Rated 4 of 5

Rated 3 of 5

Peace and quiet

Rated 3 of 5

Facilities and cleanliness

Rated 2 of 5


Rated 3 of 5

Good for families

All in all a good holiday

The staff at the site are very friendly and very helpful and speak really good English, although my wife did try out her French, which seemed to be appreciated. Pitches are a good size but we did go for the larger sized one with a fridge and patio table and chairs, the fridge was a god send, you don’t think so when it turns up but trust me it is. The pitch numbering could be better as they are numbered randomly so you have to use the map to work out which one is yours. You see lots of people walking round lost and looking for the pitch they are on, and with all the pitch layouts being different, coupled with the lack of numbering ads to the confusion The site facilities are good but we found the restaurant/bar closed at 9.30 in the evening, which was a bit of a shock. Well placed for Quimper which is just a sort driver away which is full of restaurants and bars. If you turn right out of the site, go around the round about back on yourself up the hill and past the site entrance on your left, you have a Lidl supermarket about half way up the hill on your left. If you carry on up the hill and get in the left lane, then turn left, go to the round about and take the last turning down the hill, you have a massive carrefour which sells about everything you will need. You also have a lovely Patisserie at the top of the hill that sells all the usual fare, and does fantastic sandwiches and the bonus is, its open on a Sunday as all the supermarkets and shops are close, as we found when we arrived on a Sunday. All in all a good holiday apart from the rain which we had for 10 days on our 10 day holiday, was a bit like being at Glastonbury but without the music sometimes. We would recommend this site and location but more for a stop over rather than a long stay location. You must get out and about and see some of the villages which give you the chance to see the old France. Driving is easy and the roads are great and almost all duel carriageways, so don’t worry about driving if it’s your first time like us, it’s really is so easy, it’s not worth worrying about. My wife bought a sticker on the ferry that you put on your windscreen, it reminds you which side to drive on, and shows you which side to go around roundabouts and which side to give way to traffic, it’s a good bye as a reminder
Caravanner from Lancashire

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