Private camping rentals at Saint-Germain-Des-Champs, Bourgogne-Franche-Comté 6

Land for
Tents accepted Caravans not accepted Minivans not accepted Motorhomes not accepted Tent ready
Area
1500 m²

Your host, Marianne

Member since July 2022. Responds within less than 6h 96% response time.

Amenities

  • Drinking water
  • Barbecue
  • Electricity
  • Tumble drier
  • Washing machine
  • Drying rack
  • Independent dry toilets
  • Independent solar shower
  • Fridge (in house)
  • Horses welcome
  • Picnic table
  • Campfire allowed
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Description

We look forward to welcoming you to our beautiful garden, surrounded by cherry trees and panoramic views.

The setting

Preserved Morvan hamlet, quiet and bucolic, view of Vézelay, sacred telluric networks

The spots

Shady orchard, relatively flat terrain, easy access

The sanitary facilities

Cold water and dry toilets in the garden, solar shower

The amenities

Outdoor sockets, extension cords and power strips on request, and lights if required.
Breakdown service for kitchen utensils and utensils, fresh drinks, fresh eggs on request
free coffee

The activities

Energy treatments, coaching, emotional support with essential oils, meditation, abhyanga massage, singing, Argentine tango, creative workshops, themed walks

Other things

Donkey hire nearby with easy itinerary
Wake up to rooster and birdsong


Rules

No smoking
Children welcome

Extras

Possibility of breakfast (€5 / person)

French-style: coffee or tea, cereal or toast with Morvan honey and homemade jam, boiled or fried egg, fruit juice or compote

Tent ready

Tent 2 places 10 € / stay
4-person tent (2 rooms + airlock) , 20 € / stay
mattresses and blankets for 1 or 2 people supplied
bed linen and pillows on request 5€ / person


Activities

  • Amusement Parks
  • Bar / Restaurant
  • Canoe / Kayak
  • Climbing
  • Cultural visits
  • Events
  • Fishing
  • Horse-riding
  • Shopping
  • Swimming
  • Trails
  • Well-being
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Photos


Location

Exact location information is provided after a booking is confirmed.


6 reviews

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  • A good time camping under the trees, on a very natural site, shared with the rooster Merlin and the hen Mélusine. In the distance, the sun sets over the Basilica of Vézelay. It's quiet and wild, and you can take the solar shower in your bathing suit, as there are no shower cubicles at the moment. We arrived in the middle of a heatwave and really appreciated the fridge and hose for cooling off.
    Marianne also offered us camping tables and chairs, which was very comfortable.
    Thanks for the warm welcome.

  • Thanks to Marianne for her welcome and hospitality!

    For her patience too, as we arrived really late and she didn't hold it against us...

  • What a peaceful place! There is a corner of the garden in the shade with no sound but the rustling of leaves in the trees. In the other corner, closer to the house, you have a toilet that you share with the guests of the gîte (if any).
    Marianne warmly welcomed us and guided us around in the neighbourhood. On our arrival, there was a festival going on in the nearby village of Vézelay. The day after, we were invited to have dinner with Marianne and her friend to celebrate the Belgian National Day (including campfire, stars and frites!).
    All in all a beautiful experience. Thanks so much for your hospitality, Marianne ????

  • In the middle of the Morvan, we were well received and guided by Marianne who shared with us her good tips and her love for the region. Thank you also to her friends for these little moments of sharing. Good continuation!

  • Peaceful place with a very nice view. Marianne welcomed us well.

  • We were very well received by Marianne who listened to us and guided us in our tourist and gastronomic discoveries. It was our first experience and we were not disappointed. The shaded camp site offers us an incredible panorama. A good stay to reconnect with nature while keeping some amenities.
    The location is a plus, as is the friendliness of our hosts.