Our campsite has plenty to amuse the children (and adults alike). We have table tennis and badminton and extensive trails through our 56 acres of natural woodland to name a few.
Onsite we have a 12mtr x 6mtr heated salt water swimming pool with 3mtr intergrated paddling pool. Although the pool is shared there is a large decking and grassed area around the pool so is never overcrowded and is a great way to meet new people and friends while on holiday. The pool area is fenced to meet approved safety regulations with a number code locking system to the pool gate. Pool open June to September.
- Table tennis
- Boules (Petanque)
- Woodland Walks
- Small Fishing Lake
- Mountain Bike Trails
- Childrens swings and wooden tower
We have our own traditional bread oven once used to supply bread to the hamlet, now we offer pizza nights where we make and cook our own stone baked pizzas, take to see what you fancy from our Pizza Menu.
Grab a sleeping bag, a roll mat, food pack and other essential survival equipment and off we go into the woods or down by the river. We will build a camp and make a camp fire, light the fire using a stricker only. Cook up a lovely camp dinner and spend the night under the stars. Great fun for big and small kids alike. (All equipment and food supplied) Survival nights must be pre-booked please.
Price – £18 (20€) per adult, £13 (15€) per child
Mountain Bike Trails
For all you mountain or downhill bikers or those who would like to give it a go, we have extensive cross country and downhill trails for all abilities. Our trails are well maintained and updated with new berms, jumps, drop-offs and technical sections.
Bring your own bikes or hire some locally for hours of fun.
As we are based in the National Park there are kilometres of mountain bike tracks with spectacular scenery passing Châteaux, Rivers and Lakes etc.
For the road cyclist there are kilometres of undulating roads passing through pine forests and traditional French villages where time has never quite caught up. You may see the odd car but in France drivers have the utmost respect for cyclists.
It’s also great to cycle as a family as there are lots of traffic free places to go for a more relaxed ride.
Bring your own bikes or hire them locally.