he private gardens of Mas Maury have been established over the last few years in this historic parkland setting, dating back to the 19th century.
The park extends over 7 hectares and consists of meadows, woodland and parkland.
Mas Maury nestles in the heart of the Limousin region, at an altitude of 580 m, at the crossroads of the three departments: the Haute-Vienne, the Creuse and the Corrèze.
The park, the house – originally a hunting lodge – and the barn date back to 1885.
After lying abandoned for years, the wilderness was cleared in 2006 and work started on the creation of the gardens.
As the magnificent landscape re-emerged, the current owners gained a real feeling for the place and an understanding of how best to lay out the gardens in harmony with their natural beauty.
Throughout the park there are huge trees, now centuries-old.
Please notice that dogs are not allowed.