Le Nid - Wooden Tree Camping! (8)
- Sleeps 6 (max 6 adults, 5 children)
- Cooking facilities
- Beds Provided
- Private Bathroom
- Bed Linen Not Included
The Owner Says
'Le Nid' is a beautiful wooden 2-level wooden structure, which sleeps up to 6 people.
On the top floor there are the 3 'nest bedrooms' each sleeping 2 people - which are accessed by stairs.
On the ground floor there is a separate kitchen with all cooking facilities, a shower room and toilet, and a covered dining area.
For a true 'al fresco' dining experience, the sides of the dining area can be removed - giving you direct access to the great outdoors!
Bedding is not provided, please bring all your bedding and bed linen. Pillows (square) provided, please bring your own pillow cases, mattress sheets and duvet or sleeping bag. Rental possible, ask us.
The campsite has so much to offer, including an outdoor swimming pool with paddling pool, tennis courts available to rent, ping pong, badminton, volleyball, and an outdoor play park for the children. It's a large, wild and natural playground for young and old! This is an idyllic, tranquil and beautiful setting within the Cevennes National Park, with a wealth of activities to do in the area from canoeing to river bathing and exploring, hiking, horse riding to paragliding, plus some lovely food markets in various nearby villages and wonderful, dramatic scenery. A feast for the eyes!
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About Domaine de Pradines
Suitable ForTents, caravans, campervans, cars – yes. Groups by arrangement. We also have other types of accommodation like wooden lodges, gîtes.
An embarrassment of riches awaits. There’s the Grotte de Dargilan caves (00 33 4 66 45 60 20) or the famous Roquefort cheese caves (00 33 5 65 58 56 00); the Mont Aigoual which rises to 1500m alt. and all its outdoor activiies in the Pôle 4-Saisons; the Templar villages across the Larzac plateau; the Micropolis Insectarium will appeal to creepy-crawly lovers of all ages (00 33 5 65 58 50 50). Fremyc (00 33 6 58 13 48 48), in Meyrueis, organises rafting, canoeing, walks, bike rides, speleology tours, via ferrata, and more. Airzone Parapente (00 33 6 60 84 76 23) can organise tandem rides over Millau and the Grands Causses. Randals Bison (00 33 4 67 82 73 74) offer cowboy-style riding on their bison farm. Great walks and wild river swimming are easy to find and there are a variety of activities such as canoeing down the Tarn river, hiking, horse riding and visiting Templar strongholds all locally accessible.
Food & Drink
Pradine’s auberge serves food in July and August (check opening-closing dates) in an ancient building with an impressive stone vault. It has a pleasant grassed terrace and there is also a small shop on site which serves fresh bread daily, basics and local produce. The village of Lanuéjols has 2 restaurant-bars called Hôtel Bel Air (00 33 4 67 82 72 78) & La Bonne Adresse, which is informal and family-run. Meyrueis is a bustling village in the summer with a weekly market, shops and wide range of cafés, restaurants and bars such as Hôtel Family (00 33 4 66 45 60 02), Hôtel du Mont Aigoual (00 33 4 66 45 65 61), which has good food and a down-to-earth atmosphere, and Le Jardin des Glaces (00 33 4 66 45 43 75), which serves up local specialities. For local restaurants, try Ferme Auberge de la Tindelle (00 33 5 65 59 18 39) and Auberge de Cadenas in the neighbouring village of Veyreau. Farms in the region rear unique brebis sheep that produce rich milk used to make Roquefort in you've guessed it Roquefort not far from Millau. Try Au Marché Paysan – Magasin de Producteurs Fermiers in Millau (00 33 5 65 61 39 35) as well as Terres d'Aigoual in the Parc des Cévennes also a cooperative of small local producers.
Domaine de Pradines is located at Domaine de Pradines, Route de Millau, D28, 30750 Lanuéjols, Gard, France