“The Southwest French countryside, near the foothills of the Pyrenees mountain range is the inspiration we drew upon for our home.”
First and foremost Petit Lac Des Cygnes is a private estate. Tomorrow it will open to the public and seriously, you must visit. I’m in awe of the work the owner has done. I may be a little bias as she’s a good friend and since the day I met her she’s beauty and grace with a lot of spunk in her and amazing talent.
Upon landing you will be greeted by the sounds of chickens and goose. Don’t let that fool you. What lays ahead is totally inspiring.
These are just some of the scenes that I captured and using my own windlights. Having your sounds on is a must.
The gardens were my favorite and again I’m still in awe of the work that was put into every detail from the surround landscape used that blended so well into the sim to little inclines around the sim and walls and the mixture of grasses. Plus the scattering of animals around the estate were just right. Can you spot me?
I didn’t take any pictures of the inside as it’s a private home, though it’s as beautiful as the outside.
I ended with this last picture, which after strolling the gardens or perhaps doing the maze you’ll find on the grounds you might want to take a break in the cafe and enjoy a meal. It’s interactive with meals and board games and best of all you don’t need reservations.
All the details of what you can or cannot do will be given to you upon landing.
I’m sending the estates Aston Martin to take you: Petit Lac Des Cygnes
To: Cougar ♥