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Subject Topic: Village De La Guyonniere or le pin Paraso Post Reply Post New Topic
Message posted by Nea B18/10/2007 at 10:02am
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We went to Domaine de la Foret last year and loved it, but like to try different sites. Has anyone been to either of these two resorts please. I cant find any reviews for le pin parasol and onlyone for village de la guyonniere. Any advice would be very welcome. Many thanks

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Message posted by SusieJM18/10/2007 at 2:41pm
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Hi Nea B,

We also went to Domaine de la Foret and loved it. Being nosy though we went and had a quick peek at Le Pin Parasol and La Garangeoire while we were there (couldn't find village de la Guyonniere but it had been one we had considered). Le Pin Parasol did look nice but much bigger than La Foret and perhaps a little cramped in the areas we looked at in comparison. La Garangeoire was just too busy full stop. Like you, we like to try different sites but this time we are going to break the habit of a lifetime and go back to the same one, cos for the type of relaxing holiday we are after I don't think we could better it in the area.

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Message posted by Jusy18/10/2007 at 11:23pm
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We have been to Le Pin for the last 2 years and booked for next year, it is a lovely family run site.  Above at top of page you will see  search,  put in Le Pin Parasol in caravnning abroad and that will bring up some reviews, sorry cant do links yet      hope this is some help.



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Message posted by Bigsis2019/10/2007 at 3:06pm
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Hi

We've been to Guyonniere in 2005 and 2007.  It had grown over that time, but the pitches are very spacious and divided into several smaller fields, normally with an open area in the centre.  Our family love it there (10, 13 & 15) and the improved aquatic area is really brill.  It's right near Lac du Jauney too, which you can access direct from the site, very peaceful.  Bar has entertainment during season, and site seems to be a good mix of facilities of large site, with feel of smaller one.

Hope this helps.


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Message posted by Teversal19/10/2007 at 3:11pm
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Pin Parasol wins every time for us as a family. We had 3 years there for our summer holiday and loved every minute. The owners are so friendly, they run it as though they are inviting their guests into their part of France. The Pool is great and as for cramped I've ever seen more space on a european site. Each time we went we were pitched to the right as you go through the entrance and we had space on our pitch (which was enclosed by small hedges) for our 261 long trainer tent, the Sun awning, car, BBQ and our son could still play games of ball without ever goin goff the pitch - totally wonderful.

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Message posted by Nea B19/10/2007 at 8:01pm
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Thank you all for advice - armed with it we are hopefully going to decide and book this weekend.

Message posted by sallyandalex21/10/2007 at 9:24pm
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Hi Nea,

You have probably booked by now!

Two years ago we looked round all those sites and decided to book La Domaine, hence our visit this year!

The other sites were too big for us (we were on a big one in 2006), however they did have more organised facilities for children than La Domaine, but we decided we wanted the smaller site.

Cycled to La Garangeoire again this year and hadn't changed our minds. Did speak to a family at the crepeire on Lac Jauney who were at Pin Parosel and loving it.

Hope you are all well

Sally


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Message posted by Nea B26/10/2007 at 9:42pm
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Hi Sally We are really well - thanks. Hope you are too! We haven't booked yet as have been in Filey for the week (not in our tent!)and just got back! So comments appreciated! Have you booked your next summer trip yet?

Nea

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Message posted by sallyandalex28/10/2007 at 8:34pm
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Hi,

Your tent would cover Filey anyway!!

No we haven't booked because we are hoping to go and visit my brother and his wife in America next year. However at 2000 just for the flights we are wistfully thinking off the relatively cheaper cost of 3 weeks in France!! Never mind, we all really want to go and see them. They are near the Blue Ridge Mountains and so we fancy a bit of camping there instead. Will just have to do UK weekends next year.

Back to School tomorrow? Have a good term!

Sallyx



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