Roulotte holidays in France: a family haven for nature lovers

Whether you are heading to the south or coming back towards Calais, take advantage of every moment with the family and stay in a fun French gypsy caravan (roulotte) two hours from Calais on the A26. They have thought of everything for weary travellers; from the welcome drink and the amazing dinner to the picnic lunch for the next day’s driving.

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You’ll love: 

- The walks in the surrounding countryside (by bike, canoe…)

- The on-site dinner available (in your gypsy caravan or in the Finnish kota-grill cabin)

- The bikes available for hire

Each roulotte has a view directly over its little ‘private’ part of the river. Here, there is a real connection with nature. Kids will love running from one island to another, over little bridges, feeding the ducks and exploring the forest. Parents will love the pure tranquility, being surrounded by trees and just sitting on the picnic table at the front of the roulotte watching the river flow past.

You will be happy to know that you don’t have to worry about dinner tonight. Nicole has everything organised! The famous cookware Le Creuset is based nearby, (which you can visit and pick up a bargain if you have the room in the car) and your dinner will be cooked in one of its finest. La Cocotte de l’Omignon is known far and wide. Slow cooked chicken and veg cooking in cider, served with bread, local cheese, a traditional sweet tart and drinks (please order in advance €60 for 4 people).

If you have time on your hands, the experience is worth at least two or three nights. There are lots of local sights to see, even the village itself has a story worth uncovering. There is evidence of a 2000 year old Gallo-Roman oppidum (fortified settlement) and of more recent times, the area was significantly impacted by the First World War, so there are many memorials and museums to discover. The village of Saint Quentin has Art Deco architecture, and a very pretty center square. You can find many good restaurants in town.

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111131 €
1 night(s)4 guests
Deal includes

- Accomodation for up to 4 people (1 double bed and 2 sofa beds) in a fully equipped self-catering gypsy-caravan (19m2) with shower room and toilets

- Generous continental breakfast delivered to your door

- Beds made

- Bathroom linen

- Heating (each caravan is equipped with an electric wood fire)

- End of stay cleaning

- SAFETY MEASURES in place, in light of Covid 19:

- Guests are asked to adhere to Maison de l’Omignon’s safety measures (wearing of masks, social distancing, regular hand washing, etc…). Antibacterial hand gel is available

- Accommodation and sanitary facilities are thoroughly disinfected and ventilated

- Breakfast and dinner to be eaten in the gypsy caravan (Alternatively, if you have chosen to book one of Maison de l’Omignon’s cabins, meals can be eaten on the cabin terrace or in the main building, where guests are asked to adhere to appropriate social distancing.)

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Enter into the free spirit and timeless romance of a night in a gypsy caravan at Maison de l’Omignon in Northern France. You’ll receive the warmest of receptions and as we...

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Our tips to make the most of your stay
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& 5 more Family attractions
Treetop climbing adventure in « Isle Aventure »
Parc Robinson
"Musée des Papillons" (Butterfly Museum)
The « Maison du Textile »
« La Maison de Marie-Jeanne »
The undergrounds of Saint-Quentin
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& 3 more Green moments
St Quentin’s ‘Marais d’Isle’ nature reserve
Discover the neighborhoods of the nature reserve of the Park of Isle
Vermand picking
A walk in the undergrowth along the Omignon river
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& 5 more Gourmet moments
The « 100% local » chip shop
“Grand Café de l’Univers” restaurant
"Chez Jean" restaurant
Le Glacier (traditional cuisine)
Chocolaterie Trogneux
The farmers market of Vermand
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& 3 more Attractions close by
Discover the town of Saint-Quentin
« Musée du Touage » museum
« Village des Métiers d’Antan » and Motobecane Museum
St Quentin’s street art

Insiders Tips

Get in touch with the locals! They live on site and know how to make the most of your stay. They'll be happy to answer your questions and help you build a tailor-made, off the beaten path itinerary.