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Rated 3 of 5

Good for families

Still Little Britain

Good area for exploring local chateaux, cycling etc, loads to see. You need to take your own bikes as nowhere nearby to hire them. Reception were always busy, but tried their best .Lovely boulangerie in the village within a couple of minutes' walk, plus other little shops, bars, cafes etc. Good Sunday market, and 2nd Sunday of the month there is a large flea market in Montsereau. It was very hot in June when we were there, so couldn't do much sightseeing beyond midday. As per a previous review, there was a high proportion of British 'vans here, including a specialist caravan rally. Depends on whether or not that would bother you. There were issues with unreliable electricity supply voltage when people started to cook in the evenings and then switch on their Air Con. People around us were having to reset their power at the posts. Don't try to use domestic-style appliances, and electric bbqs are banned. We had a private sanitaire, which meant a bigger pitch and no queueing. Be prepared to clean it yourself at the end of stay - otherwise it's 70 euros. One thing we liked was that the site enforced the 'no arrivals before 1400' rule so you all got a bit of peace and quiet. There is very little off-road waiting area, so usually a queue at 1400, but if you have booked then you'll be OK as the site was full every day we were there. Someone else has mentioned the enclosed steel bridge just west of Montsereau - do not let your sat nav take you that way!

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