L'Orangerie de Beauregard Villedomer (REF : L33)

Beauregard , 37110 Villedomer , France

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Ideal for ...

  • Cycling
  • Dogs
  • Families
  • Peaceful stays
  • Walking

Why stay here ...

Jane and Tim the British owners give a warm welcome at this friendly small site, set in a peaceful wooded environment on the St Jacques de Compostelle cycle route.

Try the delicious home cooked meals and the local wine in the courtyard restaurant, or an ice cream at the converted Orangerie pool bar.

Ideally situated for visiting the beautiful Chateaux of the UNESCO listed Loire Valley such as Chenonceau, Chambord and Chaumont.

Around and About

Amboise, Zoo, Aquarium, Chateaux

Things to do on site ...

  • Bike hire
  • Daytime entertainment (high season)
  • Evening entertainment (high season)
  • Fishing
  • Playground

Facilities on site ...

  • Bar
  • Barbecues allowed:: charcoal, gas, electric, barbecue zone
  • Disabled facilities -: excellent
  • Horseriding
  • Late arrivals area without electric hook-up
  • Motorhome service point
  • Restaurant
  • Shop
  • Swimming pool

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Latest arrival time - low: 10:00 PM

Latest arrival time - high: 10:00 PM

Earliest departure time - low: 8:00 AM

Earliest departure time - high: 8:00 AM

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From the A28 junction 28 take the D910 to Monnaie and on leaving the village  you turn off onto the C1 towards Reugny and  follow the blue Camping sign. After 500 yards take the first left direction Villedomer and this time following the blue Beauregard camping sign. Follow the road for 1km and turn left immediately after the railway crossing direction Villedomer and again the blue Beauregard camping sign. The site is 1km on the right before entering Villedomer.

Sites key: Overseas Site

Distance to Calais: (kms)
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GPS:
Lat 47.574634 / Lon 0.890208
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First visit to this New Campsite

As stated this brand new Castel site lives up to its reputaion. First class facilities based around chateau and grounds. Swimming pool restaurant and bar all lovely as are toilet blocks. Tim and Jane owners are hard working and hands on and deserve support. Camp site was starting to get busier early July and had lovely atmosphere. Restauerant menu limited but food and atmosphere excellent. No hesitation in recommending to others. Pitches are large and vary between shade and non shade so may be worth stating preference. Club allocation of pitches had been used up so we had to book direct and were in e mail contact with owners. Only slight hitch we had was that due to phone reception card payments were a bit hit and miss and we had to have several attempts at paying. Village is very nice and has good bakers Supermarket with butchers and a tabac and pharmacy. Wine tasting by owners is highly recommended. Andrew
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Excellent New Site

Opened in 2018, this is a fabulous site and one which we will use regularly in future. The previous reviewer has accurately described the layout and facilities and having eaten at the restaurant I can confirm the food is excellent. We arrived on a Monday so experienced the evening market on site which includes a pizza van, a mobile bar selling local wines and beers and a couple of other stalls selling local produce. Tables and chairs are provided so you can sit next to the market and eat/drink with fellow campers. A great way to meet people. The pitches are big and whilst there is shade around the edge of the pitching area, the central pitches are in full sun. Trees have been planted between pitches but it will be years before they provide shade. Although all the EHUs are new the polarity is reversed so take an adaptor if this is a problem for you. Access is relatively easy, just aim for Villedomer and then follow the blue signs from the village.
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A First Class Site with Excellent Facilities

Orangerie de Beauregarde is a new site which opened in May of this year. Much work has obviously been put into getting the site ready and it is without doubt one of the best sites we have ever stayed at. The site is situated within the grounds of a handsome French chateau. All of the facilities are housed in tastefully converted buildings around the chateau. The sanitary block is spotlessly clean with plenty of space and no queues in the morning! Other facilities include a restaurant (with delicious home-made food at a reasonable price), a coffee shop and bar, a large games room and even a chapel! There is a superb all-weather multisport court together with a boules court However, the pièce de la résistance has to be the magnificent swimming pool set in front of the converted orangery building. It even provides disabled access with a ramp running the whole length of the pool, enabling a wheel chair to be wheeled right into the water. It’s the kind of thoughtful detail that is reflected throughout the whole site. The pitches are large and most have their own water and electricity supply. There are shady pitches available around the borders of the main area and others where you can enjoy sun throughout the whole day. In addition to the provision for tents, caravans and motorhomes there are also glamping barrels and glamping cabins available for hire. There is an excellent children’s club on site with lots of activities for the children who were well catered for. There were activities for the adults as well including a small street market that visited and our particular favourite, a very entertaining wine and cheese evening! There are lots of walks about the park and we even managed to spot several deer. The area is great for cycling as and bikes are available for hire on site. There are many interesting places to visit within easy reach of the site, including some of the best chateaux on the Loire, including Chenonceau and Chambord. Other places well worth a visit include the wine caves of Vouvray, Tours, and Amboise with a visit to Clos Lucé, the final home of Leonardo da Vinci. This is not an all singing, all dancing site (which suits us well). Having said that there is plenty here for the whole family. The owners Tim and Jane together with their family are very welcoming and cannot do enough to make your stay a pleasant one. This was our first visit to Orangerie de Beauregarde and we enjoyed it so much we have already booked to return twice next year, which we are eagerly looking forward to.
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