The social aspect of slow tourism
Slow tourism is an eco-friendly, shared approach: customers and visitors are players in this, just like the tourism body which welcomes them.
For this, given the social aspect of its activities, the Treuscoat Estate is committed to welcoming all types of public, whether in terms of age, financial means or mobility.
Our aim: to allow the greatest number of visitors to explore the eco-lodges we offer, our adventure park and the wonders of Finistere, from the Bay of Morlaix to the Monts d’Arrée hills.
Accessibility at the Treuscoat Estate
- Certain measures have already been implemented on-site: rates for PRM, accessible paths, etc.
- The Treuscoat Estate will soon commit to obtaining the Tourism and Handicap label and will undertake many steps to adapt its facilities to various types of disability (motor, visual, auditory, mental-educational, etc.).
Inclusiveness: an extended array of breaks and activities
- In its eco lodges, the Treuscoat Estate has a range of housing units (tree house cabins, tree house lodges, yurts, Nid’Île tree domes etc.), allowing an array of prices suited to all.
- As for our adventure park, it is adapted to all types of people, as well as groups from recreation centres and associations. In addition, a “Tribe” rate for families, a student rate and a seniors rate are available to our visitors.
Inter-generational outdoor activities
One of our novelties for 2022 in our adventure park - we have set up activities designed for the whole family to enjoy: carriage rides, crazy golf, giant games, etc.
The Treuscoat Estate is therefore, more than ever, a place where generations can get together, allowing them to strengthen their social ties, share the site's history, explore the local culture or re-energise as a family.
A social aspect developed internally too!
Thanks to its expansion, the SARL Treuscoat Estate favours the creation and permanence of jobs in Finistere and around Morlaix. This social aspect is illustrated in three main ways.
The well-being of our employees is a priority.
This is why we offer them adapted working hours, prioritising consecutive days off and one weekend’s rest per month. This is a major revolution in tourism!
Our staff undergo internal training.
This training supports specific job needs: hygiene, driving machines, carriage rides (guiding), supervising diploma, etc. Each employee has access to a training programme allowing him or her to expand their skills.
Our structure is involved training its staff properly.
We welcome people for interships and vocational courses, students doing HND courses, studying at University Technical Institutes, local educational institutes, those taking professional degrees, etc.