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This only begins to hint at how amazing is Villandry.  While it's known primarily for its gardens, this "little" chateau is completely charming in its own right.  BTW, thanks to Joe Shabotnik for posting this image on flickr.com just so I could share it with you. :)

Readers Report - Visiting Loire Valley Chateaux with a small dog - Paris

Les Jardins du Manoir d'Eyrignac

~ English Garden ~ ~Jardins du manoir d'Eyrignac, France - a formal garden of beautiful symmetry

Sudeley Castle Garden in England

Sudeley Castle Garden, England Boris ~ The award-winning gardens have been lovingly restored and redesigned to complement the elegance and tranquility of the castle and recreate the beauty of the gardens which have grown here in years gone by

Travelling -  Italian Renaissance stylle Walled Garden at Edzell Castle, Perthshire, Scotland.

SCOTLAND: Italian Renaissance stylle Walled Garden at Edzell Castle, Perthshire, Scotland.

Main Entrance into Chateau Azay-le-Rideau ~ France

Château d'Azay-le-Rideau - Burgundy, France - built on an island in the Indre River on the site of a former feudal castle destroyed during the Hundred Years War - prime example of French renaisance architecture - now listed a French historical monument

Crocus Bloom, Rosenborg Castle, Copenhagen, Denmark. --Where the Crown Jewels are housed and where there is an actual moat. In my book, Leroy loves moats...

Crocus Bloom in front of Rosenborg Slot castle Copenhagen - Denmark. That is my favourite castle in all of Denmark!

Chateau de Cormatin on a rainy day, Burgundy / France (by joris de corte).

Chateau of Cormatin by joris de corte, The ancient castle of Cormatin (Bourgogne - France) on a rainy day

Blenheim Palace Italian Garden, England travel Photos & pictures available as stock photos, pictures & images & also to download as photo art prints. Download as stock photos or buy prints on line. Photography by Paul Williams

Loved our visit to Blenheim Palace. Built in the early century, Blenheim Palace - eight miles from Oxford and surrounding by acres of parkland - is the birthplace of Sir Winston Churchill and a UNESCO World Heritage Site.