- The castle of Hayes Gasselin: Built in 1400, the castle was a fortress surrounded by moats and a pond of 4 ha. In 1747 the castle was owned by Bernard-Marie Pantin, captain of the regiment Penthièvre and Knight of the Order of Saint Louis. Republicans burned the castle in 1794. Pantin family sold the estate to the member Ambroise Joubert-Bonnaire. Since 1893, the area belongs to the family of Clermont-Tonerre. ISMH 1970.
- The castle of Morinière: Built in 1853 by Charles M. Bourcier-Cyr Retailleau, the castle dominates the banks of Beuvron near the ruins of the ancient castle.
- Ram: Jolie tower housing a ram mechanism. Installed late 19th century by institutions Bollee of Le Mans, this ram was used to lift the water up to the castle of the Beuvron Morinière 350 meters away. No engine, no electricity, the hydraulic ram pump is powered by the energy of the waterfall. One of the only extant rams in Anjou.
- The laundry: Laundry nineteenth, fed by two streams of water. It was used by washing machines until the 1960s.
35 € per personThis is Cholet, between golf and the textile museum, La Touchetière invites you to his table. This 17th century farm with rustic charm, with its four bright rooms and a private lounge, will charm you upon your arrival. Behind his kitchen,…
Located 11.8 km from Andrezé