Le Domaine de L'Etang

Route de St. Mathurin, Brissac-Quince, 49320, France

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Ideal for ...

  • Cycling
  • Dogs
  • Families
  • Walking

Why stay here ...

Nestled in the heart of the Angers wine-growing region, this small, countryside site is ideally located for an active yet relaxing holiday. You'll receive a cheery welcome upon arrival and find pitches large and sunny with good access.

Take the  bus into Angers or Doue de la Fontaine from the bus stop only 20 mins walk from the campsite, ask at the customer friendly reception for a lift if you have difficulty walking and also don’t forget the map of Angers with the car park that accepts Motorhomes if you need it.

The on-site lake is perfect for fishing and the site has its own vineyard and produces its own wine. The adjacent Parc de Loisirs offers a variety of activities for children, including boating, miniature train rides and pony rides.

There’s lots to do around and about including visits to lively Angers with its lovely old town and thriving café culture, château and riverside walks. A 20 minute walk takes you to Brissac with its market, restaurants and shops. The Châteaux de Brissac can be explored on a guided tour which offers access to some of its 200 rooms.

Visit the second biggest Zoo in France at Doué la Fontaine, only 20 minutes’ drive from the campsite and a fantastic day out for all ages.

Around and About

Brissac, Angers, Saumur, Tours, Abbaye de Fontevraud, The Troglodytes, Equestrian centre, Canoeing, Vineyards, Cycle routes, Châteaux, Walking trails, Pedalo hire, Markets.

Things to do on site ...

  • Daytime entertainment (high season)
  • Evening entertainment (all season)
  • Fishing
  • Games room
  • Paddling pool
  • Playground

Facilities on site ...

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

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Is there a set arrival day? No

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Heading north along the D748 follow the signs for Mûrs Erigné. After 4km leave the D748, take the exit for D55, Brissac-Quincé, St Mathurin. Follow the slip road 200m. At the junction turn left following the signs for St Mathurin. Follow the D55 for 1km the sign for the campsite will be on the right,turn into Clos des Moulins de l'Eta (road straight after the campsite sign) Continue on road for 2.5km. At the end of the road there is a car park and reception for Camping l'Etang.

Heading south on the D748 look for signs for Chateau de Brissac and there will be a camp site sign. Leave the D748 after 50m following the signs for D55 and Brissac-Quincé. At the junction turn left on to Saint Anne and continue for 200m, The road will then change to Babut, after 100m the road will change again to Rue de Verdun. After 500m you will reach a junction with a stop sign, turn left into rue du Manéchal Joffre. Follow the signs for St Mathurin, St Saturnin, Parc de Loisirs de L'Etang for 1km. Follow rue du Manéchal Joffre this will change to Route de Sainte Marthurin. Continue on this road for 6km, sign for the campsite will be on the right. Turn into Clos des Moulins de l'Eta (road straight after campsite sign) Continue on road for 2.5km. At the end of the road there is a car park and reception for Camping L'Etang.

Sites key: Overseas Site

Postcode:
49320
Region:
Pays de la Loire
Distance to Calais: (kms)
332
GPS:
Lat 47.35925 / Lon -0.43433
Michelin map no.
317

Transport links

  • Buses go to: Angers
  • Daily public transport within 2 kms
  • Nearest port: St Malo (139 kms)

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Spacious pitches and peaceful site

Le Domaine de L'Etang
Very green and spacious pitches for a restful stay with delightful staff. Convenient to walk along the small river into Brissac where there is a market on Thursdays and is a lovely little town with cafes and restaurants. Excellent warm pool. Note dogs are not allowed in most Loire chateau as we found with our dog! Angers is a very interesting city to visit with free secure van parking right on the edge of the city. Had to give family review to complete this review but we didn't have any with us!

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Le Domaine de L'Etang
Stayed here for 4 nights in May. Very helpful staff who couldn’t do enough for you. Excellent day in town Brissac just a 20 minute walk away on market day Thursday. Angers for a day trip, lovely city well worth visiting and a locked car park just for motorvans and coaches on the edge of town. Huge pitches fully serviced with excellent shade and loads of choice ( yes this is mid May). Almost deserted heated swimming pools. Very attractive grounds with a free fishing lake if that’s your thing. Can’t believe this place and all for £17 a night. They also support local disabled people with work which is nice to see. Restaurant and bar not open when we attended not sure why.

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Le Domaine de L'Etang
We stayed here last June and really enjoyed it so we decided to book again in the hope that it was still as good 14 months on. The staff were very efficient and made us feel very welcome. The pitches are spacious and we had one well away from the lake which helped reduce the number of mozzies. We were looking to relax for the week and hoped to do a vineyard tour when the grapes were ripe. We booked onto a tour which also included wine tasting - and it was very informative (do not do it if you have mobility issues as it is across quite a few vineyards). We also recommend a visit to Anger and its Chateau. This is a great day out and the Chateau is not expensive. we hoped that the site would be as good as it was previously and we were not disappointed. We enjoyed our visit and found the staff to be very friendly and we also felt that the company ethos was commendable.

Sam and Daff

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Reviewed on 23/09/2019 20:35

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Le Domaine de L'Etang
We stopped of for 4 nights on the way up to Caen but wished we'd been able to stay longer. Good points: The site was very attractive with a fishing lake and stream running through it had a really relaxed feel to it, being really well laid out in little areas so that it didn't feel too expansive. There was a scenic walk along the stream into the nearby town of Brissac and the other way away from the town (although we didn't explore this). Staff were helpful and friendly. The restaurant was well run with excellent food and friendly staff. Pools were clean and attractive to sit by- not too busy either. Pitches were very private with hedging and the washrooms were very clean. Close to nearby towns. Bad points: Not much! But the closest village did not have much in it (bar/restaurants etc.) so book if you are aiming to eat out!

aljobson

Reviewed on 25/08/2019 22:14

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Le Domaine de L'Etang
Having stayed in the Loire valley twice before, we were hopeful of a further good experience ... but alas, we arrived for our three night stay later in July only to find we were allocated a pitch amongst the overnight stayers and surrounded by young families - many with babies! When asked about their pitch allocation policy, this was apparently not done deliberately - yes well my name might as well be Mickey Mouse! We were in the second rank of pitches very close to the childrens' play area; swimming pool complex and reception / main entrance in and out and we had a general footpath next to our pitch .... so very little privacy either then and there were large numbers of equivalent pitches standing empty further back in the site. The shower & loo facilities were okay and the pool complex also looked very good. The shop; bar and restaurant were staffed by some very hard working staff who were also very courteous but, our overall feeling was of needing some serious peace and quiet - meaning this was not a good experience for us. Consequently, we will probably not return!!!

YoungSpud

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Reviewed on 03/08/2018 18:47

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