Camping du Chatelas Campsite In Rhone-Alpes Camping du Chatelas has numerous activities for a great family camping holiday, including swimming pool complex, gym, Jacuzzis, sauna, kids club, archery, WiFi and much more. Camping le Val de Trie Campsite In Picardie This French campsite with fishing for free also has a TV room, covered heated swimming pool and Jacuzzi, kids club, snack bar and takeaway, fully serviced pitches and more.
Therefore there will be no refund of fees paid to the original site and any extra nights booked at an alternative site will have to be paid for in full by you. If there is a charge this is indicated. Can anyone advise please? Download the Ultimate Camping Checklist Download our list of everything of you need to remember for the perfect camping trip! There are many continental sites, particularly in France and Spain, that still use 2-pin plugs. I have two continental adaptors that connect safely to my EHU lead. Do i need to buy a different lead?
Camping Le Pin Parasol Campsite Pays de la Loire This campsite has fully serviced pitches plus WiFi on the pitch and lots of activities for a family camping holiday like a swimming pool complex, gym, sauna, archery, a kids club. La Nautique Campsite In Languedoc-Roussillon This is great a great place for a family camping holiday with WiFi and lots of activities including water sports, plus this French campsite has pitches adapted for the disabled. Camping de la Foret Campsite In Haute Normandie This French campsite has standard and serviced pitches, activities at the leisure lake complex like sailing, golf courses, archery and more for a fun packed family camping holiday.
Castel Camping Chateau de Boisson Campsite This French campsite in Languedoc-Roussillon has facilities like indoor and outdoor swimming pools, WiFi, restaurant in a renovated castle, makes for a great family camping holiday. Chateau de Lacomte Country Club In Midi Pyrenees A adults only campsite in France that has free WiFi, an A la carte restaurant, swimming pool, tennis court, evening entertainment, fully serviced pitches and much more.
More information is available at www. New regulations in Holland now state that everybody from the age of 14 is required to carry their own valid passport at all times. The Euro is now legal tender in all the countries in which we operate holidays, except Switzerland. Pound sterling remains the legal tender in the UK. If you happen to have a problem or a complaint whilst you are on holiday, as a first course of action we advise you to speak to the site reception about it. If you do not feel that they are doing enough to resolve the problem, please phone us during office hours on 00 44 Wherever possible we will always try to resolve a problem immediately so that you are able to continue your holiday without disruption.
Please note that some cross channel operators refuse to carry gas powered cars. Please phone for details if required. At the time of going to press, there were no specific health requirements for the countries in which we operate. For further information please visit www.
To comply with EC legislation we classify all sites in their local official classifications where these are available. However, rating systems vary from country to country — and in some there are no official ratings. For your assistance we offer a basic explanation of the different systems below. France Star ratings Ratings based on technical specifications, such as sanitation facilities. A site may be 3 star simply because not all washbasins are in cubicles.
Italy Star ratings As stars are awarded by district or area councils there are considerable regional variations. Spain First to third category — decided by the Spanish Government. Switzerland Stars are awarded by the Touring Club of Switzerland. Holland Stars are awarded by the A.
Germany, Austria, Luxembourg, Belgium No official ratings exist. There are some highly starred sites which we would not consider, and some with a lower star rating which are very popular with our customers. We do urge you to give careful consideration to your choice of campsite before making a booking. When a campsite is booked in advance and confirmed to you this represents a contractual agreement. If, when you arrive at a campsite you change your mind about wishing to stay there and choose to move to a different campsite, it is not reasonable to expect the site owner to refund fees for a pitch which he may well be unable to re-let at short notice.
Therefore there will be no refund of fees paid to the original site and any extra nights booked at an alternative site will have to be paid for in full by you. If you have a special request concerning the type or location of your pitch please mention this to our Reservations Team when making your booking.
Here you will find information about the power supply on our campsites. The mains lead needed to connect to the electricity supply on UK Club Sites is a many still use their national-style plugs, especially in France, Germany and Spain . We are off to south of France in a few weeks (yay!) and have reserved a mini- fridge at the campsite - we will have electricity on out pitch, and will.
We always pass on your request to the site — although as pitch allocation is at their discretion we cannot guarantee that such requests will be met. The size of pitches vary from site to site and sometimes even pitch to pitch on the same site.
On our campsite description pages we have indicated a typical pitch size. On a few sites a higher amperage than stated may be available. On some sites in Germany and Switzerland electricity is payable direct to the site. On some sites, you may be up to 25 metres from an electrical hook-up point. Please make sure that you take a good supply of cable with you.
Clean and modern facilities are top priority when we are selecting a site. Hot showers and hot water for personal washing and washing dishes and clothes are free on almost all of the sites. In reply to interdit: Bear with me as this gets a wee bit technical but should see you right The French mains electricity is the same as the UK mains, i. All domestic electrical products in the EU are required to function at voltages between V and V so your DVD and fridge will work fine.
The outdoor connector blue plug on the two items you have selected , called a commando socket BS EN , is exactly the same in France as the UK so that will also work there as well as here. NB if you have a 'proper' camper van it might have a commando socket built in, in which case you will just need an extender cable with a male plug i.
Something like 'Crusader Products Mains Lead, 25 metre' from the same website as the others. However, if you are using a large or CRT TV non flat screen you may get close to 5A especially if you are running lights too.