details of this listing may have changed, and though the Driving with Dogs team do our best to confirm the accuracy of every listing, we cannot guarantee that the details are fully up to date and accurate.