The Val Maubrune garden

The Val Maubrune garden is a "landscaped garden" that's completely integrated into the undulating countryside of la Creuse. The garden covers 1.3 hectares and is surrounded by 6 hectares of woods and prairie flowers.

Jardin de Valmaubrune

The garden is made up of :

  • Willow woods where the naked trunks of willow trees and the large waves of vivacious pants and ferns give you far-reaching views,
  • Wild sedge bogs,
  • An under-wood, criss-crossed with tiny streams, and covered with a carpet of mosses and ferns.

Lots of inviting seats and benches along the walk.

The garden's owners have striven for a balance between the intimate and the large scale, between native and exotic plants, between the tame and the untamed whilst all the while creating surprise and emotion.

 

The Val Maubrune garden was awarded the Jardin Coup de Coeur prize in 2012 by the association of Journalists of the Garden and Horticulture.

 

Unrestricted entry :

From the beginning of June until the end of October 2018 :

In June, September, and October: Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays between 2:30 pm and 7 pm. (last admittance at 5 pm)

Entry price : 6 € ( free for children under 12 years old ).

 

Guided visits :

2-hour guided visits are organised each Thursday at 5 pm in July and August.

Places can reserved as late as 6 pm the day before the visit through the Tourist Office in Guéret

05.55.52.14.29 or info@gueret-tourisme.fr

Entry : 7€

Guided visits for groups (minimum 8 people) throughout the year by appointment with the owners.

Unfortunately the site is inappropriate for wheelchairs and pushchairs because of the undulating land and numerous steps. Dogs are not permitted in the garden. You're advised to wear walking boots!

The garden is at thePetit Masin the commune of La Brionne 23000,  8 km from Guéret on the D.914 road.

The names and address of owners of the Val Maubrune garden are:

Thérèse and Gérard Thibault-Lemeignan

Le Petit Mas Val Maubrune

23000 La Brionne (8km west of Guéret on the D.914 road)

 

Tel: + 33 (0)5 55 80 16 47

valmaubrune@gmail.com

http://goo.gl/vwMwD

The Val Maubrune garden