France: The Hoxton will take over Parcel Tiny House from 1 August to 4 September, transforming the eco-cabin into a Camp Hox summer retreat.
Located in La Perche, southern Normandy, the 18 square-metre cabin is powered exclusively by solar panels and includes a “dry toilet” that uses sawdust to save 15,000 litres of water per year.
The Hoxton will deck out the cabin with Roberts Radios, Blank toiletries, Oh my Cream beauty amenities, linens and towels, a survival guide and bespoke itinerary, along with food and beverage supplies.
Ingredients for breakfast, lunch and dinner will be locally-sourced and will include pastries, homemade chocolate and jam, yoghurt, bread, charcuterie boards, snacks from Superproducteur, CBD soft drinks from Chilled, coffee, a bottle of CHANDON Garden Spritz, and more.
Entertainment in the cabin comprises boardgames from Smallable, a 100 per cent recycled yoga mat from Yogamata, Hox Friends Paris books, and a curated holiday playlist.
This year’s Camp Hox includes a two night stay for two people, inclusive of two breakfasts, one lunch and one dinner (between €550 and €650, depending on departure). An additional bed can be added for one child for a fee of €15, and dogs from €25 per night. Further information can be found here.
Upcoming openings under The Hoxton brand includes Brussels, Shepherd’s Bush, Vienna and Berlin.