Boutavent Castle is in Iffendic, department of Ille-et-Vilaine, Brittany, France. The ruins of the castle, built in the Middle Ages, are on a natural rocky spur at the place name Boutavent. The land, surrounded by the forest of Paimpont and the pond of Boutavent, stretches over more that 2 hectares.
It has been confirmed that during the 13th and 14th century, the castle belonged to the Lords of Montfort. It was also part of the goods of the family of Montfort with the Comper, Montfort, Montauban and Gaël castles.
Address 35750, France
Coordinates 48°4'29.612" N -2°3'3.809" E