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Visitor Reviews - Camping Le Capeyrou

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Camping Le Capeyrou
Le Capeyrou
Beynac Et Cazenac
Aquitaine   (Browse area)
24220   See Map                                 Share Google Plus  Tweet This!  Share on Facebook
Tel: 00 33 5 53 29 54 95

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Pitches: 120
Open: April To 30 September

Rating: Average Review Score: 9/10 from 35 Reviews
              9/10 from 35 Reviews

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Date of Visit: July 2015 Unit:  Tent Rating:
Reviewer: Jenh 9 reviews from this member

Such a lovely site ! The view is truly wonderful. The site is green and leafy, huge pitches and well kept. The owners are friendly and quick to sort out any problems ( the dryer stopped working !) Toilets are kept very clean - there always seems to be someone cleaning them. Pool is lovely, could do with more umbrellas for shade. Shops over the road are great, good butcher and patisserie. Food take away vans visit most nights, we only tried one - fine. Local restaurants are good and a few to choose from. There is a playing field with football goals and a small park area. All in all, a great site.

Date of Visit: September 2014 Unit:  Motorhome Rating:
Reviewer: Sat Nav Sal 1 review from this member

An absolutely fantastic site in a prime location, as all the other reviews say - spotlessly clean, spacious pitches, fantastic pool with views of the castle while sunbathing & very convenient for lots of attractions, Domme market on Thursday morning, The Marqueyssac Gardens, hire a canoe to paddle down the Dordogne - all are a must! Highly reccommended book with confidence you will not be dissapointed.

Date of Visit: September 2014 Unit:  Campervan Rating:
Reviewer: Romanyjones 4 reviews from this member

The site is in a great location

The pitches are a good size with hedging around

Owners helpful and friendly

Clean toilet and showers

Wonderful views of the castle or river

Choice of pitches

Dishwasihing and laundry facilities clean at all times

Reasonable charges for pitches

Many long stayers

Would recommend to anyone looking for a quiet interesting and peaceful location

Nothing to dislike about the site at all

Date of Visit: July 2014 Unit:  Campervan Rating:
Reviewer: Cleagarr 9 reviews from this member

This was our second year on this site and it is really is perfect for us.

With mum and dad and three kids (7, 5 and 3) the site has just enough facilities (play area, table tennis and pool) to keep us all occupied and is within easy reach of some amazing attractions - we love the caves and castles!The river is a stones throw away from the site where you can hire kayaks etc. You can also bring your own boat and get straight onto the river.

With the small shop, bakery and butcher just over the road you could stay on site forever if you liked. The small town is a short walk away along a narrow pavement of a busy road - the shops are touristy but have extras like swimming costumes etc for those that leave theirs at home!

The toilet/showers are immaculate and the bar serves some decent beer and there was some good folky music on one night. I would avoid the takeaway van in future - long wait for food, expensive and not overly hygienic.

Although busy the site is relaxed with a good mix of french, Dutch and British visitors. My only slight criticism is that there could be a few more parasols around the pool as when the sun shines it can be very strong.

We have been to a lot of sites in France and this is the one we return to every year as our 'switch off' before moving on to explore different areas of France. Thoroughly recommended.

Date of Visit: June 2014 Unit:  Touring Caravan Rating:
Reviewer: Lincolnimps 2 reviews from this member

This site really ticks all the boxes, whoever you are!(we are a retired couple). Such easy access straight from the main road. Lovely big pitches, lots of choice regarding sun or shade, or both, riverside pitches available. Shops just outside the main entrance supplying most things you would require, including bread and fresh meat and groceries / green groceries and the all important wine, water and english papers! A spectacular position on river Dordogne, right underneath the clifftop chateau and village of Baynac, and a few hundred yards away, canoes available for some fun on the water. Toilets/showers/wash-up facilities are excellent and spotlessly clean. Even when very busy, (on DDay weekend also a public hol in the area) you never felt overpowered by the numbers on site. Never any waiting for loos or showers.

It did seem like everyone had a dog or two, and we don't! The swimming pool was really big(with child's paddler close by) and immaculately well kept with plenty of sunloungers. The grass and borders/hedges were beautifully maintained. Owners were always pleasant and accommodating whenever we approached them.

Just one small gripe, which isn't the fault of the site, but each evening a local tearaway on a baffless m'bike, roared up and down the outside road underneath the cliffside, the reverberating noise was very loud. Altogether one of the best sites we have ever been to.

Date of Visit: September 2013 Unit:  Tent Rating:
Reviewer: Mucker1884 20 reviews from this member

Couple (48 & 50) - look for peace, quiet and tranquillity, but with a few mod cons).

Arrived Sun 8/9, departed Mon 23/9 = 15nights

First time camping in France, and after some encouraging reports from the reviews and recent UKCS posts/pics, we had no fear that we were doing wrong, or doing it in the wrong place. And we were right! Right to try camping in France. Right to head for The Dordogne. And right to stay here at Le Capeyrou!

