- Equipped kitchen and dining area
- Private bathroom facilities
- Set amongst the trees
The Owner Says
Enjoy an invigorating stay between ocean, vineyards and forests and set out to discover this little haven of paradise on the Atlantic ocean. After a day of exploring, take a dip in the new swimming pool
You just arrived? A friendly reception with all the information you need for a great stay is waiting for you.
The reception team is at your disposal throughout your stay to communicate all the tourist information about the Island of Ré and its surroundings, hiking, nature activities …
The central lodge, the place to get together! You will find books, sofas, board games, and an espresso coffee maker.
Order your bread and pastries the day before. Because we are committed to working with local producers, the village bakery delivers to us every morning. Tea, coffee, orange juice, bread and jam, and pastries… Opt for a breakfast formula so you have nothing to prepare.
Features & FacilitiesThere's a heated swimming pool and paddling pool and surrounding wooden decking with a snack bar and pizza restaurant during peak season. A central lodge with internet, free Wi-Fi, a TV room, library and board games; a playground, boules pitch and table tennis tables. Bikes available for hire. 'Camper's corner' shop for any essentials you've forgotten and tourist information in reception. Activities for children throughout school holidays.
ActivitiesCamping on an island? Then it's the beaches you'll be visiting. Montamer and La Salee are the best for swimming when the tide's in and Grenettes is the one for surfers (you can hire boards right by the waterfront). At Sainte-Marie-de-Ré, Notre Dame beach is good for shellfish gathering. Windsurfing, kayaking and catamaran sailing are all popular here too, while, on land, bikes are the best way to get around with a good network of family-friendly cycle trails across the island (bikes are available to hire from the campsite). There are also public tennis courts 1km from Huttopia Chardons Bleus. For something less active, discover the Vauban fortifications – a recognised UNESCO world heritage site – visit the ramparts of Saint-Martin-de-Ré, the ruins of Abbey Châteliers, the Fort de la Prée and the steeple of Ars-en-Ré. A visit to Phare de la Baleine, the main lighthouse that is synonymous with Île de Ré, is also a must.
Food & DrinkThe restaurant on-site 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. There's also fresh bread delivery each morning (make sure you order the evening before). A whole range of delicious produce can be found among the island’s market stalls, with markets held every morning at la Flotte, Rivedoux and Sainte-Marie throughout the year. Oysters, sea salt, Pineau, Cognac and the island's delicious potatoes are the most local goods of choice.
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