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Les Deux Fontaines Campsite Reviews

Les Deux Fontaines Campsite Reviews

Les Deux Fontaines Holiday Park

Nestling in the Brittany countryside, just south of Brest is Les Deux Fontaines campsite. On arrival you’ll be met at the reception where they speak English and where you can deal with all sorts of admin things including getting WiFi access.

This small to medium camp has 287 Pitches and opens between 7th May and 3rd September. It has unually large pitches between 100m2 and 170m2 all surrounded by hedges for extra privacy. If you are travelling with friends and their families you can also book neighbouring pitches.

You have a choice of four different types of chalet, all variations on the same great theme. Either two or three bedrooms with separate kitchen and living space, the kitchens have everything you need including microwave and fridge freezer. They chalets all have outside space with patio furniture and some have decking. Either way, throw in the charcoal barbecue (not literally silly – that dangerous) and you have everything you need for great evenings together as a family.

Facilities & Activities at Les Deux Fontaines

It’s always great to cut the kids some slack while you’re on holiday. Give them a break from you! There are several kids clubs at Les Deux Fontaines designed to do just that. With stacks of activities (some where you need to be present but not involved) this the best way of doing just that. Superhero training, spooks, art attack; the list will have something for everybody.

Keeping the kids fed when you are on site is easy with the take-away which serves sandwiches, burgers, pizzas, hot dogs, chips and quiche (oh it is France, I was beginning to wonder). You can even order Moules et Frites (mussels and chips which is a bit of a speciality in these parts).

For a site of its size Les Deux Fontaines has a great selection of pools. There are five to choose from and they come in all shapes and sizes, depths and speed of slides to suit even the youngest member of the family. With a whirlpool and Jacuzzi and more sun loungers than you can shake a stick at, the pool is a great adult space as well.

Les Deux Fontaines has a good selection of sporting activity including all the usual suspects, tennis, table tennis, football, basketball, volley ball. There is a skateboarding park and you can also organise scuba diving lessons in the swimming pool. Archery, gymnasium, a golf driving range and the must have boules tournaments add up to a list that any much larger site would be pleased to present. Don’t forget the direct access to the glamorously named Tahiti beach – great sand, great sun and great sea – nuff said. You don’t even get chance to slow down of an evening as there are regular family and children’s discos so Dad had better get practicing his break dancing.

There are additional activities such as horse riding and fishing available off site. Whilst you are off site, there are a raft of local attractions including the small local town of Nevez. Take some time out and do your shopping the French way in all the local stores. With local aquariums, zoos and museums you’ll not be short of things to do.

Five Reasons to Book a Family Holiday to Les Deux Fontaines

  • Large pitch sizes
  • Lots of activity on site
  • Kids clubs
  • Great beaches
  • Not too far to travel

Family Travel Guide to Brittany – France

Brittany, with its rolling green countryside is like a home from home for many of us Brits. Often we don’t really understand quite what Brittany has to offer for a great family holiday.

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  1. KP

    We stayed in one of the Eurocamp mobile homes, we had a ample pitch with lovely decking.

    The site is very well maintained and the general atmosphere is family fun. Our eldest son loved the pool complex and our youngest really enjoyed the kids club. Table tennis was popular with them, it did cause a few arguments. Free wi-fi on the site although try to stay away from that, you’re on holiday!

    The take-away went down a treat with the boys. Nearby you’ve got Pont Aven which is lovely charming town with a lot of history and some nice restaurants if you fancy treating the family. Shop stocks all the main essentials although a little pricey (as expected).

    We had a really nice trip, the weather just let us down a little. Make sure you get to the pancake night…mmmmmmm

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