Jul-Aug: 10am-12.30pm, 3pm-6.30pm; rest of year: Tue 3pm-5pm, rest of week, contact visitor centre
Above the south porch of this old seigniorial chapel is an archive room, which was used as a courtroom in the 16C. Frescoes (c 1500) decorate the walls above the arcades. Those depicting the macabre dance look like they might have inspired Camille Saint-Saëns. Also look out for the five alabaster low reliefs in the chancel. In the transept a further scene shows her breastfeeding, and the baby Jesus refusing! A Day of Atonement takes place here every third Sunday in September.
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