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Camping Du Lac De La Liez
Rue Des Voiliers
Langres
Champagne Ardenne   (Browse area)
52200   See Map                                 Share Google Plus  Tweet This!  Share on Facebook
Tel: 00 33 0325 902779

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Pitches: 166
Open: April To October

Rating: Average Review Score: 8/10 from 30 Reviews
              8/10 from 30 Reviews


Units accepted:    Tents  Caravans  Motorhomes 

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Reviews:  30 in total, now showing 1 to 6                 Previous 6          Next 6
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Date of Visit: June 2014 Unit:  Motorhome Rating:
Reviewer: Lesliehs 7 reviews from this member

We used this site as it was near to the lake and also the walled town of Langres, and it lived up to expectations. The pitches are tiered so most will have a view over to the lake, and we certainly had a view to enjoy. Because of the tiering I would say be careful if you have children as the edges has sharp drops. The walk to the lake is quite steep and apart from a few restaurants it is quiet by the lake. The beach is gravely sand but clean and the water was clean. You can easily cycle around the lake, or part of it if not too energetic. Lots of mice shade. The site itself was clean and tidy and the toilet facilities very good. Two pools inside and outside, to be honest the temperature was pretty much the same for both, bracing! We tried the restaurant but while the food was tasty it was a bit pricey and not much of it. The staff were, well a little bit rude to be honest, they did what they had too and not much more. English was spoken but they preferred French it seemed. We stayed 4 nights and then went in to the town where we could have stayed at the Aire but after taking the petit train and walking to see the sites we moved on to our next stop.

Date of Visit: May 2014 Unit:  Motorhome Rating:
Reviewer: Sparkymik 8 reviews from this member

OK, five nights on site lovely area and lovely site from the off the feeling was good pick the site you like the most and set up, most have a view of the lake fully serviced pitches as well a tented area in a field above the MoHO pitches. The restaurant was excellent the food and wine very good, however the take away chicken was not very hot and tough. The chips mushy and cold so not recommended by this user, the site is high up and a bike ride down to lake level was a piece of cake, on the return not so take this into account when setting off on your cycle, nice little Auberge and bars down at the lake and a bike/walk way to the town of Langres which is worth a visit. (we actually moved to the town for a few days before setting off to our next site and found the campsite there very good and inside the town fortifications) This site is well maintained and clean staff excellent the little shop had French bread fresh baked at the shop every day and other sundry useful items toilets, very clean and supplied with toilet paper showers could be hotter not a big prob in hotter weather but it was not always sunny during our stay and a coolish shower was not very welcome The pools were excellent the games room was not open at our time of staying but looked up to their standard

Date of Visit: August 2013 Unit:  Tent Rating:
Reviewer: SJF1503 10 reviews from this member

A beautiful spot but had that end of season uncared for feel. We were initially sent to a tiny pitch that was crammed in amongst 4-5 others. Disappointing for a 4* site we thought especially as we had booked well in advance. There was no problem when we asked to move and we found a much more suitable spot and could even see a bit of the lake. Outdoor pool though pretty view was as last time we visited very cold. The nearest toilet block was most odd. Urinal on view as you approached and only 3 unisex loos. Not cleaned that regularly either. The showers were excellent having sinks hair drier etc but oddly no cubicles with just a sink and mirror. Washing up facilities excellent and water very hot. Try the cycle rout round the lake at your peril. Excellent till you reach the 3k of rocks to scramble over clearly a work in progress.

Date of Visit: August 2013 Unit:  Motorhome Rating:
Reviewer: Fabby 1 review from this member

We stayed here for three nights in August 2013. Facilities are excellent, shop, restaurant, bar/brasserie, pool. Pitches vary in size, we had a huge one but many are sloping and those with a view of the lake tend to be quite small. The site is in a beautiful spot, on the lake with many water sports available. There was a plentiful supply of hot water and the showers worked well.

Unfortunately, unlike another site in the same group, this one gave an air of being uncared for. Rather scruffy overall and there seemed to be a lack of staff. The Bar/Brasserie did not open until 3 in the afternoon (the info said 2pm). No morning drinks, no lunches, no coffee before 3. Very hard to understand.

Just about 4 star but could/should be better.

Date of Visit: July 2013 Unit:  Campervan Rating:
Reviewer: Snowyvan 5 reviews from this member

This site has stunning views of the lake from the terrace & outside pool. Very few pitches have views of lake. It's a short walk down to the lake where's there's a sailing club & people fishing.

As mentioned previously the pitches are very small. It was wet when we arrived & most people had great difficulty in getting onto the pitches. Many of the the big motorhomes struggled to fit onto the space provided, as did the larger caravans. Watching a couple in their brand new motorhome having to be towed off a pitch (that they couldn't fit onto) & hitting a tree on the way to another pitch made me feel very sorry for them. We refused to take our allocated pitch as it was all mud & uneven, we also refused the 2nd option as our elevating roof hit the tree above, so we told them where we wanted to go and that was fine. It's an expensive site because of the 2 pools, restaurant, bar etc, but more attention should be paid to the size & condition of the pitches, which is where you spend most of your time.

Date of Visit: May 2013 Unit:  Touring Caravan Rating:
Reviewer: John Howard 2 reviews from this member

We visited this site as it was the closest site to Besancon recommended by the Caravan Club that would take two dogs. It had been raining heavily and some of the pitches were boggy and we were put in a very small pitch with a partial view of the lake. It was essential to use our mover due to limited access and we were glad our caravan is only 5 metres. Any longer and we would have had a problem. We visited Besancon but wish we hadn't as it is a building site at the moment and not worth the 90km drive. Langres however, the local town is very nice and is an interesting walled town with wonderful views.

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