Campsite Les Ombrages is a campsite with 90 touring pitches. During low season, between 12-05-2018 - 06-07-2018 and 25-08-2018 - 14-09-2018, the nightly rate is €13,- at one of the 90 touring pitches at Campsite Les Ombrages in Dallet (Puy-de-Dôme). At this campsite you can not only use your CampingCard ACSI for inexpensive camping, you can also use your ACSI Club ID (as an alternative ID).
A friendly campsite on the banks of the Allier in the middle of the Auvergne plains. Numerous deciduous trees give the pitches plenty of shade. Dutch owners. Dogs not allowed. A 5-minute walk to the village. Cycle and walking route maps available. Baby and children's toilet facilities.
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- Swimming pool
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this was the worst camp site that we stayed in when travelling around France for a number of weeks. We stayed in a number of 5 star camp sites and this was far more expensive. The lady at reception was extremely rude and hostile. We chose this campsite to break our journey and we arrived early so we could enjoy the swimming pool and beach as advertised on their website. we were not told until we tried to access it that the pool was not working. The beach has signs saying not suitable for swimming. Avoid this campsite like the plague
Pity this gorgeous site is ruined by the horrible people who manage it! The pitches are large & shady, the river is so close & beautiful to swim in. However the woman at the front desk is rude, unhelpful & bullied us for our stay. We paid for internet but when we tried to use it where the signal worked (the restaurant) we were harassed and told 'BUY A DRINK OR GET OUTSIDE'. We were pushed out onto a patio that was in full sun, it was a hot summers day & the internet signal was not strong enough for it to work there anyway! There was nobody in the restaurant, we asked why we couldn't use the internet where it worked. We got yelled at again. We asked for our money back for the wifi seeing as we weren't allowed to use it. She refused. Have never met such horrible staff. Toilet block was also old and a mile away. We couldn't wait to leave. Pity as it is a beautiful location.
This is without doubt the worst campsite we have ever encountered. Toilets had neither seats nor paper. Not all the toilets or showers were open. The washing areas were not regularly swept and were covered with plant material. The pool was closed. The sporting facilities were un prepared. The pitches were poorly grassed. Bread was available only from 9 am and the gates were locked until 8.30 am, so early bread had to be fetched by foot from the village - not good in rain or for elderly/infirm. The 'restaurant' had a very limited menu and closed rediculously early. There was no beach as shown in the photographs, this was being delivered by lorry loads of sand. The river was clearly dangerous for swimming. And the MOSQUITOES were deadly, vicious, the worst we have ever encountered. On one evening without warning the caretaker sprayed all the trees around the pitches with poison. Very disappointing for a dutch run campsite which are usually of a high quality.
Stayed here late Aug just out of ACSI rates. Hugely overpriced for what was available. Toilets without seats and toilet paper, and only a couple of showers and WC open. Food and drink outlets closed. However the number of showers/WC available was not a problem as there was only one other touring outfit on site. A site with great potential but strangely eerie and lacking atmosphere due to its emptiness. From the greenness and lack of yellowing marks usually defining where camping has taken place, they may have been this quiet all summer. Will not return.
I was surprised this site was relatively empty when we arrived, but then I realised why - this is the most unfriendly, badly managed site i have ever stayed at. The toilet block is dated and in one unit, so male/female washing up, showering, open mens urinal is all under one area. the wifi was very expensive at 5euos a night and only around the reception area - i was then told that i was not allowed to use the wifi in the restaurant area as people didnt like it - even though it was only the owner sitting in there!
Because of this, and reading most of the other comments regarding this campsite, I feel that this site should be removed from the ACSI listing.
Although we enjoyed this campsite very much we were very disappointed that the ladies toilet and shower was closed on 1st October, leaving shared facilities that are not practical in the 21st century. We feel ACSI should always insist on seperate facilities or clearly state to the contrary.
We were to stay one night but our pitch by the river was so peaceful and quiet we stayed another. A heron greeted us on our arrival, landing just on the rocks below our pitch, later during our stay we saw a red squirrel and a snake, but harmless! Very friendly welcome. The site is under trees and pitches are of a good size with easy access. The local village of Dallet has a small shop and bakery. I would certainly recommend this site as offering excellent value for money and worth a longer stay.
Used this campsite as a stop off on way back to Dunkirk. Stayed two nights.
The electric kept cutting out, very low amps. Box damaged, so easy to switch it back on.
Toilets very small! "reverse in job!"
Laundry sinks, the hottest water I have ever encountered on a site! Brilliant.
Good sized pitches. Shame about the problems, otherwise well laid out large pitches
- Period of opening
- 12-05-2018 till 15-09-2018
- 3 ha
- Number of touring pitches
- 90 (120 - 250m2)
- Campsite suitable for disabled persons
* Amenities in bold are not included in the overnight price. Some may need to be paid for. (This does not imply that all amenities not in bold are free!)
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Campsite Les Ombrages
rue de pont du Chateau
63111 / Dallet
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From Pont-du-Château via the D1 direction Cournon. Signposted.
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