The estate has been in the Sauve family for five generations. It is set in 175 acres of grounds consisting of garden, landscaped parkland, forest, and farmland. Accommodation is of the highest quality, elegantly furnished, with each unit designed to promote its individual character. Careful conversion of an estate stables ensures the character of a beautiful country estate has been retained, whilst providing a unique holiday setting.
We received guests for the first time in 1986 when the main house downstairs apartment was first opened (Chateau Bas).
The outstanding grounds of landscaped parkland were first designed more than eighty years ago, with imported trees such as the Japanese Tulip and unusual varieties such as the 20 metre tall Magnolia trees.