In the 17th century, this 23 m² large room was the first addition to the original much smaller house. For many years, it used to be the Master's study when the property was a big distillery: the place where workers came directly from the yard to be paid.
Nowadays, this is the elegant dining room in which we share our dinner several days a week with our guests. Close to the big sitting room, it has old stones on the floor, light grey painted beams and woodworks, clothed walls, an original stone fireplace and its Louis XVI pier glass. The wide door looking on the South terrace provides much light and warms the room during cold days. The family furniture is antic and food is served in fine china.