Myriam Le Masle treehouses provides guests with the modern environment-friendly glamping experience on her beautiful 25-ha (62 acres) family property. The domain, located close to Ploëmel, a town in South Brittany, consists of 8 treehouses for rent, each with a unique and conceived design
The 15 to 35sqm treehouses can host couples or families (up to 5 people each). Each is equipped with a terrace and dry toilet, and they were all built ecologically around centuries-old oak and chestnut trees. If the highest is perched 10m (33 feet) above ground, several are at lower levels, adapted to families and groups of friends (combining two cabins). From the lower levels, organic breakfasts are conveniently hoisted up to the tree via a pulley system. Guests can choose this option while booking their accommodation or add it on the spot.
Surrounded by vast unspoilt grounds, residents can enjoy the surrounding preserved nature and living spaces reserved for them, such as the large homey common room and shared sanitary installations available around the clock. The coast and the Gulf of Morbihan is only a few kilometres off.
Residents will discover a haven of peace and wildlife, after having received a warm reception from the hosts and staff. The domain has been an LPO bird sanctuary for 8 years, where various practices such as sloping, maintaining fallow lands and late mowing enabled 8 bird species to reappear.
No wonder that you should wake up in the tree-houses to the sound of bird songs! In keeping with the owners’ nature-preserving approach, the houses are equipped with solar-powered dynamo lamps, have been certified by the EU ecolabel since 2013, and have Breton names. Arno took part actively in their construction and encourages his visitors to keep on practicing waste sorting. Literature on renewable energies, ecotourism and ecology in general is available on location.
Activities with environmentally-friendly mobility are encouraged to discover the surroundings: walking and cycling tours (bike rental available), horse riding, sailing, “tire-bouchon” (old-fashioned locomotive) train rides…