The site is a little larger than we normally go for back home, but as we wanted easy access to a shop and somewhere to eat, we struggled to find a nice little farm site, so took the risk! It wasn’t worthy of any concern. As it was September, the site was, at most, 75% occupied when we arrived, and probably a tad less than 50% occupied for the second half of our stay.

We took the gamble (as advised on UKCS) to not book in advance, and after a day and a half travelling from the Midlands, via the tunnel, we arrived on site at what some would say is the perfect time. 14:30. Reception had re-opened after lunch, and no “tea time rush” of arrivals. Immediately, we were made to feel welcome. The owners speak perfect English, and are more than polite, pleasant, yet professional. We were encouraged to stroll around the site, and choose from any available pitch we took fancy to. A map was given to us, with occupied pitches (and a couple of reserved ones) crossed off, for our reference. We chose large, sunny, and exposed! End of the row, looking out to an open grassed area, used in part for the volleyball nets, and in the main, a dog walking area. Very open, very quiet. And with the opportunity to spread just a tad outside of the recognised pitch boundary!

To be fair, the pitch seemed to be one of the largest, and measured approx 10/11m by 6/7m. But it seemed ok to protrude a little, as it wasn’t encroaching on another pitch. So largish, but not massive. The car went to the side of the pitch, beyond the hedged boundary, which was basically the grassed access road, which in itself, was more than wide enough to accommodate parked cars.

Previous reviews have covered everything loo block related. Mixed gender, clean, ample showers, basins, WC’s, no queues, paper provided, lockable doors, constant hot water etc.

We used the older of the two blocks (as it was nearest) and this was more than good enough. The block nearest the site entrance seemed a little more modern, obviously newer, but may (I’m guessing) be busier, as that end of the site seemed more popular. (We didn’t have a clear view of the castle from our pitch, the “popular” end did! That may have something to do with it!) Same standards were kept in the wash up block (decent drainers and shelving), and there was a washing machine (or two?) and ironing board available too.

The one thing they didn’t have, was the use of a freezer for tenter’s to re-freeze ice packs. They do, however, sell frozen bottles of water at reception. Along with a couple of bags of ice cubes from the supermarket, this process kept our (non-electric) cool box at a perfect temp throughout our stay. Maybe consider hiring one of their fridges during peak season?

We opted for the 6amp electric, as we don’t overdo it (No electric cooking/TV’s etc), and there was no sign of “tripping”. 10 amp is available, for the busier families.

The weather here, at this time of year, was warm enough for shorts, but a fair bit of cloud, and short light showers were not unheard of. Not sunbathing weather on the whole (although the last 3 days picked up enough for us to use/lounge around the pool, and top up our tans. Again quiet, spotlessly clean, well looked after, with ample sunbeds, and an excellent place to relax.

The bar area was quiet, and if you wanted serving, more often than not, you had to poke your head into reception. As they are adjoining, that is, of course, no problem.

WI-FI was a little weak, and best served in or around the bar area (seats and tables outside too, of course)

Beynac itself was picturesque, quaint, and downright beautiful!

Perfect in the daytime, but with only one bar and a couple of restaurants, it was probably a tad small/quiet in the evening to be perfect for us. (We do a fair bit of eating out). However, not only did we survive, we could probably get used to it, too!

There are a few hills out and about, but if you have room for cycles, take them! There are flat rides available, if you do your homework, and some of the scenery took our breath away! We only cycle for leisure, never breaking sweat, and we had the time of our lives. Country lanes as far as the eye can see, riverside paths, and off-road (tarmac) cycle paths are all available. Some direct from site, some need a short trip by car before you start. All are perfect!

You know all about the river, and the castles, and the châteaux. You don’t need me to tell you just how wonderful this area is!

On the negative side. And I admit, I’m struggling here, so I’ll be over zealous, if I may.

The grass, particularly on the pitches themselves, was a little threadbare. Remember though, we are talking September, after a busy summer, on a popular site, and record temps, I believe! Where there was grass, there were a million tiny soil mounds, which I presume are worms, although we never actually saw any worms! And finally, we had a mole doing what moles do, under our tent, and in our canopy. No damage to the tent/SIG/Footprint, and it certainly didn’t affect our enjoyment one bit. I suspect all of these negatives are season related. Common sense tells me that the grass would (should?) be lush at the start of the season, and I’ve been informed we were prime time for mole activity!

No real evidence of bugs, creepy crawlies, ants, dragonflies, mozzies or such like, (remember, we are riverside!) so that was a relief!

Oh, and if you think you can hear buzzing. Look up. It’ll be the blowers on the hot air balloons! Very popular in these parts, it seems!

Wonderful site, wonderful area, and the only reason we won’t be going straight back, is that we don’t want to get in a rut, and want our second visit to France to be “somewhere else”.

Very, very tempting though, to play safe, and just go back here. We’d have no problem in doing so! I'm certain we will, at some stage.

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