This room takes us straight into the eighteenth century.
The walls with their Montgolfière pattern hangings will get your imagination going, and the bright colours are full of charm.
From the bed you can admire the majestic avenue of lime trees.
In the bathroom you will find an agreeable integrated douche, toilet and lavatory.
Visitors can enjoy the exceptional nature provided by this small 18th century castle in the middle of a farm of 160 hectares surrounded by an exceptional diverse orchard, green meadows, gentle valleys and thick forests.
Visitors will find on site a diversified orchard with over 200 trees grown according to the principles of organic farming and permaculture.
For the delight of people from all ages, visitors can enjoy picking fruit throughout the growing season, between late May and November.
The orchard is currently composed of the following fruit trees and new varieties are introduced each year:
12 Apple trees
33 walnut trees
50 Service tree
There are also several varieties of peach, hazel, chestnut trees, vines, Mulberries, Fig trees, Apricot trees, Persimmons, Kiwi, Hazel Byzantine and Papaw. Fruits are all as delicious as each other.
Visitors will also discover on the spot twenty rustic and old varieties of animals. Among them figures some sheeps (Solognot & Ouessant), a black donkey Berry and a Poney Shetland.
In the barn, there are wild rabbits of Burgundy, a Guinea pig, and the following hens: Marans, Black Berry, Gatinaise, Bourbonaise, Gauloise, Wyandotte, etc. Also, a few hives on site are used for orchard pollination and for producing a few pots of remarkable honey.
You will be welcomed with great kindness by Mrs. Henry who will share you her love of nature and decoration.
Visitors can enjoy the park and the surrounding nature. They can also discover and consume the fruits available on site.
Development of the site is done using practices environmentally and special attention is given to enhance and develop natural areas for the development of biodiversity.