We chose to stay here for one night only after getting off the ferry at Roscoff. On hindsight, it wasn't a great decision.
The site was very tired and in need of modernising more than a little. Located in a very pretty and peaceful location, it suited us perfectly as a spot to chill out for an afternoon and evening prior to a drive to the Vendee but it was €17 for the night which is expensive for a site with basic facilities which appeared to have been installed in 1971!
We stayed on the last evening of ownership of the then British owners so it is possible that the new French owners may update the facilities or alter the camping fees.
In short, clean, convenient and pretty but expensive at €17/night for very outdated facilities.
We are wrincklies and have not 'camped' for over thirty years. Firstly, make sure you have the fullest address or it could be difficult to find, even with SatNav! Kerjean does not help, there are dozens of them! Because we had all facilities within the static, we did not make use of the shower/toilet block, but it seemed to be serviced daily. Wi-fi is tortuous, but available near the entrance. We chose it because it did not seem to have facilities to attract families. Essentially it was quiet and the pitches were divided into groups between hedges with some shelter from trees and wind. It is a 'no-frills' site that suited us and seemed cared-for. The nearest beach is wonderful and the area is similar to Cornwall with a French accent! I think the 'static' was a lot older than nine years, but it was in good order and the staff would address any problems quickly.
I have visited this site for the past six years and am increasingly impressed by the owner's attention to detail. It is peaceful and ideally situated for those who wish to be away from the 'tourist' spots but at the same time have good road links to some of the most spectacular scenery Brittany has to offer. Within a mile there is an excellent supermarket, the beaches and coves are too numerous to mention and are pristinely clean. Sue and Ivor Josham are a delightful couple who have worked incredibly hard to provide all you could wish for, from clean and functional toilet blocks, washing facilities, etc. We have always stayed in a static caravan, where every conceivable attention to comfort is given. There are touring vans, motorcaravans, tents, and as an addition, many campersn are regulars from all parts of northern France, a true testament to the attractiveness of the site, the grounds are attractive and well kept , lots of flowers and trees, and the most amazing peace and tranquillity, punctuated by birdsong and the scent of honeysuckle.Can't wait for our next visit!
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