Native American Tepee
“The earth does not belong to man, man belongs to earth.”
This Wooden Tipi was made by an American from the Wendake tribe in Québec. It was built to
withstand the harsh Canadian winters, and is thus well-insulated, heated, and offers
electricity. The tipi houses two beds and is suitable for families, friends, and couples to enjoy
a peaceful escape together from daily life.
The teepee offers a space for holding bonfires nearby.
Breakfast is free in the main house between 8h30 and 10h30 in the morning.