To touch the sky in love...
Facilities and services :
1 double bed 140 x 200 cm
Showers and toilets in the guest lounge
Lamps and candles available (no water or electricity)
Neh er Lenn means "pond nest" in Breton. It's one of the Dihan team's favorite cabins, and one of the highest too, perched 8 meters off the ground! You don't have to be afraid of heights to discover this Robinson's hut, as the climb is made using a semi-rigid ladder, with everyone equipped with a harness.
A real nest for lovers, it's a cosy, cozy refuge for spending a moment isolated in nature. Overlooking the undergrowth, this cabin sits atop an ancestral oak tree! It opens the door to a world of its own, where you can relax and enjoy a moment of calm in osmosis with the elements. A terrace lets you enjoy dinner or breakfast with a view of our maritime pine forest and undergrowth!
Illuminated by candlelight, treat yourself to a romantic and unusual evening. You'll wake up to the sound of wind in the leaves and birdsong (no water or electricity). Sometimes the tawny owl from the neighboring hut changes its mind and comes to nest in Neh er lenn!
Sleeping in Neh er Lenn is an eco-experience for every guest, as the hut has grown with its host. You'll really feel like you're somewhere else...
Spa and massage, swimming pool and café lounge, slow tourism walks, encounters with our animals (ouessant sheep and horses), tips for discovering the surrounding area (the joys of southern Morbihan with its beaches and islands, from Carnac to the Ria d'Etel, via the wild side of Quiberon or the pretty little town of Auray and its artists...), snuggling up with a book in an armchair in front of a roaring fire: this is what awaits you at Dihan.
We'd be delighted to tell you more about our commitments (eco-responsible networks and sustainable tourism, protection of birds and bees, selective sorting, compost, phytodepuration (purification by plants), sustainable construction and purchasing, late mowing...).
The story of our grandparents' farm continues to make sense!