The Morrells boast
With one side of the estate situated in a former farmhouse and its outbuildings, and the other in an old manor, the Morrells boast two very different aspects. Firstly that of the garden, scattered with beds of roses, lined with a boules ground and a tunnel beneath which an enormous raw wooden table tempts any manner of summer celebration. Pecking chickens and cockerels roam the grounds, free to navigate this labyrinth of stone passages in the open air. And then, from an ancient noble abode with its mock relics, four-poster beds, engravings of baroque cherubs whirling through the skies, like a charcoal lithography straight out of a rose garden.