The park is surrounded by 17th century brick walls, which protect fruit trees, rosebushes, magnolia and peonies. A 200-year old Lebanese cedar tree overlooks the park.
The peculiar way the turf is trimmed reminds us of French formal gardens and their desire to thrill and overcome order over disorganisation
A beech grove, distinctive of the Pays de Caux surrounds the park. True to its 18th century design, the beech grove opens up to a vast overview.
The beech grove is a historical landmark and counts about 3,000 beeches, some of them peaking at 40 meters.