The Château de la Plinguetière, it’s quite a story!


Built in the middle of the 19th century by Mr. Plinguet, the castle was first a vacation home and had several changes of ownership.

For some years, the castle was nicknamed “ the castle of the chickens ” after the installation of large hen houses on the estate.

Domain under the German occupation


The estate lived very closely the Second World War since it was occupied by the Germans, who even repainted it in camouflage green.

At the Liberation, heavy work was undertaken to restore the castle to its original colors and superb appearance.

French Union of Holiday Centers


In 1967, the castle was transferred to the Departmental Committee of the U.F.C.V. – Union Française de Centres de Vacances – which became the owner of the castle.

This one is named le Château de la Plinguetière in homage to its history.

Actor of social and solidarity tourism


The Château de la Plinguetière is today managed by an association
independent, which mainly welcomes groups and offers accommodation, catering and meeting rooms to a varied clientele throughout the year:

  • Professionals
  • Seniors
  • Schoolchildren
  • Sportsmen
  • Individuals