Between Normandy and Brittany, 20km south of Mont-Saint-Michel, in a uniquely preserved landscape of rolling hills and forests, this 17th century castle is most famous for its gardens, where the topiary art reaches excellence.
The grounds of the estate, a remarkable listed historical monument, offer pillars of yew, twists and swirls of greenery and a labyrinth; they are agremented with carefully staged sculptures.
Inside, the golden granite staircase, the drawing rooms exhale an Italian Renaissance atmosphere.
The gardening know-how at its best, the sense of architectural preserved purity and the refinement of the decor, make it a magic place.
The best French-style art of living.