This is the story of an encounter with the lightness, casualness and elegance of the eighteenth century.
We enter the "Cernailles" as if we rediscovered a forgotten house, its worn furniture, its weathered colors
by the years.
The sets and the staging pay homage to this century of the pageantry where the art of living resides in the art of receiving.
It is the eighteenth century as it appears today and not a perfect reconstruction of the shimmering colors of the court. The house is powdered, powdered, ready to welcome a guest.
A large living room on the ground floor, walls covered with faded woodwork where visitors have breakfast in front of the fireplace. Upstairs, two suites, the "Montespan" and the "Marie Antoinette" are soberly decorated in the spirit dear to the house.