Enjoy fantastic views over the Perche countryside from a 5 berth, fully equipped treehouse which has been built around an old sweet chestnut tree in the heart of a 25 acre nature reserve.
Inside there is a main room with a big double bed, cosy sitting area, kitchen and a separate bathroom with shower and toilet. A staircase leads down to another bedroom which can comfortably sleep 3 children or another couple in a kingsize bed.
A breakfast basket full of local and organic food is delivered to you each morning; warm bread (baked locally in a wood fired bread oven), homemade jams, honey, butter, yoghurts and seasonal fruit with a choice of coffee, tea or hot chocolate. Depending on the weather you can enjoy your meals inside or out – there are 2 big terraces, one of which is equipped with a Summer kitchen so you can prepare meals al fresco.
The ‘Syndicat mixte de gestion du Parc’ is drawn from the Conseils Régionaux of Normandy and Centre-Val de Loire regions, the Conseils départementaux of the departments of Orne and Eure-et-Loir and the 88 municipalities within the boundaries of the Parc. It receives financial support from the French state and the European Union.