Private camping rentals at Mornas, Provence-Alpes-Côte D'azur 4

Land for
Area
2500 m²

Your host, Pierre

Member since August 2016. Responds within less than 24h 77% response time.

Amenities

  • Animals welcome
  • Drinking water
  • Barbecue
  • Electricity
  • Drying rack
  • Toilets (in house)
  • Wireless internet
  • Fridge (in house)
  • Bicycle storage
  • Parking onsite
  • Picnic table
  • Closed land
  • Train or Bus
  • Shops
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Description

The only small problem is that the land is close to the railroad tracks.

The setting

Provencal setting, olive tree, lavender and cicadas. Plus the rooster.

The spots

there is shade the ground is flat easy to access.

The amenities

Barbecue, wooden table outside with bench.

The activities

visit of the village fortress. walk on the crests of the massif.

Other things

The only small problem is that the land is close to the railroad tracks.


Rules

Leave the place as clean as when you arrived. Be discreet.

Extras

Possibility of breakfast (€5 / person)

bread jam honey butter and fruit juice coffee or tea


Activities

  • Bar / Restaurant
  • Cultural visits
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Photos


Location

Exact location information is provided after a booking is confirmed.


4 reviews

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  • Wow, what a relaxing atmosphere here! I was welcomed in a very nice and relaxing little garden where gigantic koi carp were swimming... A setting straight out of a fairy tale ^^ Very well located and close to both the fortress and the Via Rhôna, I highly recommend!

  • Pierre and his wife welcomed us warmly in their charming garden.
    Very good exchange with them. Discussions and proposals about the surrounding walks in this village.

  • We were warmly welcomed in his beautiful garden, well zu fresh and Pierre was with our small care. We spent a very good night.

  • Thank you to Pierre and Dominique for their welcome, with their pets, in a beautiful property decorated with a nice vegetation. The exchanges with them were interesting...