The Diénay ice house is located on the feudal mound that supports the church, and its terrace offers a beautiful panorama. Restored in 2004, it was used as a storage place to keep food fresh. It was built in the 18th century by the owner of the castle, Charles Vaillant de Meixmoron. The ice well is a tower of a former castle.
Diénay's ice house, like the chruch of the town, is located on the feudal mound. For that matter, there is a beautiful landscape to see from this point. Restored in 2004, the ice house was a place to keep foodstuff fresh. It was built in the 18th by Charles Vaillant de Meixmoron (owner of the castle). In fact, this ice house was also a tower of the ancient fortress.