Set against a backdrop of exceptional natural beauty, the architectural harmony of the château is striking given that it showcases a range of styles and periods. Explore the grounds, the 18th-century chapel and vaulted cellars, and the 20th-century stables.

It was on 28 March 1575 that François Lambert, equerry and counsellor to the king, auditor in his chamber of accounts, bought the land of Cambray from D'Oinville, Lord of Puiset. On the left is the old castle dating from the 15th century. The central part in stone and cut stone for the corner pillars, was built under Louis XIV, between 1650 and 1700. The two wings were built shortly afterwards. On the right, the chapel was started in 1805 and is dedicated to Saint Charles Borromeo. It was during the 20th century that the two octagonal towers were added, while the outbuildings were built by Charles de Cambray in 1901. The formal gardens were designed like a sundial. In the centre is one of the sources of the Conie.

Languages for tours
  • French
  • No pets allowed
  • Parking
Means of payment
  • Postal or bank cheques
  • Cash
  • Monday : close
  • Thuesday : close
  • Wednesday : close
  • Thursday : from 13h00 to 19h00
  • Friday : close
  • Saturday : close
  • Sunday : from 13h00 to 19h00
  • Full adult price From 6€
  • Group rate From 4€
  • Child rate Under 12 years old From 3€
Historical sites and monuments Château de Cambray
3 lieu-dit Cambray