- Sleeps 6 (max 6 adults, 5 children)
- Cooking facilities
- Beds Provided
- Towels Provided
- Bed Linen Not Included
- Two separate bedrooms with proper beds (linen an available extra)
- A wood-burning stove keeps things cosy for winter glamping
- On a large campsite that’s well located for visiting Colmar and Alsace, just 20km from Germany
The Owner Says
This beautiful well-equipped chalet bungalow offers 35 m² living space with a warm and cosy interior and a terrace for dining al fresco. It can sleep up to six people in two bedrooms one with a double bed (140x200) and one with a bunk bed (two 90x190 beds) and a pull-out bed (80x180).
The main living space has an equipped kitchen, a sofa bed and a wood-burning stove and opens on to the 10 m² terrace which is equipped with garden furniture for six people. There is also a bathroom with a shower and separate toilet.
Practical information: remember to bring sleeping bags or your sheets and pillowcases! Linen is not provided. You can hire linen on site (sheets + pillowcases): €8/person, and towels (€4.50/towel).
There are plenty of services and facilities on site including a fresh bread and croissant ordering service, a bar-restaurant with a beautiful terrace overlooking the river Ill, open every evening (from 02/07 to 31/08/2017), a laundry area with a washing machine and tumble dryer.
The site facilities include a heated swimming pool and a water play area with a paddling pool and water games, petanque or table football, children's playground.
Features & Facilities
Heated swimming pool, paddling pool and water play area, a central lodge with internet and free Wi-Fi, a playground, boules pitch, table tennis, table football, volley ball court and indoor board games. 'Camper's corner' shop for any essentials you've forgotten, a library corner and tourist information in reception. snack-bar (with a sun terrace and special 'meal nights' during peak season) and activities for children throughout school holidays.
ActivitiesIt's a 30-minute walk into the old centre of Colmar, where the main tourist office (03 89 20 68 92) is a good place to get your bearings. The main area that is crossed by canals of the river Lauch (which formerly served as the butcher's, tanner's and fishmonger's quarter) is now called "little Venice" and the most picturesque area of the town. There are no fewer than 6 different churches – all but one of which were built in the 13th-century – and a handful of museums. The Unterlinden Museum (03 89 20 15 50) is the most renowned of the lot, though a browse in the tourist office will help you make decisions. Elsewhere, head west into the Ballons des Vosges Nature Park (03 89 77 90 34) for hiking, biking and general outdoor fun in the hills.
Food & Drink
The bar-restaurant onside serves excellent homemade pizzas, along with a host of other snacks and drinks best enjoyed out on the terrace. It's only open over the May public holidays and through July and August. Outside of those times there are still plenty of great eateries in Horbourg Wihr (a short walk) and Colmar (a slightly longer walk but rewarding you with more choice).
From the centre of Colmar follow signs to Horbourg-Wihr. As you leave town you’ll cross a dual carriagway and the River Ill. The campsite is immidately on your right after the river.