Located between Carnac and Quiberon, just 7 km from Auray and the historic port of St-Goustan, Les cabanes perchées de Dihan offers a range of unique accommodation in a natural setting. As a matter of facts, guests can choose traditional rooms and chalets or opt for a more adventurous stay in a Mongolian yurt, a wooden caravan, a tree house or a tent suspended in a tree.
Nijal, which means “to fly” in Breton, is Dihan’s highest tree house hotel. Hovering at 30 feet (10m) from the ground, the balcony overlooks the beautiful Dihan meadow and woodland. Guest might feel like being the lordship and ladyship of the whole surrounding area, and indeed, here between earth and sky, they will feel different.
The Nijal tree house hotel is the absolute place to unwind. The guests’ bags and breakfast are hoisted up via a pulley system, and the place even has a distinguished guest: a tawny owl which has been nesting on Nijal’s roof for years. What better proof would that be that the tree house hotel is a seamless part of its surroundings? It seems that Dihan’s green tourism policy is being rewarded! Nijal is just perfect for a romantic weekend under the stars, between Carnac and Quiberon. Capacity: Sleeps 1-2 – Double bed.
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