Private camping rentals at Guines 5

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Area
1 ha

Your host, Ludwig & Maud

Member since June 2018. Responds within less than 12h 92% response time.

Amenities

  • Drinking water
  • Barbecue
  • Independent toilets
  • Picnic table
  • Campfire allowed
  • Closed land
  • Kids playground
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Description

By camping with us, you will contribute to the embellishment of an ecological educational park of the Marsh, on one hectare come to discover our animals Alpaca, dwarf goats, pony shetland hens... on a protected site.
You will be able to walk on the paths of excursions, way of the tadpole...
Discover also the numerous visits has proximity as St Joseph Village, the tower of the clock.

The setting

In the middle of nature among the animals.

The spots

Campground near the plum trees and the bewitched well.
Campfire installed.
Mission to rent on site pedal maps to discover the bike route.

The sanitary facilities

Toilet + washbasin.

The activities

On site we will take the time to show you around the park.
Possibility of renting 2-seater pedal go-karts to discover the cycle route of the marsh where we are located


Rules

Do not smoke, do not feed animals and be environmentally friendly.

Extras

Possibility of breakfast (€4 / person)

Viennese pastries, coffee, tea, hot chocolate to enjoy on the covered terrace


Activities

  • Canoe / Kayak
  • Cultural visits
  • Fishing
  • Horse-riding
  • Swimming
  • Trails
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Location

Exact location information is provided after a booking is confirmed.


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  • A great time, a great meeting!
    A very nice place to recharge your batteries, Maud and Ludwig are adorable!
    Thank you a thousand times ????

  • A great moment of relaxation. The kids loved it!

  • For my first Home Camper experience, I was spoiled: a friendly welcome by a family with an enriching background in a place that provokes a unique experience. As soon as we enter Ludwig and Maud's property, we find ourselves immersed in a world of its own, dedicated to animals of all species in a surrounding vegetation. In short, if you don't like animals and their sounds, you should leave room for all those who will happily live their stay in this environment.

  • A quirky and charming spot in the midst of a petting zoo/wild garden. We had the place to ourselves and the kids loved the play area and masses of animals to see. What it lacks in facilities is made up for by the friendly hosts and great location. (As you arrive coming from Calais, turn left off the D127 over a narrow metal bridge, then almost immediately first right (looks like a cycle way) then park on the gravel on your left.

  • Maud, Ludwig and their children are very nice hosts. We were just passing through for one night but our children enjoyed the unusual setting with the animals!