Classically French and delightfully charming, this room is a treasure high above the formal gardens. The furnishings are upholstered with a Pierre Frey archival print fabric, “Les Muses et le Lion,” originally created by Jean-Baptiste Huet around 1803. The neoclassical composition of Diane the Huntress hints at what might be found in the Chateau’s forest within the medieval walls. Adding to the allure, the walls are painted a soft shade of cream with a canopy of Huet’s same sable and blue toile fabric enveloping the king-size provencal bed. The bathroom is captivating and grand, with an expansive view of its own, original white oak wood flooring, marble shower, clawfoot tub, and loads of Maison Caulières bath and beauty products.