Canadian Tent

Europe France Languedoc-Roussillon Pyrénées-Orientales Huttopia Font Romeu

  • Sleeps 6 (max 6 adults, 5 children)
  • Electricity
  • Cooking facilities
  • Beds Provided
  • Bed Linen Provided
  • Towels Provided
  • Pet Friendly
Canvas and timber tent in the Pyrenees, with all the comforts of home.
  • Separate kitchen area with everything you need to cook a meal
  • Two sleeping pods, one with a double mattress and the other with three singles
  • Inspired by cabins used by hunters in the north

The Owner Says

The chalet village on a 7 ha site in the heart of the national forest 300 metres from the gondolas 40 pistes for all levels.
Inspired by the cabins used by hunters in the North, the Canadian Cabin, with its wooden frame and canvas canopy, allow people to enjoy the joys of camping with all of your home comforts.
The Canadian Tents include a lounge/dining area, with a table and chairs for 5 people, a separate kitchen area complete with a fridge, gas stove and crockery.
There are two sleeping "pods": one with a double mattress and the other with three single mattresses.
Outside, you can enjoy al fresco dining with your wooden picnic table and Primagrill BBQ.
The central water point makes it easy to collect water for your kitchen area.
On Site

There's a snack bar and pizza restaurant during peak season.

A central lodge with free Wi-Fi, books, games, sofas and an open fire.

A playground, table tennis and table football.

'Camper's corner' shop for any essentials you've forgotten and tourist information in reception.

Activities for children throughout school holidays.

Off Site

Bikes can be hired 300m down the road with both road bikes and mountain bikes available or, for something lower octane, you can fly fish in the waters at Lake Bouillouses 20km away.

At the foot of Le Mont Canigou, Le Casteil animal reserve (04 68 05 67 54) is home to rare native species, including wolves, mouflon sheep, bears and an assortment of birds.

 For a little history, visit Mont-Louis (10km away), the highest fortified town in France and surely one of the prettiest too.

Features & Facilities

There's a snack bar and pizza restaurant during peak season. A central lodge with free Wi-Fi, books, games, sofas and an open fire. A playground, table tennis and table football. 'Camper's corner' shop for any essentials you've forgotten and tourist information in reception. Activities for children throughout school holidays.

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Activities

Bikes can be hired 300m down the road with both road bikes and mountain bikes available or, for something lower octane, you can fly fish in the waters at Lake Bouillouses 20km away. At the foot of Le Mont Canigou, Le Casteil animal reserve (04 68 05 67 54) is home to rare native species, including wolves, mouflon sheep, bears and an assortment of birds. For a little history, visit Mont-Louis (10km away), the highest fortified town in France and surely one of the prettiest too.

Food & Drink

The 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 Font-Romeu as well as in historic Mont-Louis, which is worth the extra drive.
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Getting There

From Toulouse: take the A614 towards Montpellier, then the N20 towards Ur/Font-Romeu.
From Montpellier: take the A9 towards Béziers and then take exit 41. Follow the N9 towards Perpignan, then the N116, and follow signs for Font-Romeu. Trainstation: Font-Romeu Odeillo Via (5 km)
Nearest airports: Perpignan Rivesaltes airport (90 km)