This imposing 18th century castle, built of stone and brick and leaning against the forest, overlooks four floors of terraces. Still inhabited, it houses Chancellor Pasquier's rich library. In addition to a beautiful furniture, we will admire various tapestries of Gobelins and Beauvais and in the chapel a retable of XVe century (classified Historic Monuments). The French garden is decorated with boxwood embroidery and cut yews. From the terraces of the castle, the design of the five flowerbeds, enhanced by the pink sand paths, appears in all its splendour. Guided tour of the castle and free visit of the garden.