Luxury Hut Accommodation with Amazing Views in Pays de la Loire, France
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Set in a tranquil forest, surrounded by a grand terrace with sweeping vistas of the countryside, these twin hut accommodations are idyllic and offer comfort and luxury for a unique glamping getaway. The western region of France, Pays de la Loire, is a culturally unique area with breathtaking landscape and historic sites to keep glampers busy. The huts offer large comfortable beds featuring natural materials and made from chestnut logs with quality linen and towels for the stay, as well as a shared bathroom. Inside the huts, there are seating areas made of wood where guests can relax and unwind, as well as outdoor furniture for enjoying a cup of coffee on the deck. Please note that the huts do not provide heating or insulation and that guests should prepare for cold weather during colder seasons.
The glamping property boasts quality facilities and amenities for guests to enjoy and to add the creature comforts of home while spending time surrounded by the great outdoors. Read More
- Double bed
- Bunk bed
- Mosquito net
- Tea kettle
This stunning property set in tranquil woodlands offers shared luxury facilities such as free parking, a stunning sun terrace, a garden to amble around in or relax with a page-turner, as well as a library to choose the page-turner from, and plenty of board games and puzzles. Guests are welcome to purchase light meals from the snack bar or savor a glass of dry, sweet or sparkling wines from the local vineyards, in the on-site wine bar.Read More
- Cleaning services
- Breakfast additional charge
A breakfast is served every morning for €11 per person (€9 per child).
Location + Surroundings
Western France offers much in the way of natural beauty and history. Dotted with historic castles, old world villages, ancient cathedrals, and medieval hilltop forts Pays de la Loire possesses an intriguing cultural history. Boasting 280 miles of pristine coastline and beaches on the Bay of Biscay, the region attracts many tourists and has a fantastic fishing and shipping community. Pays de la Loire is famed for its vineyards and lush countryside and the region has been declared as a World Heritage for Humanity Site by UNESCO - which described it as a "cultural landscape of exceptional beauty.." Puy du Fou Theme Park is about three miles from the property and Nantes Atlantique Airport is a mere 40 miles away. Read More
- Bird watching
With its sandy beaches, rolling countryside, and exceptional landscape Pays de la Loire has plenty to offer glampers. The Châteaux of the Loire Valley illustrate Renaissance ideals of design in France and are a large part of the architectural heritage of some of the historic towns along the Loire River. With museums, cathedrals, medieval forts, monasteries, and Pu de Fou which is a theme park that boasts historical re-enactments, this western region of France is ideal for history lovers. The cities and towns along the 280 miles of stunning coastline are rich in water sports and exquisite landscape. The Loire region boasts stunning routes for biking, hiking, and walking, where glampers can discover the charming countryside along with its vibrant culture and breathtaking scenery.
early check-in allowed additional charge
late check-out allowed additional charge
- Infants allowed Under 2 years old
- Children allowed 2-12 years old
- Pets allowed
- No smoking
- No parties
- Events allowed
- Some spaces are shared
- As long as you cancel at least 15 days before check-in, you will receive a 50% refund minus our service fee.
- If you cancel within 15 days of check-in, the host does not offer a refund.
- If you cancel after check-in, any refund will be at the host's discretion (and will not include the service fee).
Guests need not worry about leaving their furry friend behind. The property welcomes well-behaved pets, however, they ask guests to enquire beforehand. There is no pet fee required.
Please note that the huts do not provide heating or insulation and that guests should prepare for cold weather during colder seasons. Read more