- Sleeps 5 (max 5 adults, 4 children)
- Cooking facilities
- Beds Provided
- Bed Linen Provided
- Towels Provided
Spacious Canadian-style safari tent with a private terrace, and just 90 minutes from Paris
- Two separate bedrooms with proper beds and bedding included
- A large terrace with BBQ for enjoying the natural surroundings
- On a large lakeside site with plenty of activities and facilities including two pools
The Owner Says
In this original accommodation, inspired by the shelters of the trappers of the Far North, you can play at campers and cook barbecues... And when night falls, drift off to sleep in a real bed on a cosy bench base. Everything is provided for you to enjoy an idyllic holiday in the midst of nature. The Canadian tent can sleep up to five people.
The Canadienne Tent has two bedrooms: one with a double bed (140×200) and one with three single beds (60×200). The main room has a gas stove with two burners, a fridge, crockery, storage, table, armchairs, chairs, lanterns. Outside there is a wooden terrace with a parasol and two fold-out chairs.
Please note: all our Canadienne Tent accommodation is equipped and furnished in a similar fashion, but your actual accommodation, location and outlook may differ from that shown in the images.
The site has plenty of facilities and a whole host of nature activities which are included in our packages for active holidays for children and parents alike. Facilities include an outdoor swimming pool and an indoor heated pool (from 13/04 to 04/11) as well as a forest spa. Imagine saunas in little wooden huts on the banks of the lake, a refreshing jacuzzi, and sun beds where you can recline in the shade of the trees. Relax and unwind… (from May 24th – Area reserved for adults).
Features & FacilitiesShower- and wash-rooms are dotted around – some under canvas and some in wooden huts. Fixtures, water pressure, and cleanliness are good. Good baby-changing facilities. Swimming lake, with a bar/restaurant stretching over it on stilts that serves grilled meats and pizza. Upstairs has a good stock of board games. There is a vast array of children’s activities daily, concerning nature and art, and adult activities of an evening. Site shop sells essentials and some local produce.
ActivitiesReception has plenty of information. The town of Senonches is charming and appears to have dropped from the sky into the centre of the forest. There is an 11th-century castle and plenty of interesting architecture. Parc Régional du Perche is 450 acres (182 hectares) of natural and cultural heritage, with fortified manor houses, farmsteads, and villages. Cycling or walking is best for exploring the region. Chartres is 25 miles (40 km) away with a medieval old town and cathedral.
Food & DrinkA bar and restaurant overlook the lake with outdoor seating. They serve grilled meats, pizza and fresh breads and pastries at breakfast time. Both Chartres and Senonches (see off site) have great restaurants to discover.
From Paris take the N12 to Dreux and then the D928 towards Digny. Then head towards Senonches and follow the Huttopia signs. From Chartres take the D24 towards Senonches and follow the Huttopia signs.