The Family Room
The Family Room is a living space for everyone. Here’s where you’ll find your kids when they’ve run off for a few hours. It’s also here that you can get the keys for the canoes. This is where it all happens, open from 8 a.m. to late at night.
At our 200 m² reception and tourist information area, you can borrow hiking maps, board games, wooden games, costumes for children, puppets or music. Wi-Fi is also available.
Upstairs, there’s a barefoot area just like at home with a TV nook, a library and areas for playing quiet games.
Vegetable garden to the north, semi-covered terrace to the south, facing the swimming pool.
The bar and restaurant are also in the Family Room, but it’s above all your living space, whether you order something or not. That’s what makes this place so special, and what makes the restaurant so lively, with families playing games, friends enjoying a Norwegian candle on the terrace, while couples are enjoying a meal.
The Garden Room
For your family get-togethers, reunions, business meetings and nature or outdoor seminars, we created the Garden Room. Facing the Fragrant Garden, the room is on an unspoilt island of nature, secluded from the rest of the campsite. In an old bistro atmosphere and with a practical design, the Garden Room features a fully-equipped kitchen and a pellet stove, with a capacity of 30 people. You can also enjoy the Roman Bath, just next door.
Bikes and canoes
Because we wanted to create a different kind of campsite, far from the commercial practices of the big chains, we invested in canoes and bikes that we lend to our guests free of charge. Clients are sometimes surprised and are always delighted to come and pick up the keys to the canoes. The locks ensure that children only use them under supervision. We also provide life vests and oars. You can then use the vessel to your heart’s desire. Float along our calm stretch of river and discover diverse plants and wildlife. Or, cross the river to reach the GR40 footpath (leading to the Way of Saint James) and climb up to Artias Castle overlooking the campsite.
We also have more than 20 children’s bikes and a few adult bikes spread throughout the campsite. They each have a distinctive marking and we ask that parents remind their children not to leave the bike on their pitch, but to put it back in the dedicated areas. And it works! We can’t count the number of kids that have learned to ride a bike here at CosyCamp.