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Your campsite with tree house in Brittany and other unusual accommodation

Cabane dans les arbres
Cabane dans les arbres


Fall asleep in a transparent bubble watching the stars, in a Mongolian yurt, a barrel, a teepee worthy of a Western set, a tree house or even the cabin of an aeroplane... the trend for unusual accommodation is flourishing in France, and campsite owners are well aware of this, and are brimming over with ideas to offer their visitors unforgettable experiences.

Among these original types of accommodation, tree houses are particularly appealing to local customers, attracting those who, close to home, want to experience an 'adventure' that takes them out of their daily lives for a moment, allowing them to escape quickly and over a short stay. A feeling of freedom coupled with a peaceful atmosphere in the heart of nature, not to mention the limited environmental impact, are real added values when it comes to treehouse accommodation.

Your tree house holiday in Brittany and other unusual holidays

If you choose to go anywhere in Brittany, there's bound to be a campsite with unusual accommodation nearby. There are more than 24 campsites with unusual accommodation in the Brittany region, and here is our selection to help you make your choice:


La Plage campsite **** in Penmarch, Finistère, has a four-metre-high hut with a view of the sea! Enough to make your friends jealous. It measures 16 m2 and can sleep up to 4 people. The hut has a terrace, and breakfast is even provided. The cabin has a dry toilet, but no bathroom or electricity. The perfect balance between simple comfort, strict necessities and pleasure. And all with respect for the environment. In short, a very good score for this tree house in Guilvinec.

Tree house
Tree house © Camping La Plage

At the Aleth *** campsite in Saint-Malo-de-Beignon in Morbihan, you can enjoy a western camp with 8 beds, a terrace, a kitchen area with fridge and barbecue nearby, ideal for immersing yourself in the era of the pioneers and the westward rush! The Bamboo Hut, with its Asian decor, offers a real change of scenery and a lovely view over the Etang d'Aleth. Finally, the Double Tipi Perché offers you a Western stay in an Indian village, with a lovely view from the terrace.


In Pont-Scorff in Morbihan, the Entre Terre et Mer *** campsite has atypical wooden cabins with irregular shapes that instantly remind you of childhood fairy tales. One is used as a sleeping area, the other as a bathroom and the third as a kitchen. A real return to childhood here that will delight children and their parents alike. In the same campsite, the Goutte d'Ô is perched between two trees and lets you observe nature and the starry sky through its bay window. This unusual teardrop-shaped accommodation sleeps two. Ideal for a romantic night in!

unusual accommodation
unusual accommodation © Camping Entre Terre et Mer




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