An altogether atypical setting
Located on the site of the former farmhouse itself, the restaurant welcomes lovers of authentic fine dining in an altogether atypical architectural and decorative setting. Drawing inspiration from the turrets of Renaissance châteaux and farmers’ haystacks, a huge thatch flower houses a series of areas opening onto the terrace in front of the pond, the farmyard or simply the landscape as a whole. In keeping with the sophistication celebrated over the centuries by the Domain’s illustrious owners, the interior decoration is based on an ongoing dialogue with the amazing roof frame, which the architects have left visible and transformed into nothing less than a deep-blue night sky pierced by a myriad white arrows like so many comets chasing each other through the heavens.
Tables are harmoniously arranged around the rotisserie and lit like so many intimate and tastefully decorated stage sets.