La Grande Metairie Holiday Park
In sunny Western Brittany in the Carnac area is La Grand Metairie campsite. This four star site is great for younger families in early or late season while high season with its lively entertainment programme, will suit the most active of families. There are local festivals occurring regularly during the summer 5 – 8 May, 22 -23 July and 12-14 August in different local communities. Hooking up with these for your holiday will give the family a great idea about Celtic culture in Brittany.
The site is situated in stunning parkland with the rugged Brittany coast a few miles away. There are 575 pitches on a variety of surfaces, some shaded and some with hedging for privacy. You can always enquire about these when you make your booking.
If you want to commune with nature you can stay in a two or three bedroom tent with separate sleeping and living space. Tents will all have new canvasses for 2012 and you will be able to unzip your tents windows during the day to let all of the outside in. Cracking! All tents have cooking facilities but you’ll need to be thinking more Delia than Gordon Ramsey here.
There is a great choice of two or three bedroom chalets varying in size from 25m2 to 40m2. They all come with outside space and some even have external decking. Kitchens come fully equipped with fridge/freezer oven gas hob microwave and all the utensils you’re likely to need on holiday. The living space is comfortable and laid out well. Put simply, the range of chalets here is wide enough to suit all needs and pockets.
The camp site has its own reception where they are happy to parlez en Anglais to your heart’s content but they just love it if you have a try at French. Either way they are very helpful should you want to book internet facilities’ or buy stamps or phone cards or even cash travellers cheques. The camp site is happy for you to bring up to two dogs with you for your holiday – why should our four-legged friends miss all the fun after all!
Laundry facilities are available on site and the camp does offer disabled access. We’d suggest you chat about that when you book.