Perching Bar

Who says that tree-houses are just for kids?

What if I told you there was a champagne bar seven metres above the ground in the heart of the Regional Natural Park of the Montagne de Reims in Verzy? A bar that you could only reach by a series of wooden walkways and suspension bridges?


Yep, I was too.

The place is the Perching Bar and your admission fee includes a glass of the bubbly stuff.

All around is the whoosh of zip-lines of varying heights for zip-liners of varying ability (and courage) but up here in the trees sipping on a glass of Bollinger (bolly… sweetie) all is grand with the world.

The view’s not bad either.

I love what they do with the corks and the top thingies….I’m sure there’s a technical name for those top thingies.

Want more info?

The Perching Bar is open from April to mid-December and as only a certain number of people can be up here at any one time, reservations are recommended.

Check out their Facebook page here.

Oh, there is a bit of a walk – don’t worry, it’s nothing too strenuous – up a hill on a dirt path, so wear shoes that are ok for walking up a hill on a dirt path.

Also, children under 12 years are not permitted.

Author: Jo

Author, baker, sunrise chaser

3 thoughts

  1. What a unique place. Have seen tree house hotel rooms advertised before but never a bar. Love the decor, the art created by the top thingies and the lovely view. We have a tramway that had struggled to stay afloat and finally closed several years ago. It would be a tremendous place for something similar, and patrons could take the tramway up. Wish I had a few extra million dollars!!

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