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Domaine De Sevenier Reviews

Domaine De Sevenier Reviews

Domaine De Sevenier Holiday Park

Just north of Marseilles in the heart of the Ardeche sits Domaine De Sevenier camp site. This small (actually very small) camp site has been lovingly created out of an old winery and is the brainchild of its owners and it really shows. Everything here, in this small park, really is perfectly formed. The site has all the facilities you’d expect, reception, laundry, bar and maintains a very peaceful atmosphere so you get a very relaxed holiday.

There are just 56 pitches at Domaine De Sevenier and what pitches they are. The accommodation is chalet style, designed to look like Swiss Mountain chalets and they are either 3 bedrooms and two bathrooms or two bedrooms and one bathroom – your choice. With private shower and toilet in each chalet as well as air conditioning and all the kitchen equipment you could ever shake a stick at the chalets really are a home from home and make a great base for your summer holidays. Each chalet comes with a barbecue and set of patio furniture which makes for perfect al fresco dining.

Facilities & Activities at Domaine De Sevenier

Don’t expect Las Vegas in France because you’ll be disappointed. This park is all about peace and quiet but if you do get restless you can use the facilities of Domaine De Sevenier’s sister park, L’Ardechois, just down the road. Sounds like a good plan to me – go there make all the noise and come back for peace and quiet!

There is a really good restaurant on site where they serve home cooked food and they also serve a children’s menu. However, as the restaurant is small you will need to book in advance. On site there are two pools and a whirlpool with plenty of sun loungers on the terrace.

If you want to venture out of the park, and you should because it’s such a pretty place, you should head for the local towns and villages to check out the cafes, restaurants and markets. Remember if you’re planning a market trip then the earlier the better. Reception will be able to let you know which markets are open on which day. For a really different day out you should visit La Ferme aux Crocodiles. A crocodile farm housing 500 crocs in a huge glass greenhouse. The best way of seeing this is to book a guided tour. It’s something really different so go on, give it a try.

Five Reasons to Book a Family Holiday to Domaine De Sevenier

  • Peace and quiet
  • Fantastic accommodation
  • Lovely scenery
  • Crocodile farm
  • Restaurant on site

Family Travel Guide to Auvergne – France

The Auvergne is another of those parts of France that are off the beaten track as far as us Brits are concerned which is a sham because we are really missing out. You can find out a bit more about this lovely area by clicking the link below;

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  1. Matthew Lupton

    We had a wonderful time here, it is a fairly peaceful site but by no means sleepy. Teens will need to find activities offsite to keep them entertained, the local area is definitely worth exploring. The chalet we stayed in was well maintained, large and cosy. The restaurant didn’t always open on time but was annoying when planning meal times.

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