Camper van | 1 bedrooms | sleeps 2
Meet Harry, our only boy in the family! He is a charming right hand drive bus born in 1974. He was originally a microbus, but we have completely restored him and kitted him out inside with a new interior and a new 1.6ltr aircooled engine. Harry has a 2 ring stove with grill and fridge, along with plenty of cupboard space. He seats and sleeps 2 people on his rock n roll bed. Harry also has an iPod compatible CD player so you can listen to your favourite tunes as you watch the sun go down.
Included in the price:
-Insurance for 1 driver
-Full 24/7 European breakdown cover
-Full inside and outside camping kit including bedding
-All camping gas
-Onsite secure parking
-Free France Passion membership
Prices are based on a hire period of 7 nights and collection are Fri/Sat/Sun/Mon at 3pm and return days are Fri/Sat/Sun/Mon at 10am. We are flexible, so please let us know if you are looking for a hire period outside those stated.
|Size||Sleeps up to 2, 1 bedrooms|
|Nearest beach||Genêts 50 km|
|Will consider||Long term lets (over 1 month)|
|Access||Car not necessary|
|Nearest Amenities||3 km|
|Nearest travel links||Nearest airport: Rennes 75 km, Nearest railway: Rennes or Laval 75 km|
|Family friendly||Great for children of all ages|
|Notes||Pets welcome, No smoking at this property|
Features and Facilities
|Standard||Kettle, Toaster, Hair dryer|
|Utilities||Clothes dryer, Cooker, Fridge|
|Furniture||Double beds (1), Dining seats for 2|
|Other||Linen provided, Towels provided|
The Brittany region
We are situated right on the border of Normandy and Brittany.
Wild and green, Brittany is a wonderful mix of rugged coasts and beautiful beaches, picturesque villages and ancient towns. It is an area well known for its traditional festivals and and local produce ranging from seafood to pancakes. It is a perfect destination for recharging your batteries.
In the heart of nearby Normandy is the Orne department, which boasts two regional nature parks. With 72 km of coastline and an unspoilt environment, the region is ideal for leisure activities such as walking throughout the whole year. Its attractions include architectural heritage, a superb natural environment with miles of footpaths, water sports, golf, angling, spectacular seasonal high tides and colourful festivals.
Fougeres: With over 1000 years of history, Fougeres is home to the largest Chateaux in Europe. The traditional Saturday market is also famous and well worth a visit. Between Fougeres and Louvigne-du-Desert is the beautiful Forêt de Fougères, which offers walking, cycling and a very pleasant lake with a beach and play area.
Cote D'emeraude Saint Malo: Built in granite rock in the English Channel, the bathing resort of Saint Malo is known for its castle, the cathedral of Saint Vincent, and its 14th century ramparts which overlook the sea. Saint Malo is the birthplace of famous French writer and statesman, Chateaubriand
Pink Granite Coast: Sunset is the best time to explore the headland of Arcouest and the island of Brehat and admire the expanses of sandy beaches and the rusty rock formations in splendid hues of pink which give this coast its name.
Quimper/Pont-Aven: Located in the heart of traditional Brittany and flanked by the Odet and Steir rivers, Quimper is famous for its faience ceramics which have been produced by skilled craftsmen since the 17th century. The Gothic Cathedral of Saint Corentin has exceptional 15th century stained glass windows. Pont-Aven, Home to artist colony known as the "School of Pont-Aven" led by the painter Paul Gauguin, is a pretty market village of white houses and sloping riverbanks.
Carnac, Gulf of Morbihan: One of the foremost prehistoric centers, the seaside resort of Carnac is famed for its megalithic remains from the Neolithic period. In addition to 2792 menhirs, massive stones erected by tribes who inhabited the region before the arrival of the Gauls, the area is studded with burial places, semicircles, and tumuli.
Located ten miles off the southern coast of Brittany, Belle Ile ("Beautiful Island") is Brittany's largest. Buffeted by storms and fringed by rocky cliffs, it is an isolated natural paradise whose inhabitants are known for their hospitality. The medieval city of Vannes, at the head of the Gulf of Morbihan, is a perfect base from which to explore this magical inland sea and its many islands.