- Sleeps 6 (max 6 adults, 5 children)
- Cooking facilities
- Beds Provided
- Bed Linen Provided
- Towels Provided
- Private Bathroom
- Pet Friendly
The Owner Says
Surface area 35m²
Warm in all seasons thanks to its wood stove in the centre of the living-room, this wood cabin combines aesthetics and comfort perfectly. The interior in wood exudes well-being and serenity.
Main room with equipped kitchen area : sink, gas stove, microwave, fridge and electric coffee maker)
A living area with wood stove and dining area (table and chairs for 6 people).
1 extra single bed in the living room.
Two separate bedrooms: a “parents bedroom” with a double bed (140×200) and a “children’s bedroom” with two single beds (90×190) and a pull-out bed (80×180) or a bunk bed with a double bed (140×190) at the bottom and a single bed (90×190) at the top.
Bathroom with shower and toilet.
Equipments: wood stove, electric heating, electric water heater.
Exterior: Large covered wooden terrace with wooden picnic table. A lovely terrace that opens onto the outdoors and a warm and cosy interior.
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 and free Wi-Fi, a small grocery store, a playground, tennis court, 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. Bikes available for hire. Activities for children throughout school holidays.
ActivitiesThe Swiss border is just moments away in the car and it's a short drive to the shore of Lake Geneva (bring bikes if you have them for a pedal along the waterfront). In the campsite there are heaps of leaflets but visits to the European Centre for Nuclear Research is one in particular that the campsite can arrange and they also have a good relationship with the nearby adventure course (06 76 64 20 31) in the trees of Divonne – great spot for children. Voltaire Château (04 50 40 53 21; open April – Oct) is 17 km away in Ferney-Voltaire and, after a hard day walking, biking and exploring the Haut Jura national park, there's also a thermal spa and wellness centre (04 50 20 27 70) in Divonne-les-Bains.
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 Divonne-les-Bains.
From Dijon follow the A39 south leaving it 30km south of Dole and following sings to Poligny where you join the N5. Stay on the N5 for the next 50km all the way into the mountains following signs for Morez. 10km after Morez, in Cure, the N5 ends at a roundabout, but continue straight over on to the D105. Continue on the (very windy) D105 to Gex (around 30 km away). At the roundabout in the entre of town take the first exit and follow the main street throuh ton and out past the intermarche supermarket. 4km after the intermarche look for the camping signposts on the left hand side of the road (also sign Saint-Gix). Follow this road for 2km and the campsite is on your left.Divonne SNCF train station (5km)