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Anyone recommend campsite in SW or Brittany with pitches separated by hedges?

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ssmile Sun 01-Jun-14 21:29:47

Haven't been camping for a few years, we now have two DDs 7&2yrs old. I remember camping in France as a kid with big pitches separated by hedges and it was great. We hate being in touching distance of other tents grin. Due to the big cost of school holidays the camping stuff is coming out again this year to give it another try. Not fussed by entertainment on site but girls like climbing stuff and swinging from things so play area is useful, pool would be a bonus but not essential. Would rather have none if site quieter. Anyone got any good sites they can recommend?

HettyD Sun 01-Jun-14 21:50:07

Just been to domaine des ormes in Brittany. Bigger site but quiet and spread out, big pitches separated by hedges, play area, pool etc. Have a look!!

Tommy Mon 02-Jun-14 09:27:38

check out this company

we've been to 2 of their sites in Brittany and both were lovely

twill Mon 02-Jun-14 09:58:09

Have a look at Camping Holidays Brittany only do campsites in Brittany

justforachange Mon 02-Jun-14 12:11:49

We went to Les Embruns last year. All pitches separated by hedges but just watch you don't get put on a small one if you have a big tent. There's a play area with bouncy castles, three pools - one for the slides, a toddler pool and one indoors - and some of the cleanest loos etc I have ever seen. The beach was great for body boarding too

ssmile Mon 02-Jun-14 20:34:29

Lovely thanks for the suggestions I will check them out smile

denialandpanic Mon 02-Jun-14 22:17:29

camping see la baie la tribute sur met.we're going third year in a row this year. there are some eurocamp but mostly just run by the campsite.

Cereal0ffender Tue 03-Jun-14 20:03:45

Is like this and you can walk to the beach!

Lion5711 Mon 16-Jun-14 13:48:28

We have just returned from l'atlantique near beg meil- lovely site with lots of hedges for privacy and shade. We did a eurocamp hol but they do normal pitches too. Great site-wonderful beach!

WE went to Chateau de lez Eaux, one of the Castels sites a couple of years ago, it ticked all the boxes except it is just over border in Normandy. It had a play area, a football pitch, a decent swimming pool complex, in the summer holidays I think there is a kids club but we went at May half term when there wasn't. It's got a shop and a bar/take out restaurant with outside tables, but no entertainment other than a big screen TV, pool table etc. We watched the Champions League Final in the TV room, it was all very civilised. Toilet blocks were spotless.

Coconutty Mon 16-Jun-14 22:45:54

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PilchardsonToast Mon 23-Jun-14 19:38:33

We're off to raguenes plage on Saturday after a mumsnet recommendation - we're on the ferry to st malo. I shall report back!

Cereal0ffender Tue 24-Jun-14 22:30:12

Roscoff is probably closest but s Malo is close too.

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