At Campsite La Bien Assise in Guînes (Pas-de-Calais) camping costs as little as €19,- per night during low season with CampingCard ACSI. At one of the 149 touring pitches you will get a discounted rate during the period 31-03-2018 - 29-06-2018 and 03-09-2018 - 28-09-2018. 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).
Lovely, well-maintained castle campsite. Varied surroundings and only 8 km from the coast. The campsite is equipped with modern toilet facilities, a restaurant with an excellent menu, an indoor pool and spacious pitches.
Extra discount: 7=6 / 14=12 / 21=18
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- Swimming pool
- Food and drink
Stayed many times.
Always look forward to our visits, usually at the start and end of our holiday.
It’s so good we now close our holiday with a full week, it’s so relaxing.
stay here every year excellent site staff very friendly and helpfull calais beach area is having major facelift it looks great you get what you pay for toilet paper and soap provided will be back next year
Great stopover for Calaise. Easy access, friendly staff, good priced snack bar and more pricey restaurant. Site adds on tax per night and something else which I found irritating. But will certainly use again as stopover. Superb, we'll run site!
Food was terrible. Staff were helpful. Campsite is next to a road so very noisy. Not very relaxing at all. Good for a one night stop either after your ferry to Calais or before your ferry home. Expensive for what it is.
We didn't choose this campsite some friends had chosen it as a place for us to meet. After reading the reviews we were a little apprehensive but on arrival what a surprise. A large well maintained campsite used by all the major clubs of Europe. Big pitches with easy access for our TA. We stayed for three nights and took advantage or the walking maps available in reception. It was nice to visit an area that we normally only pass through to and from the ferry. Lidl & Carrefore just up the road. Very nice pool.
Just checked and this is the 11th year we have been here. Sometimes just for 1 night and up to 2 weeks. So what has changed? There is now a large roundabout at the entrance making access easier and a brand new road from Eurotunnel exit/entrance meaning a max 20 mins travel time. There's a new toilet block and there are now some all service pitches. What hasn't changed? The existing toilet blocks are still kept clean and tidy. The bar still serves a good selection of drinks and the menu is unchanged but very reasonable value. The shop serves reasonably priced food and drink and your morning croissants are fresh and available. The restaurant has changed hands but the quality can't be too bad as it is invariably packed out with local french as well as campers. The pitches for caravanners and others are enormous and the grounds are emaculately kept and designed. So to those that say nothings changed you're wrong and for the rest "if it ain't broke don't fix it".
Large site near Calais. Expensive without offering anything special compared with other sites during a tour of France. Certainly the worst baguette and croissants we had and the most expensive. Pitches large and spaced out. Ground sodden and chewed up due to heavy rain. Onsite restaurant food ok, but not cheap. Serving staff decidedly grumpy and impatient. Toilets clean disputed the muddy conditions.
We have stayed on this site for many years, but sadly the site is losing its lovely charm and is now dominated by contract chalets and the touring pitches are few and far between.
Very nice site with good facilities, this site is ideal for a one night stay or longer, close enough to Calais for the ferry.
Big grass pitches, We paid extra for water & drainage - but it was expensive. Good takeaway & bar food in a nice setting. French restaurant by the chateau is excellent. 4 toilet/shower blocks all spotless with separate ladies/gents toilets with soap & toilet rolls (not usually the case we have found in France !) Shop very expensive. Good stop off for Calais & channel tunnel.
- Period of opening
- 31-03-2018 till 29-09-2018
- 15 ha
- Number of touring pitches
- 149 (100 - 300m2)
- Number of camper pitches
- Number of permanent pitches
- Campsite suitable for disabled persons
- Eco campsite
* 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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Washing, washing-up, cooking
Food, drink and groceries
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Situation of campsite
Address & Route
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Campsite La Bien Assise
D231, avenue de la Libération
62340 / Guines
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From Calais A16, exit 43 to Guines D305. Follow signs in Guines. Site located on roundabout. From Boulonge exit 36 to Guines. From St. Omer take D943 to Ardres, then D231 past Guines. Follow signs to campsite.
Warning! Since July 13 2015, many French campsites are prohibited from installing their own signpost. We advise to use GPS-coordinates to locate the campsite.
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