Peace, perfect peace… Located at the far end of the Domaine, in the meadows on the edge of the forest. The forest is a sanctuary for wild animals.
In the 19th century, this U-shaped farm belonged to the neighbouring La Rochedain château. Farmer workers lived here in total self-sufficiency: a guard dog, 2 cows, 3 pigs, a few ducks and chickens and an orchard. Courallé is also a point of departure place for the hunt. During the season, the place comes alive with horses, dogs, hunting horns, riders and followers on bikes and in cars. Once the signal is given, the dogs and horses vanish into the forest, in pursuit of their quarry and silence reigns once again around Courallé. Here the stag makes use of the labyrinthine woods and neighbouring lakes to escape the dogs. The huntsmen then blast out ’La Rosalie’, signalling that the hunt has sighted the stag several times but failed to bag it. The stag has won.
The charm of the place lies in its, austerity and its wild surroundings, conducive to solitude. Ideal, for example, for a woodcock hunter visiting Courallé with his dog.