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.

Although there is no shop or bar, bread and croissants can be delivered to your pitch during high season and the sister site – le Val de Trie – is 500m away and has provisions. Children will enjoy meeting the hens, goats and rabbits on the mini farm, and the small fishing pond mean this is a fisherman's paradise. 

The site is 11km from the beautiful Baie de Somme, which has lovely sandy beaches. Le Crotoy is a pretty fishing village where boat trips and steam train rides 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)
  • Fishing
  • Games room
  • Paddling pool
  • Play area

Facilities on site ...

  • Bar
  • Barbecues allowed:: charcoal, gas
  • Disabled facilities -: average
  • 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, restaurant

Prices

Pitches

Pitch size (m2) Pitch surface Electricity Electricity amperage Water Water shared Drainage Drainage shared Other services on pitch Separated by
Special pitch - SP 200 grass

Yes

10

Yes

Yes

hedges, trees
Large pitch - LP 200 grass

Yes

10

Yes

hedges, trees

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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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Poor campsite

Really didn't like this site at all - unkempt farmyard entrance, huge pitches but very lumpy and overgrown. Very hard to find where the services were on each pitch. Signs up on several pitches saying that, for biodiversity reasons, the grass had been left to grow long but it gave us the distinct impression that it was to save on maintenance. Had a general feeling that he site wasn't cared for. Toilet/shower facilities (mixed) reeked of a stale/sour water odour. Birds were flying around the building rafters and as a result there were bird droppings over the floor - yuck. For once I showered in our motorhome! Definitely will not be back.
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Excellent site for stopping over en route to Calais

We stayed for a couple of nights on our way to Calais after almost five weeks in France. The site exceeded our expectations. The fully serviced pitches were large enough for two caravans and were separated by hedging to provide privacy. There is an associated site within a short walking distance with additional facilities including a bar and swimming pool, but we didn't have time to visit this. The staff were more than helpful, especially as we arrived at 6.30 pm, just as the reception was due to close. We cannot comment on the toilet and shower facilities, however, as we use our own, but for us the site was perfect and we wished we had been able to stay longer to explore the area. Perhaps next time? :-)

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First class as usual

We always stop here reroute home from our annual French tour. We have our dog checked out in abbeville. The guys at the site will arrange this for you. They have completed a lot of work here over the year. New large flat pitches as well as a new services block and sauner room. Full service pitches are very good. Always very quiet. Lots of grass. St valery a few minutes uses drive down the road. Thanks to all staff once again. First class guys.
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Poor Caampsite

Just returned from a 7 night stay here,it was 7 But we moved back to Du Gandspete. First complaint NO hot water in showers for a day and a half. Shower toilet block no lighting at night. Disabled toilets locked for most of our stay but never any hot water at anytime. Visited the adjacent site which is part of the site. If you want a drink or snack after 8.30pm tough,it closes. No waste water points on the pitches we were on so we copied the other campers,ie:chucked it in the hedge. Must not forget the JCB tearing about the site doing work for the new spa. Stayed from the 11th to 15th June 2017. Called the club and they will look into it. Almost forgot long grass weeds,however there are signs saying we cut every 10 days,and our pitch was cut on our fourth day. Would we go back there? NO.

Campsite’s Reply:

I sorry to read the comments and would like to address your concerns. 

We passed our 4 stars in May 2017.

The showers are controled all at 9h every morning. If one dont work, my staff manage the problem.

We cut the grass every 10 days but some times when we work campers ask to not cut their pitch...

The snack is open as indicated on our website and in the notice from 18h to 20.30

For the Disabled toilets, we give the key at the reception when people ask for it because otherwise everybody use it.

We finish the spa in may because we open it at this time...  So the jcb ,as mentioned, is used to bring the trash and some works in the camping like cut the hedges in June.

Receive my apologies. 

Best regards

Camping Le Clos Cacheleux

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Visited this site again

Visited this site quite a few times over the years and it never disappoints. Rural location which means use the how to get here information otherwise you could end up cruising the very narrow French roads in panic mode - however sister site is well signposted so if in doubt follow signs to that. Approach road is through a farmstead and up a fairly steep but not busy gravel 'road'. Reception is easy to spot and staff are very helpful and friendly - English is spoken very well. Pitches on site are of the sloping variety so make sure you have ramps for a level nights sleep. Toilets are always clean and not too far from any touring pitch and paper is provided - always a bonus in France! Road noise is as good as non-existant. Bread etc can be ordered for breakfast from reception if you wish. There are some seasonal pitches with caravans and sheds etc set up for the season - not a problem for us but bear in mind during the midweek it can give the impression of a ghost town which in our opinion is better than a noisy busy site. If you yearn for a relaxing site, nice and quiet with huge pitches then this is for you. If you want entertainment, take-always, 'club house' etc etc than you will not enjoy. For us, a great quiet spacious rural site in a good location for stop-overs. Really enjoy pitching up, getting out chairs, opening wine and reading a book in peace, quiet and (usually) sunshine. Enough said.

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