Jacques Dudognon, Gilles' father, loved gardening and decided to redesign the park in the early 1970s. He first opened a perspective over the back terrace of the House, revealing a large panoramic view of the Limousin's countryside. He also redesigned the two water ponds, one of them based on the property’s former fishery. Two 19th century sequoia trees were preserved as well.
The park guides you through a mysterious deep green conifer forest, with tender green booms, and a majestic beech grove invites you to move further away from the main House. Old oaks then appear, through a beautiful stretch of Limousin heathers, leading guests down towards a small stream and the ponds before discovering La Chapelle's beehives, shelter to over 500,000 bees (their honey is used by the Chef in his menus, for breakfast and jars can be purchased at reception)