Safari Tent - Pèlerin
Augié, 46310, Montamel, Cahors, Lot, France
- Sleeps 6 (max 6 adults, 5 children)
- Cooking facilities
- Beds Provided
- Bed Linen Provided
- Towels Provided
- Private Bathroom
Book camping accommodation at Lot Sous Toile
The Owner SaysOur small glamping site in south-west France is home to three safari tents with glorious countryside views. Swim in our heated pool, cycle the beautiful Lot Department or simply relax (there's a hammock in our wooded area behind the tents for just that). Children are free to enjoy ping pong, baby football, petanque or badminton (adults too!) and there's a play area with toys. Each tent sleeps six comfortably, across a four poster bed, cabin bed and bunk bed. There's a kitchenette with hot and cold water, sink, gas hob and fridge, plus a dining table large enough for six, and a sitting area with a sofa and a coffee table. Throughout, there's 12V solar electrics with 2 usb charging points, a 12V car socket, and soft lighting. The bathroom is inside the tent and benefits from a flushing toilet and a lovely rainfall shower, whilst out on the terrace there are chairs and loungers, not to mention a wonderful vista.
The Owner Says
Safari tents feature a fully equipped kitchen, dining and living space, a four-poster bed, bunk beds and a cabin bed, accommodating up to 6 people in total. All bedding and towels are provided. An interior bathroom with a flushing loo and a lovely hot shower. Terrace with outdoor furniture. Cots and high chairs can be provided by request (please request at the time of booking). For all guests at Lot Sous Toile, there is a heated swimming pool, a pétanque court, a ping-pong table, a table football, a play tent with toys and a 'natural playground' in the woods with rope swings and hammocks. No WiFi but good 4G signal. Campfires are permitted in spring and autumn but not between June and early October because of the forest fires risk (this is weather dependent and may sometimes be extended as far as end of October). Chickens (often with chicks) on the site, along with sheep, a sheepdog and a very lazy cat – guests are welcome to help out with the animals.