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For peace of mind of our customers and staff, we have decided to restrict our communal areas. Please contact us for full details of what facilities are available.
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Opening Dates this year: 15/07/2020 to 17/09/2020
Opening Dates next year: 01/07/2021 to 17/09/2021
Camping des Bruyeres is a small, secluded and picturesque campsite set in the wooded hills of the Amorique Conservation Park. Ony 40 minutes from Roscoff, it's ideal for ferry travellers. It's central to many famous Breton monuments, churches, walks, bird/nature reserves and coastline.
We have generous spaces, child-safe stream, oil lamps, campfires, children's bikes, games and play-caravan, barbecues and free hot showers. English spoken. Relaxing paradise!
Camping des Bruyeres offers .....
Male and female toilet blocks, hot showers, hand clothes-washing and dish-washing facilities. There is a large communal room with books, games, table-tennis and snooker. We also have cooking facilities and space for eating and relaxing.
We have a small caravan equipped with 'kiddy-toys' for younger kids - cars, puzzles, bricks, action-men, leggo, drawing table with pens and paper, dolls and dinasaurs. Outside can be found a sand pit, a badmington net and children's swings. The little oak wood leads down to a small stream where children can build damns and parents can find the peace of 'childhood summer hols'.
English is spoken in this relaxing paradise. Though we can speak French too. And muddle through Dutch. We have a lot of Dutch campers which I'm told is a sign we're doing things right!
We have 'fire-places' provided to build bbqs, sometimes communal and sometimes individual depending on the site.
At night the campsite is lit up with oil lamps, solar lamps and the Milky Way. It's fun without electricity sitting around the campfires telling stories. If it rains we have a large communal shed with simple cooking facilities, relax area, table tennis, snooker, babyfoot, jugsaws, books and solar charging for mobile phones.
There are 30 lovingly restored bikes to choose from. Toddlers bikes to BMXs and on to adult size. Children borrow them to ride around the camping or to buy bread and criossants at the village shop with their parents.
Our sanitairy facilities are as follows...
2 washing-up sinks
3 Cold water points.
We have a large chalet dedicated to the campers; as well as providing simple cooking facilities, Le Shed offers table tennis, snooker, baby football, board games, puzzles, a library, drawing desks, a banqueting table, arm chairs and even a solar powered plug for those still desperate to charge their phones!
It's a 10 minute stroll to the village, which has a garage and a small church, a boulangerie/epicerie/bar and sometimes creperie (all in one!) The post office is in the Mairie - there is a sometimes open library.