Gourmet Glamping In France!
Of course, where else but gourmet glamping in France! Here, food is an occasion and the opportunity to gather and share a meal is seized daily; it's a ritual. And meals in France are not rushed - this is a slow food nation; both the food and company is savoured.
Amongst other things, food was one of the reasons we came to France, both on holiday, in previous years and then to live. Through our love of the gastronomic and Simon being an experienced chef, we have ensured that, throughout your stay, there are plenty of options available when it comes to those three most important meals of the day! This isn’t just glamping, this is gourmet glamping, in France!
Opt for beaux breakfasts, perfect picnics and delicious dinners when you don’t what to cook and barbecue packs, recipe cards and ingredients bought for you, when you do!
All in all, a foodie feast to behold!
Opt for a delicious gourmet hamper to be delivered to your tent. Whether for the first night, breakfast, campfire treats or a for a romantic picnic, your basket will be full of quality, local produce to enjoy together.
Vegetarian, vegan, gluten free and low carb options are available!
Let the resident chef cook for you! Just stroll across the meadow and enjoy a super relaxed evening!
It’s a casual, sociable affair – the two key ingredients being good food and good company – with everyone contributing to the latter!
Cooking on the campfire is all part of the fun and experience of glamping.
This area of France is famous for its beef, and you can order barbecue hampers supplied by local producers. Ingredients & recipe cards are also available for delicious French classics so you can choose to do much more than toast marshmallows!
Although very rural, supermarkets, boulangeries and everything you need are not far away in the towns or Aigurande, La Chatre and Argenton-Sur-Creuse. The nearest cities are Chateauroux and Gueret.
Most fun is calling in at the local producers and makers, if you don’t manage to catch them at the local markets that is.
There are lots of great restaurants in the surrounding towns and villages. You will often find the best value with the lunchtime menus. Read our Tips for Successful Eating Out In Rural France here
As well as traditional eateries there are a number recommended by the Michelin Guide check out our blog for more details here.