- Sleeps 5 (max 5 adults, 4 children)
- Cooking facilities
- Beds Provided
- Bed Linen Not Included
- Two separate bedrooms with proper beds and bedding included
- A large terrace with BBQ for enjoying the natural surroundings
- On a large site with plenty of activities and facilities including a natural swimming pool
The Owner Says
Guests staying in the Canadian Tents use shared facilities which include washrooms for families with special “baby areas” make it easier to wash your little ones. Accessible to people with reduced mobility.
Other services and facilities include bivouac areas with group barbecues. A bread service, for fresh bread every morning, a laundry area with washing machines and dryer (tokens and laundry powder on sale at reception), fridges and barbecues for campers to hire as well as baby kits (cot + high chair).
Activities on site include bike hire with routes among the great oak trees of the national forest, fishing on the Étang d’Or lake, the birds of prey show at Espace Rambouillet, the beautiful natural swimming pool and a Smart Nature activity trail.
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Features & FacilitiesExcellent shower and toilet blocks, cleaned 3 times a day, including spacious family bathrooms, baby changing and disabled facilities. There is a natural swimming and paddling pool with a pleasant poolside area, café-restaurant (open daily July / August and weekends out of peak season), bar (open until 11pm) and a reception area with a small shop and plenty of tourist information. Swings, playground, table tennis, volleyball and boules, plus an indoor lounge area with board and card games, books to borrow and a television. There is no Wi-Fi on site but a computer with internet is available. No campfires.
ActivitiesGo fishing in the Etang d'Or lake, just next to the campsite. For this, you need a fishing permit issued by the French fishing federation but they're on sale at the campsite reception, just ask the staff and they'll sort you out. There aren't any fishing rods for hire though, so be sure to bring one with you. However, they do hire bikes and have a large map showing some of the best local routes. Head into town – the former royal city of Rambouillet – where you can visit Château de Rambouillet (0033 1 3483 0025) or the Palais du Roi de Rome. The former features a magnificent garden and the Chaumière aux coquillages (shell cottage), which is home to one of the most beautiful shell and mother-of-pearl decors in Europe.
Food & DrinkThe café-restaurant opens for breakfast or you can order fresh bread and pastries the evening before, collect it in the morning and eat it back at the tent. Meals generally start at around €10 and there are freshly produced pizzas (made with organic flour and tomatoes) cooked in a wood-fired oven. BBQs are available for anyone to use in the communal areas dotted around the site.
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