- Animals welcome
- Drinking water
- Drying rack
- Independent toilets
- Bicycle storage
- Parking onsite
- Closed land
- Independent access
Close to the Loire by bike, the abbey of Saint Benoit and the Carolingian oratory of Germigny, 10 mn from Sully, its castle and its music festival.
Land of 3 hectares closed and raised with ponds. Animals (sheep, goats, geese, chickens). Access to the swimming pool in summer on request.
Flat shaded land, easy access. Fenced in.
The sanitary facilities
Independent toilets in free access. Independent bathroom access on request.
Electricity on the pitches. Access to kitchen and washing machine on request
Many games, badminton, ping-pong, petanque. Possibility to learn golf and archery. Numerous visits and hikes nearby.
Tent 3 seconds two adults 1 child on loan
- Bar / Restaurant
- Canoe / Kayak
- Cultural visits
Exact location information is provided after a booking is confirmed.
Back from vacation, we stopped off at Jérôme and Marie's house.
Thank you for the warm welcome.
Magnificent grounds in the heart of nature.
We stayed two nights with Jérôme and his family. Very good welcome, good location...
Super fun! This is a great place to stay for a while. It's a return to nature that will delight your children. Jérôme and his family are very welcoming and give good advice on how to continue discovering this corner of France. I highly recommend it.
A very pleasant welcome and location!
A bath in nature, surrounded by goats, chickens and ducks.....
I recommend ????
We were made to feel very welcome! The location is perfect and the proximity to the animals was much appreciated by the children. Thank you so much!
Quiet camping, almost in the fields, with the company of geese, ducks and donkeys. What happiness!
This was our second time that we stayed at Jerome, because we liked it so much. We had a pleasant stay, and we were welcomed by their son Octave to play some football and ping pong.
Jerome and Marie (and their dog, cat, goats and geese) were very welcoming, and let us stay in their enormous garden. Very well kept lot for our camper in the garden, including all the comfort you need (electricity, toilet, hot shower, kitchen, fridge,...).
We will be back!!
Friendly welcome, quiet place in the shadow, lots of space
Marie and Jérôme are simple people who I really appreciate. Great welcome. See you soon. Best regards.
Perfect stay. Very good relationship. Very well maintained grounds and sanitary facilities. We will return with great pleasure. We highly recommend it.
Jérôme, Marie and Octave made us feel very welcome! We'll be back with great pleasure, if we can. Best regards! Johannes with Karoline and children Antonia and Henriette
Very friendly welcome from Jérôme. Very pleasant site, quiet and true to the description that we highly recommend.
I was very satisfied with my first experience with homecamper at Marie and Jérôme's place. The welcome I received was perfect. The perfectly manicured grounds, the facilities on offer, everything lends itself to a restful stopover or stay. Many thanks to my hosts.
It was a nice surprise to be able to camp in this beautiful, well-kept natural setting. The facilities were just as advertised - a superb stopover!
Thanks to Jérôme and Marie for their warm welcome.
The site is spacious (3 ha), with trees, a pond and small animals.
We had a pleasant stay that we will repeat every time we come to the region.
Very very nice hosts! Quiet, green and secure land, in the middle of the animals! Everything we like! We will certainly stop again at Jérôme's and his family's house when the opportunity arises!
Two super warm and welcoming hosts :)
Everything went very well, Jerome is very welcoming and very nice, we were delighted with our experience with him!
We had an excellent stay. Very pleasant place. Thanks to Jérôme and Marie for their warm welcome.
Very warm welcome from Jérôme. An experience that we recommend to motorhome owners passing through the region. The site is very spacious and shaded. And the swimming pool is very appreciated during the hot weather. Thanks to Jérôme and his family. Nathalie and Dominique (Normandy)