Harmony and simplicity are the watch words of this 5,000m² gardens around a pond. In the middle of a lush vale, the wood-timbered façade with double corbelling sculpted at the end of the middle ages (a historical monument) presents itself to visitors in a calm backdrop. Here, plants enhance the building and its materials: cob, brick and wood blend in with the surrounding environment.
There are concerts, temporary exhibitions and a guided tour of the 15th-century residence.
Open in July and September on weekends from 2pm to 5pm and in August every day at the same times. Booking necessary for groups all year round.
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