This place is a place where nature is respected and communication with the living is established.
Come and take the time to taste this.
In a beautiful valley formed by small volcanoes, the sound of water and a landscape that allows us to rest and rest!
It is a small straw hut, spirit of recovery, spirit of nature, in an artist's garden, placed on a chosen energy network
site full of charms for nature lovers. 20m2 with a bed of 140, a door for the sun, a door for the shade, a stove + dishes, a dry toilet. a wood stove for the cold times, water reserve, sink, all this in simplicity
the shed has electricity with plug...
The sanitary facilities
the bathroom for the shower is in our house, with a maximum time of 19:30
The shed has electricity with a plug.
The meditative chairs are waiting for you, if you want to settle down, take the time to live, listen to the birds singing and the water of the river, contemplate the landscape.
The meditative chairs are waiting for you, if you want to create, walk, feel the kundalini stones
bathing, walking, breathing, discovering...
Possibility of breakfast (€8 / person)
organic and varied breakfast
Exact location information is provided after a booking is confirmed.
It was a great pleasure to be welcomed at Enole and Jean Pierre's with my granddaughter and my mom. People with a big heart and a soothing place in their image. We left happy to know that this place exists, amazed by the greatness of nature and looking forward to seeing you soon.
Excellent welcome, very warm and friendly. Magnificent view
My friend and I had decided to spend the night in a peaceful place with water nearby for our dog... What a surprise to find this little cabin in the heart of a nature haven! Everything is charming, from the wooden floor to the straw walls and the green of the terraced garden. We were very well received and the desire to share and communicate immediately became a reality. We would have liked to stay longer and we leave with both "material" (thanks again for the cuttings) and immaterial memories... Good continuation and good wind