Romantic Tree House Vacation Rental near Senlis Cathedral in Raray, FranceOise, Hauts-de-France (France)
Romantic Tree House Vacation Rental near Senlis Cathedral in Raray, France
This romantic tree house vacation rental is located near Senlis Cathedral in Raray, France and can accommodate two guests. A staircase soars 10 meters, approximately 32 feet, into the treetops to transport guests to their cabin in the sky. A large terrace holds chairs and a covered Nordic spa bath/hot tub, which is a relaxing spot to enjoy a glass of wine or watch the night sky. Inside, there is a table, two chairs, and a bathroom with a vessel sink, a toilet, and an Italian-style tile shower. Luxury linens, towels, and bathrobes are provided.
As unique and romantic as the spa area is, the real treat is the sleeping area. From the spa terrace, a suspended bridge leads the way to a giant wooden "ball." Inside is a large round full-size bed with a panoramic roof to stargaze. Guests are bound to feel as if they're enclosed in a cozy bird nest. Additional port-hole windows let guests look out onto their treetop surroundings.
This romantic tree house is equipped with the modern amenities of running water, electricity, and heat. Candles are provided for guests who would like to set a romantic mood. Additionally, there is a coffeemaker. This property has walking trails, a perfectly manicured golf course, and the National Heritage Site of Chateau de Raray, which has a restaurant that serves lunch in an elegant setting.
These tree house cabins are located along a golf course and the Chateau de Raray Estate, yet they are secluded from each other to allow for a peaceful and serene stay. There are pedestrian walkways throughout the property. The on-site restaurant, Chateau de Raray, is a National Historic Site and has an elegant restaurant that serves lunch.
Tree house cabins range from a family-friendly height of 22 feet to a whopping 82 feet into the sky. The average height is about 32 feet. A basket attached to a rope with a winch transports luggage to the top of the tree house so that guests don't have to carry heavy bags up the stairs and ladders.
This property adopts environmentally-friendly practices such as recycling, promoting local products, and using a natural water purification system and eco-friendly construction materials. There are fruit trees, animals, and beehives on-site.
- 1 Double bed
- Private Jacuzzi/Hot tub
- Linens and pillows
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Check-in: From 04:00 PM
Check out: 11:00 AM
No Infants allowed Under 2 years old
No Children allowed 2-12 years old
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Location and surroundings
Oise, Hauts-de-France (France)
Detailed location provided after booking
- Horseback riding
- Stand-up paddleboarding
- Wildlife watching
With forest settings, historic castles and cathedrals, and flowering gardens, visitors will find a variety of natural attractions and outdoor activities in the Hauts-de-France region. The Oise-Pays de France Natural Regional Park has wooded areas and wetlands with native plants and wildlife. It is a popular area for hiking, walking, biking, and horseback riding. Guests will want to gather the whole group and head out to the Japanese gardens, bamboo gardens, fountains, birds, and animals at the Potager des Princes, or Garden of Princes.
History and architecture enthusiasts will want to visit the many stunning churches and buildings, including the Chateau de Chantilly, Basilica de Sacre Coeur, Chaalis Abbey, the Roman Catholic Senlis Cathedral, and the Museum of Art and Archaeology. Other activities include hot air balloon rides, horse racing, and treetop ropes courses.
Travelers with kids will want to check out the Parc Asterix and La Mer de Sable theme parks. The Living Museum of the Horse is another fun attraction for the whole family. Other activities include teeing off at the Golf du Chateau de Raray, taking on the trails and pathways of the Chantilly Forest, and biking through the oak and beech-filled Halatte Forest.