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In the magical setting of the Manoir de Sémilly, once the family home of local poet Louis Beuve, current owners Eric and Maryvonne Lordel welcome visitors to this intriguing place.  On the ground floor you will find a museum dedicated to wind instruments, a workshop where instruments are repaired, as well as the specialist music cabinetmaker’s workshop: music-stands, piano stools or harpsichord legs... On the first floor you can admire the amazing collection of saxophones, accordions and guitars.
 

 


Outside farm animals, including horses, goats, pigs and dogs, live a tranquil life.  Possibility of organising guided tours, seminar workshops and musical appreciation events.  School groups welcome.



Opening times/dates : High season (july and august): open 2.30-7.00 pm. Closed on sunday and day off.



Length of visit :
1½ hrs approx.