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Ty Nadan Reviews

Ty Nadan Reviews

Ty Nadan Holiday Park

Nestling in the rolling green Brittany countryside is Ty Nadan. Set in its own valley with a lovely river running though the park Ty Nadan is a great place if you are looking for an adventure holiday.

The park is open between 31st March and 1st September for chalets and for tents between 12th May and 1st September. If you’re looking for a more peaceful holiday this park is also just for you with its sandy riverside beaches – perfect for doing nothing. The site has its own reception where they speak English and Dutch (if you need it) and where you can access the internet, WiFi or otherwise. Pooches are welcome, up to two dogs so no need to worry about kennels. The site also has disabled facilities and will be happy to talk to you about them when you book.

There are just over 300 pitches at Ty Nadan and if you’re holidaying with friends neighbouring ones can be booked.

Comfortable newly refurbished tents with brand new interiors and exteriors make camping French style very special. Two or three bedrooms, it’s up to you, give you all the fun of being under canvass with a good night’s sleep (why, it’s almost glamping). Your separate living and kitchen area is perfect and if the kitchen area is a little small then the barbecue makes diner time a real adventure for everybody. The living space is designed so that the panels of your tent fold back giving you an outdoor feeling indoors if you see what I mean.

If you like your comforts a little more creature then look no further than a chalet. Again, two or three bedrooms (your choice) with a small but beautifully formed bathroom and a separate living and kitchen area. Your kitchen area is well equipped with oven, gas hob, microwave and fridge/freezer (you just supply the dishwasher but I guess he’s got to have some uses!). Your chalet will come with outside space and some even have decking areas which make summer evening barbecues a perfect end to the day.

Facilities & Activities at Ty Nadan

The camp animation teams organises quizzes, karaoke and sports events between 31st March and 2nd September which are great for giving Mum and Dad some down time.

If you’re looking to swim this place is really special. Four pools, three outdoors and one indoors, all heated with waterfall and hydrotherapy jets. The outdoor pools feature water slides and chutes. There’s also a Jacuzzi and spa where you can take a soothing massage. Sun loungers are also available on the terrace for catching those essential holiday rays.

On site you have your own river so why not take advantage of canoeing and kayaking? If you’re a little unsure lessons are available. Sports wise you have a real choice here, tennis, table tennis football, archery, badminton, basketball, volleyball, quad biking and boules are all part of the list. For more extreme adventure there is a paintball course (not for the faint hearted), rock climbing and adventure courses that involve the kids climbing up and scampering between the trees like squirrels with no tails. There are discos, family and adult (high season only), to keep activity levels high during the evenings. If that’s not enough there is a TV room and a games room with pool, table football and video games.

For a change of scenery outside of the camp there are any number of small towns with markets, street cafes and restaurants to really immerse yourself in the French way of life. Take the kids to a market to buy food for dinner that night. It could well be one of the holiday highlights for them. While you are off site you can go castle viewing at Château de Pontivy or check out Aquarium des Vannes which has a large number of tanks, all with different species of fish.

The restaurant at Ty Nadan serves lovely French cuisine and a visit is a great way of introducing the kids to something different. There is a creperie (how French are they!) as well as a take away for the days when you are too busy to leave the site.

Five Reasons to Book a Family Holiday to Ty Nadan

  • Action packed activity
  • Great swimming
  • Pretty river valley
  • Lots of spots
  • Good local markets

Family Travel Guide to Brittany – France

We all love Brittany here don’t we. Never mind the rest of France, if we know Brittany, we know France. The food, culture and scenery are probably the closest to our own.

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  1. Ronique Fowler

    Ty-Nadan is the best camp site we’ve ever stayed at and we’ve visited a lot throughout Europe. We took our three kids of varying ages and all three absolutely loved it, the youngest spent a lot of time at the kids clubs and the eldest two were either canoeing or partaking in one of the many onsite sports facilities during the evening we got to spend a lot of quality family time together, we usually cooked our own meals but the onsite restaurant is fantastic – we visited there more than once. The pool is the focal point of the campsite and can be busy at times but you always head to the indoor pool.

    The area is lovely and while you could easily spend during entire trip onsite I would highly recommend visit the local village as well as the wider region.

    We will definitely be back here although we might try a Chalet next time.

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