Château de Boucéel has been built on a small hill. On the North side, ground gently rolls down to a small pond that’s fed by a small stream, la Guintre which flows into Mont Saint Michel Bay. This pond communicates with a larger one through a small waterfall.
Just on the edge of the pond stands the oldest tree in Boucéel, a majestic sycamore. I am told is around 400 years old………
In Boucéel’s park are many age old trees, copper beach, oak trees, horse chestnut and chestnut trees, lebanese cedars, ginkgo bilobas, giant sequoias, araucarias, lime trees, and even Virginian tulip trees coming from the Mont Vermont, given by George Washington. Our 2 adorable donkeys, our faithful geese, Bibiche and Gideon, will walk along with you during your strolls around the ponds…..
In the North East, stands the chapel built in the 15th century and dedicated to St Mark, St Leonard and a healing Saint, Sainte Emérentienne.