Camping Les Fontaines Holiday Park
If you’re looking to travel further afield and want to find something just that little bit special then Camping Les Fontaines is bang on target. Set in the heart of the French Alps this small site offers a really high standard of facilities not normally found in smaller camps.
There are just 170 pitches on grass and gravel here so you and the kids will not be swamped by huge numbers of other holiday makers. You have a choice of two types of accommodation either comfortable chalets or modern newly fitted out tents.
There are four types of chalet to choose between so plenty of flexibility here. The two or three bedroom chalets have decking or outside space included. Each one contains a separate living space with a kitchen area that has everything you need to rustle up a decent three course meal.
Going back to nature couldn’t be better with the tents at Camping Les Fontaines. Again, two or three bedroom they have separate sleeping and living areas. The living area has basic catering facilities and all tents will be fitted with new internal canvasses for 2012. The new canvasses are designed to allow you to unzip them so you can make the most of the fresh air by creating a completely open environment.
Both tents and chalets come with charcoal barbecues provided – perfect for those warm summer evenings and your French Cordon Bleu grilling.
There is a great reception here although English is not always available but hey, trying the lingo’s half the fun and with their readiness to help you’re sure to get there in the end. How difficult can “internet” and “WiFi” really be?
Camping Les Fontaines welcomes Fido and Rover from home as long as you keep them on a lead and there are no more than two. The site does have disabled facilities and we’d suggest you follow-up on this when you book.
There is also a shop selling holiday goodies (post cards, sunscreen, small gifts etc) that is open between 11 June and 3 September and you’ll find a laundry with driers on site which means less clothes and smaller suitcases (I can hear Dad cheering now) to fit in the car.