Your host, Christine
- Animals welcome
- Drinking water
- Drying rack
- Independent dry toilets
- Bicycle storage
- Parking onsite
- Closed land
- Independent access
Bucolic setting, 2 km from the Nantes-Brest canal for walking or cycling (Vélodyssée), 3 km from the town of Saffré, large wooded grounds of 4 ha where horses, dogs and cats live. Direct access by large independent gate for van, camping car or tent. Dogs accepted under the condition of being tied up because of the presence of our animals. The noise of the birds, ducks and frogs does not disturb you, we welcome you with pleasure for a night, a few days...
Full countryside, protected nature, land with trees. At 2 kms from the canal of Nantes to Brest by the roads of remembrement
Direct access through a large independent gate to a stabilized area in the shade of large oaks, with no size limit for campers. The tent can be pitched on the grass, also in the shade near the entrance.
The sanitary facilities
Dry toilets available.
Possibility to fill tanks or jerry cans with drinking water
Electrical connection possible outside the house for a small fee
Portable charging possible
Hiking and cycling on the Nantes-Brest canal (Vélodyssée). Canoeing on the canal
Forest of Gâvre at 15 kms, Nantes at 30 kms accessible by the Tram train at Nort sur Erdre at 12 kms. In June, festival Les Nuits de l'Erdre
We do our best to welcome you all year round without any specific schedule, knowing that when the ground is wet, the vehicles will have to stay on the stabilized platform
- Bar / Restaurant
- Canoe / Kayak
Exact location information is provided after a booking is confirmed.
We were warmly welcomed by our host Christine and her animals, cat, dog and horses. She offered us an apple juice from a local farmer and we exchanged on different subjects.
We settled under the trees on a carpet of yellowed leaves.
In this peaceful setting, we slept well and in the morning we walked around the small pond with her dog while a horse trotted in a large pen.
Thank you Christine for this pleasant stay
Great moment in Christine's garden!