With a remarkable view of the parterre in the formal garden, this room is resplendent. The walls have been covered in a Pierre Frey archival print, “Les Muses et le Lion”, originally created by Jean-Baptiste Huet around 1803. The floors are original oak in a decidedly French point de Hongrie design, and a petite canape has been placed at the window from which to contemplate the gardens and the Loire Valley beyond. The bathroom is captivating, with a grand casement window of its own, the same point de Hongrie wood flooring, marble shower, clawfoot tub and loads of Maison Caulières bath and beauty products.