Le Clos Cacheleux (REF : P12)

12 Route de Bouillancourt sous Miannay, 80132, France

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Ideal for ...

  • Dogs
  • Peaceful stays

Why stay here ...

Popular as a stopover on the way to or from the ports, this small site merits a longer stay, being quiet, laid back and within easy reach of some of the Somme’s main attractions. With large, level pitches set on grass and clean, well-maintained facilities, it offers plenty for both couples and young families.

Facilities such as pool, bar, restaurant and takeaway are located at the sister site – le Val de Trie – 500m away. Although there is no shop or bar, bread and croissants can be delivered to your pitch during high season. Children will enjoy meeting the hens, goats and rabbits on the mini farm.

The site is 11km from the beautiful Baie de Somme, which has lovely sandy beaches. Saint-Valery-sur-Somme is a pretty medieval city where boat trips can be taken, while those wishing to go further afield can explore Amiens with its impressive Gothic cathedral and World War I memorials.

Around and About

Abbeville, Château Royal d’Eu, Abbaye de Valloires, Saint Valéry, Amiens, Dieppe, Calais, Bay of the Somme, Golf, Cycling, Hiking, Horse riding, Bird watching.

Things to do on site ...

  • Bike hire
  • Daytime entertainment (high season)
  • Evening entertainment (high season)
  • Games room
  • Paddling pool
  • Play area

Facilities on site ...

  • Additional facilities
  • Bar
  • Barbecues allowed:: charcoal, gas
  • Disabled facilities -: average
  • Horseriding
  • Late arrivals area with electric hook-up
  • Late arrivals area without electric hook-up
  • Motorhome service point
  • Restaurant
  • Sauna
  • Shop
  • Spa
  • Swimming pool
  • Takeaway
  • TV room
  • Wi-Fi
  • Wi-Fi availability: bar

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Exit the A28 at junction 2 on to the D925 signed Cambron. Take the D925 to Miannay and from there take the D86 signed Bouillancourt. Site is situated on the right hand side in Boulliancourt. Val de Trie is a sister campsite of Cacheleux and is on the opposite side of the road, Val de Trie is signposted from the A28.

Sites key: Overseas Site

Postcode:
80132
Region:
Picardy and Ile de France
Department:
Somme
Distance to Calais: (kms)
127
GPS:
Lat 50.08641 / Lon 1.71565
Michelin map no.
301

Transport links

  • Buses go to: Abbeville / Le Treport
  • Daily public transport within 2 kms
  • Nearest port: Dieppe (57 kms)

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Hugely disappointing

We stopped over 1 night on the way down in early August and 2 nights in early September on the way back. Unfortunately it was hugely disappointing and not the sort of site we are used to booking through the Club. On the plus side the pitches are large and each has its own water tap, but they are rather sloping. Several of the pitches were occupied with what were generally quite old and seemingly permanent caravans. The facilities were functional and reasonably clean, but not well let on the darker September evenings. The bar and brasserie were across the road on the sister site and we had a pleasant drink and meal there on our August stopover, but the brasserie was understandably closed in low season. There was a slightly uncomfortable feeling on the site with young men in cars backwards and forwards past our caravan on a regular basis. The Club really should review whether this is the sort of site it wishes to offer members.
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Not what it was

This time last year we had written a review stating their pitches were some of the best in France. This year..what on earth has happened. The Caravan Club need to look into this site. It was terrible. We booked as usual a large SP. We found none of the SP had water and only a few had power. All of these pitches are having gites put on them. The soil had been dug up to plant electric cables and services for the gites. We had a mechanical issue with our motorhome which meant we needed to use site facilities, not something we ever usually do. They were terrible. No lights functioning. Cold water only and not very clean at all. This was a great site to finish up at on the way hiome to the UK. Close to the vets at Abbeville for us. We will NEVER use this site again.
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Sadly probably the poorest site ive been on in 30 years.this place needs a serious looking into by the club.It letting the club down

From the main road is about 1 mile of single track road.The entrance is thru a farmers yard and up a very steep stone trackway to the site.There is a hut which is over grown so you will probably miss the reception.So you given a site map and told of the area you can pitch up.So down another stoney track to the pitches.then its like a free for all in amongst the yurts teepee's and log cabins.95% of the pitches where occupied by what would seem long stayer/residential caravans and shed and trailers.So we found a vacant pitch.pull on with our moho.got out and the complete area was full of holes approx 1" round.after approx 10 min we had to move as the moho was sinking due to all the hole,Not sure what they were .maybe snakes or wasps,but we where told by the ,what seems a 1 man band receptionist they were from wood mice.they where literally everywhere.so we moved to another pitch that was better but was about knee deep in weeds and grass.(was told by the 1 and only staff member we could see,he said it was to preserve natural bio area) So we moved again ,as it was sinking again but after about 1 hour.after. so we went and asked the 1 man staff if you could have a hard standing.he allowed us but only after about 20 mins of a discusions.little did we know but on the other side of the fence was the childs play area.Great if you like the kids playing on squeeky swings and trampolines until 2am under torch light. second day we where glad to leave after a lady from another van came over and started shouting at us for not putting our rubbish in the correct area.LOL we hadnt put any rubbish out yet. No marking on the toilets for men or ladies.just another free for all. footpath too the toilets where mud and raised manhole ,so not recommended in the unlit site at night. We did how ever walk down the steep stone track to the SISTER site. Pool not open even in 35 degree and end of july. We walked around the site and not a blade of grass due to its full enclosed by tall forest trees. and the amound of children running around the static and log cabins. Out of our 3 days booked we left after the first night.Oh and it didnt feel safe as on the 1 and only night we stayed we had out table stolen from out the moho.only to find it further on the site in a longstayers awning.reported to reception but fell on deaf ears. Come on caravan club look at this site.upon arrival it has more leaflets out side for caravan and camping club and other organisations, this site is a disgrace to the club. May i add that of the area allowed for touring all the pitches are not level but on what could be described as a humbug shape.there are leveller pitches at the top of the site but British are not allowed.bit of a joking site that need attention Others have given a better review,but i dont want to stay on the sites they have stayed on,if they give this a good review CAMC .I have a load of picture if you want to see them

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Best pitches in France

We stop at Le Clos Cacheleux on our way back to the UK. It is close by to Abbeville where we get our dog sorted for home plus close to St Valery for the best Moules in Northern France 🇫🇷. It's just less than an hour to the Eurotunnel. The SP pitches are massive, flat and always have lush grass. Totally beautiful and so well looked after. Lots to do in the area to either start or finish your holiday. Lots of power and water. Very clean. Fully recommended. Thank you to the staff once again at Le Clos Cacheleux.
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What a lovely site.

This is a beautiful peaceful site with huge pitches. Suitable for couples as well as families. We loved the petting animals in the field next to the site, goats, sheep, donkeys and cows. It was lovely to see children feeding the animals and enjoying them. We stayed here overnight on our way to Normandy and were so impressed we booked to stay on the way back. We will definitely go again next year for a longer stay. We had beautiful freshly baked bread and croissants delivered to our caravan at 08.30 in the morning, fantastic. The site is a bio diversity site and very natural. The immediate surroundings are beautiful, the mature trees and undulating countryside. The pitch we had was huge and we were surrouinded by nature, green woodpeckers, squirrels and at night the sound of owls hunting. The staff were friendly and very helpful and the site is what it says on the tin. My wife and I loved and we can't recommend it highly enough.
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