This 19th-century manor has a Victorian feel to it and is pervaded by influences both French and British. Its past brims with stories of love and hate between the two great nations. The chateau, also known as the 'Entente Cordiale' Cultural Centre, is a cultural and artistic site of note, where permanent and temporary exhibitions, concerts and artistic creations are regularly put on. The Tudor gardens are also much appreciated by the public. They were designed by Emmanuel de Quillacq, owner of the award-winning Mont des Récollets garden, a "Jardin Remarquable".