Housed in the hollow of a valley, the cottage "Bétula" Fustes in Mézenc is a log cabin with green roof entirely built by Johane in the purest Scandinavian style.
A fuste is a dwelling built in barrels (trunks of trees), cut and adjusted by hand by the fustier, so that each one perfectly marries the irregular shapes of the one that precedes it, thus forming a solid and watertight wall. After having built her own log home, Johane started creating 2 gîtes (Epicéa in 2012 and Bétula in 2017) to welcome holidaymakers and introduce them to the region where he grew up. Respect for nature and sustainable development are the watchwords of this neat home, a real cocoon of well-being in the Mézenc region.
With its wooden terrace (17 m²) partially sheltered and facing south, it will be the ideal refuge for your holidays in the countryside (4000 m² of wooded land available).
Entirely built on one level, the whole of the fuselage is articulated around a stay with corner cooks and corner living room with wood stove (wood provided gracefully). The cottage has a double room (1 bed 160x200) and a triple room (3 beds 90x200 including a mezzanine). The bathroom with toilet and walk-in shower completes this cozy layout.
Loan of snowshoes and ATV / VTC bicycles.
Baby equipment on request: cot, high chair, bath.
Nearby: trout fishing 500 m, small shops (local products) and services in Fay-sur-Lignon (2.2 km), Haute-Ardèche 3 km, Nordic skiing and snow activities in Estables 24 km, Nordic activities in Meygal, Mount Gerbier de Jonc 35 km, Le Puy-en-Velay and its listed heritage 37 km.
All shops and services at Chambon-sur-Lignon (15 km) and Saint-Julien-Chapteuil (18 km)