La Clusure (REF : H09)

Chemin de la Clusure 30, Bure (Tellin), 6927, Belgium

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Ideal for ...

  • Active stays
  • Cycling
  • Dogs
  • Families
  • Motorhomes
  • Walking

Why stay here ...

Situated in lush countryside on the banks of the river L’Homme, this friendly site features amenities and social areas conveniently dotted among the large grassy pitches. The onsite shop offers fresh bread daily, while the bar, which overlooks the heated pool, serves fine Belgian beer. Guests can stroll along the banks of the adjacent river, or enjoy a swim in the shallow water during summer.

In addition to hiking, cycling and on site activities such as archery, there’s no shortage of day trips locally. The nearby Grottes de Han on the outskirts of the village of Han-sur-Lesse are a fine example of underground limestone erosion. For an experience that is out of this world, take a ride on a space flight and micro-gravity simulator at the Euro Space Centre near Redu, a museum devoted to space science and astronautics.

Around & About

Euro Space Centre, Achouffe Brewery, Walibi Amusement Park,  Bouillon Animal & Adventure Park, Caves of Han, Castle of Lavaux-Saine-Anne, Topiary Park, Wildlife Park, Hotton Caves, Rail Bike, Horse riding, Golf

Things to do on site ...

  • Bike hire
  • Daytime entertainment (high season)
  • Evening entertainment (high season)
  • Fishing
  • Games room
  • Paddling pool
  • Playground
  • Tennis

Facilities on site ...

  • Additional facilities
  • Bar
  • Barbecues allowed:: charcoal, gas, electric
  • Car hire
  • Disabled facilities -: good
  • Late arrivals area without electric hook-up
  • Motorhome service point
  • Restaurant
  • Shop
  • Swimming pool
  • Takeaway
  • TV room
  • Wi-Fi

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Latest arrival time - low: 10:00 PM

Latest arrival time - high: 10:00 PM

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Directions

Travelling south on the E411/A4 take exit 23a (Tellin/Transinne) onto the N899 keep left and continue towards Tellin. Pass through Tellin and Bure. At the roundabout (1.3km after Bure) to straight over and follow yellow signs to the site which will be on the right. Travelling North on the E411/A4 take exit 24 (Tellin/Libin) then take the N899 towards Rochefort/Tellin and follow as above.

Sites key: Overseas Site

Postcode:
6927
Region:
Belgium
Distance to Calais: (kms)
329
GPS:
Lat 50.096806 / Lon 5.285619
Michelin map no.
534

Transport links

  • Buses go to: Namur, Luxembourg
  • Daily public transport within 2 kms
  • Nearest port: Zeebrugge (246 kms)

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A fabulous out of season get away!

We stayed at La Clusure camp site in March 2019 for 5 nights. It was a great base to explore this corner of Belgium, the Ardennes & WW2 museums and Battle of the Bulge locations. The camp site is predominantly used by the Dutch, all very friendly, but can be a little noisy ( but please don’t let this put you off). We stayed early in the season and did not experience any noise problems at all. Staff were extremely welcoming & friendly. Shop & restaurant/bar only open during high season, but we didn’t miss these amenities. Well maintained facilities and heated shower block. Ask for 16 amps electric hook up on arrival to avoid any electrical problems. We found this to be a perfect base to visit the Ardennes, Bastogne etc. Just to note, some museums/attractions don’t open until April, so just plan ahead to check what is open before you travel. Highly recommended for out of season visit!
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Probably the noisiest site I have ever been to!

Stayed here for a week in August - first thing to understand is that this site is 99.9% Dutch, all the staff are Dutch and all the entertainment is Dutch. The Dutch are probably the loudest nationality I have ever come across and allow their children to run feral throughout the site until well past midnight. So don't come here if you're after peace and quiet! We ended up moving pitches down to the bottom of the site to find some quiet and once we had done that it was OKish. The issue with everything being Dutch is that all of the entertainment is in Dutch and all of the activities are conducted in Dutch which makes them pretty much inaccessible to British children. Location wise it is quite an interesting area with some walking but finding out about routes is quite difficult, the staff don't really know much about the local walks as I don't think the Dutch really do much walking - so do your research before you arrive. Similarly research any tourist information before you arrive as there isn't much available on site, eg. there is an Ardennes open air museum just 2 miles from the site but no mention of it at all in the site information.

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Lovlely Site

what a lovely site, we have just stayed for four nights stop over may 2019 on our way to Switzerland the site is peaceful and quiet at this time of year, In high season it could be Biscay at times I would imagine, but very peaceful at the time of year. the toilets and showers spotless and washing areas clean and tidy, the restaurant and bar area looked nice but we did not use it, spoken to someone camped at the side of us said it was a very nice meal in the restaurant. it only opens a few time to the end of the week the staff was helpful and friendly, there is a walk around the site along the rive that runs past lots of bird life and woodland surroundings, the site. as a main train line that runs past the site but that did not bother us, the site is a bit out of the way but you can still get around in the car if need to, the only thing it as not got is a swimming pool, if you have children that might be a problem for soon family's got a play areas for the children and a American style dinner on site called doggie dinner when open you can get food from it if you like to, we would come back to this site at some point what a lovely welcoming site if you need it peaceful come in may and June probably not so Biscay then.
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A Gem

Stopped here for two nights early in May 2017 on our way to Italy, and found the place charming. The staff were so friendly, with excellent english. The facilities were beautifully modern and clean. The shop was a bonus as there didn't appear to be any other in the vicinity (quite a drive to the closest supermarket), and the restaurant and bar were excellent with good choice of meals. Not a bad word to say about the site - in fact booked again to stay on our return journey.
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Fun to be had but noisy

Firstly the review by BARHAMS does not relate to this site - I think a mistake was made there. We stayed at Parc la Clusure for five nights in August. This is a large site which is very busy at the height of summer. The guests were overwhelmingly Dutch and everything is very much set up for Dutch speakers which we are not. The staff were helpful and friendly though and did speak English. The site and facilities were clean and tidy. The little shop is useful. The site seems very popular with Dutch families with children of all ages including teenagers, as well as couples and there was entertainment every evening which was popular. The pool is small and with the number of people of all ages trying to swim, it was not much fun. The downside for us was the noise. The evening entertainment was extremely loud and went on to around 11pm every evening. We did enjoy the band that played one evening but other than that it was not really for us, and was all in Dutch eg the bingo. The other source of noise was the trains. The track runs immediately adjacent to the entire length of the site. The trains run from early in the morning to late at night. At first we thought they would be OK, but combined with noise of the evening entertainment, it was too much for us. Having said all that, once the entertainment and trains had stopped for the night it was very quite. Because of the noise we would not return to this site.
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