Stay in this egg-shaped cabin in France

You must be yolking! What could be better than waking up in your own egg-shaped cabin in the lush surrounds of rural France?

If you’re looking for an Easter-themed adventure to go on this year, this egg-cellent tiny home could be a cracking place to spend a long weekend.

That is, if you don’t mind traversing the globe to get to it.

The egg-shaped cabin is called Le Caballon. Picture: Terre d’estuaire – Aurélien Mahot

Located on the stunning east coast of France near the Loire River, the adorable guesthouse, called Le Caballon, was created by designers Aurélie Poirrier, Vincent O’ Connor, Igor-Vassili Pouchkarevtch-Dragoche and Ensa Nantes in 2016.

The cabin allows you to take in the view of the stars from the comfort of your bed. Picture: Terre d’estuaire – Aurélien Mahot

Cute and compact at 6.5m x 3.8m x 3.3m, the cabin boasts a double bed, bathroom and incredible views of the lush green French surrounds on your doorstep.

You and your travel buddy will even have access to your own private jetty, sitting right on the water. Seriously, how perfect?

A serene way to spend a holiday. Picture: Terre d’estuaire – Aurélien Mahot

The cabin is available to be booked from May to October and costs between €95 and €115  per night.

So if your brain is scrambled from the daily grind then a cute egg-shaped cabin could turn your life sunny-side up.

Originally published as Stay in this egg-shaped cabin in France by Erinna Giblin. Author at realestate.com.au.

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