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Europe France Alsace Bas-Rhin Camping de Strasbourg

  • Sleeps 6 (max 6 adults, 5 children)
  • Electricity
  • Cooking facilities
  • Beds Provided
  • Private Bathroom
  • In room Wifi

  • Bed Linen Not Included
This timbered mobile home offers comfortable year-round glamping in natural surroundings close to Strasbourg.
  • Self-contained glamping with bedrooms, equipped kitchen and bathroom
  • Half-covered terrace for dining al fresco
  • Centrally located on a campsite with lots of facilities

The Owner Says

Nestled among the trees, these charming wooden cottages offer maximum comfort and a beautiful half-covered terrace to enjoy the surroundings.

The main room comes equipped with kitchen area (including sink, fridge, microwave, gas cooker, electric coffee maker, etc), living area, and dining area with table, benches and chairs for six people. Electricity also included.

The sleeping quarters comprise a sofa bed (140×190) in the living room and two separate bedrooms – a 'parents bedroom' with a double bed (140×190) and a 'children’s bedroom' with two single beds (80×190). Please bring your own bedding or hire these as an additional extra.

There's a private bathroom with shower and washbasin, plus separate toilet. The terrace also comes with with garden furniture for six people.

This cottage offers a comfortable place to stay in a natural setting while enjoying high-quality services and equipment.

The site's reception area provides all the information you need about the campsite and the local region for your holiday to go smoothly. And so you can stay connected, there is also a computer with internet access, free for your use.

Other amenities on site include a brand new warm and friendly central lodge, open throughout the year,  bike hire for setting out to explore the city of Strasbourg, a swimming pool, volleyball pitch and petanque court as well as a bar-restaurant area (open every day from 01/07 to 24/09  and every evening except Wednesdays outside this period).

There is free wifi in the lounge area of the central lodge so you can stay connected, bread and croissants upon order every morning for a real French breakfast and a laundry area with washing machines and dryers (tokens on sale at reception).

Features & Facilities

Two brand new heated washrooms with family cubicles, baby changing areas, toilets, showers and disabled cubicles. Laundry area with washing machines and dryers (tokens on sale at reception). The site's reception area has lots of information on Strasbourg and the local region, computer with free internet access and there's a brand new central lodge, open throughout the year, where there are board games, a café, library, a TV room and free wifi. There's also a heated open-air swimming pool and lots of other activities, including table tennis, pétanque, table football, volleyball and a children's playground.

Video Tour


Strasbourg is gorgeous: spend some time ambling through its ancient timbered centre, discovering the picturesque historic district of Petite France, once inhabited by tanners and millers, and the grander, imperial German Nuestadt; visit its Gothic cathedral – one of the country's most impressive; its superb range of museums, and its glorious parks and gardens. Better yet, do it by bike, which you can hire from the site, and take the cycle paths that leave from the campsite – the short Muhlbach Trail follows a circular route around the site, or cycle into the city centre. Outside the city there are more bike trails to explore – head for the vineyard-covered hills to the south and towns like nearby Obernai and Barr (the capital of the Alsace wine region).

Food & Drink

Bread and croissants can be ordered every morning for a real French breakfast at your tent, while the site's own café serves a full menu of meat dishes, salads and pizzas. In Strasbourg, there are any number of places to enjoy the unique and delicious local cuisine, not least the excellent Vince'Stub (03 88 52 02 91) and the Winstub S'Kaechele (03 88 22 62 36), both in the city centre and both serving great and affordable traditional Alsatian food in a cosy bistro environment. The Table Gayot (03 88 36 30 27), close by the cathedral, is also good.
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Getting There

From Paris: A4, exit 4 "Porte de Schirmeck"
From Lyon: A35, exit "Strasbourg centre"
It's 5km to the SNCF train station in Strasbourg and the city also has an airport – Strasbourg-Entzheim Airport (14 Km) – with international routes.