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Reviews by Lynda and John Rogers

Les Manoques

28-06-2017
Arrived in a thunderstorm on 28th June which we feel is to early for this site. Lovely views once the rain cleared. A reception sign would be good, no real welcome or explanation. Toilet facilities seem good, some building work still being done, all pitches with tree cover. Lovely area but not really our kind of site. Expect it's totally different in high season.

L'Oliverie

28-06-2017
Loved this site. Small family run site with theme evenings and great facilities. Alex and his lovely family make you very welcome would definitely return.

Lous Suais: Camping-Bungalow Naturiste

28-06-2017
Stayed here for 3 days in June on route to the south. Lovely welcome as we arrived with a choice of drinks and explanation of the facilities. Terraces are quite steep and 103 steps from the bottom terrace to the lake. Free use of water sports equipment. Cafe serves simple snacks. Bread delivered to your pitch which was nice. Our only disappointment was the lack of beach it was more like grassy mud also the access where dogs could swim was about 1 metre wide and steep. Local produce sold at reception/shop and staff very friendly. Great views from pitches at the top front. Great discounts in low season.

Lous Suais: Camping-Bungalow Naturiste

28-06-2017
Stayed here for 3 days in June on route to the south. Lovely welcome as we arrived with a choice of drinks and explanation of the facilities. Terraces are quite steep and 103 steps from the bottom terrace to the lake. Free use of water sports equipment. Cafe serves simple snacks. Bread delivered to your pitch which was nice. Our only disappointment was the lack of beach it was more like grassy mud also the access where dogs could swim was about 1 metre wide and steep. Local produce sold at reception/shop and staff very friendly. Great views from pitches at the top front. Great discounts in low season.

Pallieter

23-06-2017
Review Pallieter Naturist Camp Site.

After our wonderful stay in 2016 we were eagerly looking forward to our return on the 18th June this year. We decided that Pallieter would be our first stop after getting off the Chunnel near Calais. Yes it was a long drive but we thought the reward at the end of our journey would be worth it. The long drive and some traffic delays lengthened our journey somewhat and we arrived late at 18:30, in hindsight we should have telephoned to say we would be late but we had a bad journey.
Reception was closed and knocking on the door raised no one at Pallieter. We call the owner who lives above the reception; on answering the call she replied that they were eating and we needed to wait until 20:00, rather disappointing customer service.
We decided to take our dog for a walk and look around the site. The first point of note was that the grass all over the site and especially around the pool and bar area was long very long some 20cm to 30cm. We also noticed that the site was infested with moles, with hundreds of mole hills visible. Additionally around the bar area the wooden tables and chairs were no longer there. There were a large number of visitors around the site and we found that only one amenity block was open.
We showered and returned to reception noticing that the pool was only half full and that the internet was not available. We met our host and booked in, asking what was wrong with the pool we were told it had a leak and would not be repaired until the end of the season. We were in the middle of a heat wave and there was no pool, not good!
We parked up and decided to walk to the bar for a drink, we met another UK couple and 2 French couples at the bar awaiting drinks only to find that the bar did not open Sundays.
As we were tired with travelling we decided to stay for the 3 days we had originally booked, we observed a number of visitors who had planned to stay longer only stayed the one night before moving on due to the lack of a swimming pool and the state of the site.
On our final night, we decided to check out at about 6:30, we were told that we could not check out as reception was closed; reception is immediately behind the bar that actually was open at this time. We asked when could we check out we were told tomorrow after 10am. This scuppered our plans for an early start the next day.
We presented ourselves at reception the next morning to check out, in fairness the proprietor did not charge us for our dog due to the lack of a pool and internet. We asked for our naturist cards to be returned and she was adamant that she did not have them. We returned to our car and searched our documents not finding the cards. We returned to reception and insisted that she did hold our cards, eventually they were found “wrongly filed” was the reason given. Our early journeys start finally commenced at 11am.
In summary, we were totally disappointed with the site. The “customer service” and “attitude” of the proprietor was totally unacceptable. If it was my site the pool would be fixed immediately, the grass would be cut, the moles would be dealt with, both amenity blocks would be open and if I had 10 thirsty people wanting to buy beer and wine the bar would be open.
Will we return, sadly NO.

L' Églantière

14-09-2016
Loved this place. Very friendly, food excellent,reasonably priced. Lovely river winds through the site which our labrador loved. lovely clean pool.Lovely walks and good amenities. Clean facilities, though if the showers a fully used the temperature of the water can go from hot to cold suddenly, would definitely stay again.
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