Rent a lodge tent and experience an unforgettable glamping holiday in Normandy!

Glamping is a type of camping that combines luxury and nature, comfort and respect for the environment. Welcome to the natural setting of  Le Brévedent!

The lodge tents are located on the edge of the forest on large lakeside pitches and in the orangery.

The lodge tent combines the experience of a stay in tent and the comfort of charming accommodation. This unusual 24 m² unpartitioned tent sleeps 4. It is equipped with high-end bedding (two 90 x 190 beds and one 140 x 190 bed), carpets and vintage furniture.
There’s a mini-fridge for keeping a few provisions cold as well as a kettle and coffee maker for preparing breakfast. You can choose to rent a kitchen kit consisting of a set of frying pans, a set of saucepans and a camping stove, as well as the barbecue available with the accommodations.

  • Outside: Garden furniture, two Deck chairs, a hammock, a barbecue.
  • Dining: dining table, 4 chairs, cutlery, plates, glasses and utensils, coffee maker, electric kettle, small fridge.

  • To sleep: One double bed (1m40 x 2m) with duvet and pillows, two single beds (0,9 m  x 1m90) with duvets and pillows.

  • Services: Beds are made on arrival.

  • Optional extras to rent:

    • Kitchen kit (1 gas camping stove, 1 set of saucepans and frying pans)
    • baby kit (1 travel cot, 1 high chair, 1 bathtub).
    • Rocket Stove (Ecological way of cooking with wood)

Enjoy a stay in a furnished lodge tent as soon as the campsite opens – quirky accommodations for the whole family!

Glamping is an amalgamation of ‘camping’ and ‘glamour’. It adds luxury and comfort to the simple camping tent.

Imagine: You’re sitting comfortably in a deckchair, reading or just resting in the sun. The campsite is quiet. The view over the lake is stunning. The murmur of the stream, the birdsong and the hammering of a woodpecker in the trees is soothing. Your children come back from the kids’ club delighted. They’ve made a bird table – that was today’s activity. They’ve made friends and the small group have arranged to meet up a bit further away at the ‘big tree’. The hundred-year-old tree is the children’s favourite place. Staying in a lodge tent at the Brévedent campsite lets you experience nature.