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Visitor Reviews - Les Trois Chateaux

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Les Trois Chateaux
10 Rue Du Bassin
Lorraine - Alsace   (Browse area)
68420   See Map                                 Share Google Plus  Tweet This!  Share on Facebook
Tel: 00 33 389 23 19 39

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Open: April To October

Rating: Average Review Score: 8/10 from 11 Reviews
              8/10 from 11 Reviews

Units accepted:    Tents  Caravans  Motorhomes  Statics for Hire 

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Date of Visit: May 2017 Unit:  Trailer Tent Rating:
Reviewer: Lidds0 22 reviews from this member

We opted for this site after visiting Le Medieval in nearby Turkheim, since it's in a more rural location.

First, don't follow sat nav instructions to get to this site; it'll take you up narrow, twisty roads and alongside a vineyard. Instead, follow the signposts once you reach Eguisheim.

This campsite is larger than it first looks, and was very busy when we were there (May 2017). The pitches are mostly small so there's a bit of a 'packed in' feel. The sanitaire block (there's only one) is kept clean and tidy (separate sections for men and women) but it's quite a trek from the pitches on the higher level. The site is mostly used by caravans and motorhomes so maybe this isn't an issue for most people, who use their own facilities.

There are quite a few cabins on the lower level, around the entrance. The pitches are a bit scrubby and it's not what I'd call a lovely site but it's an easy and pleasant (signposted) walk from the site into Eguisheim, past the stork nests, and we had an enjoyable day strolling around (along with the other hundreds of tourists). Most of the restaurants were shut when we were there (Tuesday closing for many, clearly).

I reckon this is a site to use as a base, not as an ultimate holiday destination.

Date of Visit: June 2015 Unit:  Touring Caravan Rating:
Reviewer: Parlourbarn 16 reviews from this member

Within 5 minutes’ walk of beautiful Eguisheim, an ideal site for 2/3 nights to see the villages in Alsace.

However we could not have stayed longer, the pitches were small and the whole site cramped and very busy. Most guests were Dutch with generally smaller caravans than our standard 4 berth fixed bed. We paid for an XL pitch, but even they are varied in size and shape, some of which you could only access with a motor mover. You could pick your own pitch though. There are considerable comings and goings every day, from 7 am some days.

Generally the whole site was poorly maintained with overgrown shrubbery and grass, although the reception staff were very nice, you had to ask re local supermarkets, WiFi etc, the information was not offered.

Eguisheim itself is stunning and busy with day trippers, but at night is completely dead, with only one or two restaurants open, we were very surprised.

Not a site we would return to now we have seen Eguisheim.

Date of Visit: September 2014 Unit:  Campervan Rating:
Reviewer: Livewires 9 reviews from this member

My husband and I visited this ACSI site in September 2014 with our campervan and 2 dogs. The staff were lovely and we found the site to be very clean and the facilities very good with plenty of hot water. We were allowed to choose our own pitch and we paid an extra euro to have a slightly larger corner plot. Not that we needed a large pitch, but because it had a wonderful view over the adjacent vineyards.

The site was fairly busy but we had no problem finding a decent pitch at 2pm [we had not booked].

We loved the walks through the vineyards [signposted] which are dog friendly and accessible directly from the campsite. The village of Eguisheim is stunning and just a short walk away. It is beautifully set amid the vines and well placed for visits in the area.

We would definitely return to this site and thoroughly recommend it.

Date of Visit: May 2013 Unit:  Tent Rating:
Reviewer: Andiamo 4 reviews from this member

We stopped here for one night en route. It was easy to locate and far enough from the motorway to hear no noise but also close enough to be a convenient stop. We chose our own spot to pitch and the warden was friendly and helpful. The sanitary and other facilities were good. This is a site we would return to. The village of Eguisheim was stunning. There were old buildings, tiny streets, fountains, restaurants and an interesting church. There were also signposted walks from the campsite. Lovely!

Date of Visit: August 2012 Unit:  Tent Rating:
Reviewer: Jkingscott 2 reviews from this member

Alsace is a fantastic place to visit and Eguisheim is one of the nicest villages we went to, however I didn't go much on this site.

Of all the campsites I stayed on this summer (5) this was the only one to take a fairly large deposit - and charge me 6€ for booking. They also required a credit card to be held at the office the entire time we were there. They also charge a deposit for the key - not a big deal, but again the only site to do so.

A small freezer is available - but you are charged a euro each time you take something out.

The facilities are very good, clean and with plenty of hot water. The pitches though are very mixed, some are fine - if gravelly, though they do mention that when you book - but some are tiny slithers you could just get a small dome tent on.

While the facilities are well maintained the pitches aren't - grass not cut or shrubs pruned, the odd bit of rubbish left. Ours - 124 / 6 I think, was large only because most of it was completely unusable, rough lumpy bare earth.

I'd be suggest one checks out the pitch first before handing over your credit card! I much preferred camping at the municipal site in Ribeauvillé!

Date of Visit: October 2011 Unit:  Touring Caravan Rating:
Reviewer: Judi S 16 reviews from this member

Oh wow what a little gem but in normal French fashion the reception is strictly closed for lunch between 12. 30 and 2 however you can park up and go investigate the pitch you would like to stay on.

I would agree with other reviewers that the pitches are not huge but there are some XL pitches available and as we were there off season our pitch cost us 14 Euros a night including a 1 Euro supplement for the XL pitch. If you are interested, it was pitch no 71 which is right on the end of a line overlooking vineyards.

Shower block was very clean and tidy, cleaned at least twice a day. Loo seats and loo roll in each cubical too!. Nice hot showers and loads of hot water for washing up etc. Washing machine and dryer available too.

It's position in the country side surrounded by vineyards, perfect, the village it is in, Eguisheim, looks like something out of a fairy tale (you expect to see Hansel and Gretel coming round the corner). The village had a small general store, butchers and of course a bakers shop.

I guess you could spend all your time just visiting the upward of 20 caves in the village and loads more in the surrounding area but that would be a waste. It is a great locations for visits out. Mulhouse, with its car and the train museums are a must together with Saltzburg and the centre of Colmar.

Lovely area for hiking and if you just want a drive round you will not believe the miles and miles of vineyards and loads of soooooo pretty villages. Fairly big supermarket about 6 km away which had all supplies needed.

Loved it here and will go back to explore more of the area at a later date.

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