Ronsard's private appartments on the left, in the Prior's Lodge, and the apse of the priory church on the right.
The dramatic ruins of the priory.
The site will be closed for much of 2014, reopening temporarily from 14 June to 21 September to allow the public get a glimpse of the new look gardens. In total 250 new trees, 7000 shrubs, perennials, bulbs and vegetables will be planted. A thousand square metres of boundary wall will be restored and the Prior's Lodge will get a new museum display centred on the Renaissance world of poetry and history.
Source: La Nouvelle République 12 January 2014