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winkywinkola Tue 15-Apr-14 19:04:07

Is it awful without air con? I've got two dogs too. Will they suffer terribly in the heat?

Can anyone recommend please?

Nobloomingideapgornot Tue 15-Apr-14 22:27:15

Camping Du Letty nr Benodet and Les Mouettes which is about half an hr from Roscoff.

Good luck

TheFantasticMrsFox Wed 16-Apr-14 20:10:11

We have been and it was fine. Big walks at either end of the day and frequent trips to the river in the daytime. We however have a sun loving working cocker (it must be a trait as we now have two!) who needed forcibly moving into the shade. The only issue was things like the food shop- tragically we all love the experience of shopping in a foreign country and with the dog, one of us had to stay in the car.
Thin skinned dogs or any who really dislike the heat I would say was a no-go. Otherwise go for it, we would definitely do it again smile

winkywinkola Wed 16-Apr-14 20:32:09

Fantastic, where did you stay?

TheFantasticMrsFox Thu 17-Apr-14 03:12:30

Val de Cantobre nr. Millau
We actually came across the site as Eurocamp customers so it was mega expensive. It's owned by RCN, a Dutch firm and we just book through them direct now smile

stringbean Thu 17-Apr-14 18:37:15

Ooh - we've been there MrsFox. It was lovely - really relaxing, and ideal for getting out with a dog. Only thing is it's quite remote (which does mean peace and quiet) so takes quite a long time to get anywhere - about half an hour to Millau, for example. We were there a couple of years back at the end of August and it was actually the cold weather in the mornings that prompted us to leave a day early (it was 5 deg C!); nice and warm once the sun got going though!

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