Just 100 metres from the campsite entrance, opposite the swimming pool and with views of the Malay and Brouis massifs, the “Auberge de La Bruyère”, an auberge communale or communal inn, welcomes you for a tasty gourmet meal, or a quick stop-off for a light snack. For anyone working to a budget, the takeaway option is sure to be a hit.
And if you just want to get together for a drink with friends as the day draws to a close, you can meet on the terrace in the light of its lanterns.
The village also has another restaurant you might like to try. For its traditional Thursday “moules frites” (or mussels and chips) evening, remember to reserve to avoid disappointment.
Open a few hours a day from 15 June to 15 September, if there's something you've forgotten, the site's grocery store stocks basic products along with a few local products such as delicious cheeses from La Ferme du Lachens produced by the village's young dairy farmers.
In July and August, orders for bread, pastries and similar placed in the evening at reception are available to collect the following morning as soon as it reopens, meaning you can enjoy breakfast without having to leave the campsite.
Do not hesitate to contact the campsite by email at firstname.lastname@example.org or by telephone on +33 (0)6 15 37 62 39.
Two washing machines and a tumble drier are also available to use on a self-service basis. Just get your tokens at reception. An iron and an ironing board complete the site's laundry facilities.
If you feel like reading, at reception you'll also find a small self-service library stocked with books received from people in the village and by way of various other donations. A few board games are also available if you feel like a little fun at the end of the afternoon.
And finally, for those who just can't be without it, free Wi-Fi is available on the terrace at reception - you just need to obtain the code from reception first.