From Easter to All Saints' Day there are ample opportunities to book your very own luxury glamping holiday on this farm!
The Domaine de Saint-Christophe is an incredible place that will offer you and your family an exceptional holiday in the comfort of a Noble Tent. Located between Paris and Strasbourg, the Meuse is a department rich in landscapes that can be explored by bike or on foot! The domain of Saint-Christophe is located on the Benedictine city of Saint-Mihiel. On your stay why not visit the superb Benedictine library of Saint- Mihiel, as well as the abbey?
The Domaine de Saint Christophe is set in a remarkable location and offers quality accommodation called The Noble Tent. It has a large living room, sleeps 5/6 people and offers all the essential elements for a successful family vacation. Animals are at the very heart of this glamping experience, here you will find Dutch horses (Frisians) that have been raised on the farm, horses, miniature donkeys and Shetland ponies.
The Meuse, in Grand Est has a rich landscape mixing plains, ponds and villages. Themed hiking routes allow you to discover the Lorraine Regional Natural Park and the Lachaussée ponds. At the Madine Lake site you can cycle or rent a sailboat. This leisure center also has a 9-hole golf course for the golfing enthusiasts in your life classes, while classes are offered for those less confident with their swing.
The whole region is full of small, uncrowded roads alternating forests, crops and pastures. The proposed tours are accessible at all levels. You can do a circuit with many elevations or a simpler circuit in the plains and valleys. You also have the opportunity to cross the department from north to south along the river Meuse or from east to west along the Marne-Rhine canal.
The Meuse is a land rich in history and many remains of WWI dot this region, including the American Cemetery of St. Mihiel or the American Memorial La Butte de Montsec. This isolated hill is a grandiose site that offers a superb panorama. Many architectural elements, remains and museums bare witness to the art and traditions of the region. The History buffs will adore Bar-le-Duc and the city of Verdun which offers a stark reminder of the Great War.
In the north of the department, on the borders of Belgium and the Ardennes lies the Sky of Meuse. A green space full of exceptional monuments: the Basilica of Avioth- classified as an historic monument and the huge citadel of Montmédy on its hilltop perch. The southern valley of the Meuse combines culture and history. The castle Stanislas Commercy which can be visited all year, as well as sites from the time of Joan of Arc, in Vaucouleurs the Porte de France, the chapel and museum are a must see!
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