Chateau de Quemigny is comprised of an imposing 13th-century tower to which was added a graceful main building in the mid 18th century.
In the forecourt, just beyond the outbuildings from the 18th century, rise two 16th-century round towers. One still contains the original dovecote, the other elegant rooms.
A shady, terraced garden through which a small river flows while feeding two small pools adds to the charm of this ensemble.