For two people, breakfast included
Weekdays: €95/Weekends, Bank Holidays, School holidays: €108
Extra guest (aged under 18): €30
Extra guest (aged over 18): €40
Heating (unusual accommodation in April and May): €15 – Free in February, March, October and November.
All of our rates.
Sleeps 1-6 – Double bed, two fixed single beds, two additional single pull-out beds also available.
One 140X200cm double bed, two fixed single beds, two additional single pull-out beds also available. Bedding, candles, and dynamo lamp provided. Towels not provided. Small balcony. Table and chairs in the meadow. Breakfast hamper included. No running water or electricity. Dry toilets indoors and Mongolian sink with a tap to freshen up (traditional toilets can be found in the main farm 150m away). Heating in February/March/October/November (available as extra in April/May).
Champagne, wine, or organic Carnac cider aperitif
Gourmet hamper to dine under the stars or by candlelight in your yurt, or dinner at the traditional Table de DIHAN restaurant.
A well-being break in the secluded Spa by Dihan (sauna, hammam, relaxing world massages, teas and infusions, etc.)
Bike rides (bikes available to hire). Stand-up paddle outings with instructor or alone. Kite surfing lessons in Brittany.
150m from car park, a few steps up to entrance. Always enter a yurt right foot first.
Djidjik yurt, a unique yurt holiday in Morbihan.
A yurt from Mongolia for a taste of far away lands in the heart of the Breton countryside. In Mongolian, djidjik means “small”: and yet it is as spacious as Dihan’s other yurts. However, it is set such a beautiful spot on the meadow that we wanted to give it a playful feel. Like in Mongolia, its closes neighbours are the horses… whenever they are in this part of the field. It is a unique experience to be enjoyed as a couple, a family, or with friends. Khan means “king” in Mongolian, like the famous and infamous Genghis!
This yurt is insulated with recycled plastics (your used water bottles!) and is a unique holiday in Brittany that is perfect for a romantic weekend or a family holiday in Brittany. Ecotourism in the Morbihan just a stone’s throw from the beaches at Carnac, Quiberon, and Erdeven…
Dihan’s caravan can be traced back to Romania. We took our time to find the caravan that was just right for us, full of history and stories of its own. A caravan represents travel, the nomadic lifestyle, a wonderful musical culture and a special connection with horses… all things that we cherish at Dihan.
Like its little sisters, the treetop tent of our treehouse park is a transparent sphere (crystal plastic material) -which can be closed completely or partially, in order to hide the light, by a “curtain” cloth .
Cabin for 2 to 5 people, from 150 euros including breakfast. Access by a miller’s staircase. Past the barrel entrance, the magic of a spacious room suspended.
Cabin for 2 to 5 people, from 150 euros including breakfast. Access by a miller’s staircase. A secret cabin! Hidden in the century-old chestnut with its beautiful view of the hill.
Cabin for 2 to 4 people, from 150 euros including breakfast. Access by a spiral staircase. In the wood of maritime pines, above the Celtic fountain, she enjoys the largest terrace of Dihan.
Bihan, means “small” in Breton, and gets its name not from its size but rather its cosy feel. The white wood room is Dihan ’sguest house. Our guest house with a romantic atmosphere is a serene setting on the first floor of an old stone stable, under the rafters. A porthole bathes the room in light.
Cabin for 2 to 4 people, from 150 euros including breakfast. Access by a spiral staircase and a monkey bridge. Playful! She enjoys the same beautiful environment as her sister Baman, and the intimacy of its adorable terrace facing south.
Builded in the respect of the environment, in France, remarkable by their originality. Are they natural UFO or the seeds of a giant imaginary fruit ?
Cabin for 2 people, from 160 euros, incl. Access by a semi-rigid scale with harness. The highest ! Sleeping in trees 10 meters above the ground!
In our tradition of small wooden houses all over the world, Dihan’s wooden chalet comes from far-off Scandinavia … It’s a kota: translate “hunting hut” in Lapland. This hexagonal shaped chalet, made of raw wood and half logs of wood, native to Finland where the forests are particularly well managed, is a traditional hideaway.