This suite is perfectly positioned on the pinnacle of the north-south axis that runs through this neoclassical castle and to the gardens beyond. Everything about this suite is overwhelming, beginning with the bathroom — a fabulous room of its own with exquisite garden views, marble shower, and claw foot tub. With three sets of casement windows facing the central parterre of the gardens, studying the same tableau also pondered by the profound thinkers of the Age of Enlightenment, the likes of Diderot, Rousseau, and Voltaire, is unavoidable. The suite is lavish with its French blue painted paneled walls, and original point de Hongrie patterned oak flooring, a defined sitting area with furnishings covered in today’s most stunning fabrics, and a king bed, stacked with impossibly extravagant white European linens with a decidedly French canopy overhead adding just the right amount of majesty.