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Message posted by campingmonpazier on 08/5/2014 at 1:23pm
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We offer Indoor and Outdoor Storage in the Dordogne, and we will have a campsite up and running soon.
Please see our websites for more info. Thanks.

www.campingmonpazier.com
www.dordognestoragesolutions.com


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Message posted by Kelper on 09/5/2014 at 11:57am
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Bit pricey ... more than double what I pay for indoor storage in France.

Message posted by Old Bean on 09/5/2014 at 1:16pm
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We pay 200 for our indoor storage. At the moment this is 244 euros. Nice area, though, and some may prefer area over price especially if the owner's campsite is a nice one. I see there are no current tariffs on there, which I think is a mistake as people will take this into the equation when thinking of storing.

If the campsite fees are only 10 euros a night for pitch and hook-up then this might be worthwhile!

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We pay 185 euros ... and it's an hour from the ferry ... so allows us to go in any which way direction.

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