We stayed here for a week. It is a beautiful campsite on the outskirts of a lovely village in the middle of the Vineyards, not far from the motorway but quiet and peaceful. The pitches are spacious and most shaded by tall trees on the edge of the site although you can get lots of sun if preferred, you just have to choose your pitch carefully. Free wifi near the bar, takeaway from 6pm, bar and takeaway very cheap. No bread in the morning unless you walk into the village. Facilities in 2 blocks, Ladies showers were great but OH said his were not too good they went hot and cold all the time. Only 1 water point and quite difficult to lift waste container to empty it. We would definitely go back here despite a few slight negatives as its in a lovely area and was perfect for us for visits to Beaune and cycling on the canal. I think we paid 13. 50 euros a night.
Very quiet, well run site. Very clean toilet and shower facilities, washing machine on site, small child's play area, free wifi and small snack bar.
This is my favourite site in France, so I may be a bit biased, but I find the staff to be extremely friendly and helpful and the site is in a great location for holidayers looking for a quiet life.
Pitches are large, well kept and plenty of shade for those whom want it. Most pitches have electric hook up, and there is a small motorhome service point.
The village of Savigny has a couple of patisserie, a butcher, a small convenience store, cash points chemist, post office, a number of restaurants. And of course the chateau, motor museum.
5km away is the historic town of Beaune. Which has the usual range of shops and restaurants.
The site does not allow twin axle caravans, or tag axle motorhomes. RV drivers are advised to phone ahead. Chances are they will be ok, but restrictions may apply depending on which pitches are left during busy periods
We had decided not to book sites (except for our first night) of a tour of Champagne and Burgundy regions and just go with the flow. We found the site from an internet search and just turned up. It was just outside a little town surrounded by some houses and miles of grapevines. The site was quite busy but the english speaking lady in reception was very friendly and found us a pitch. The pitch was well maintained and plenty big enough for our van and daughter's pup tent. The facilities were clean but you do need your own loo roll. The cost per night was very reasonable at €19 including EHU. Would certainly stay here again.
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