At Campsite Le Clos Saint Nicolas in Le Bec-Hellouin (Eure) camping costs as little as €15,- per night during low season with CampingCard ACSI. At one of the 67 touring pitches you will get a discounted rate during the period 15-03-2017 - 09-07-2017 and 26-08-2017 - 15-10-2017. 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).
This three star campsite in idyllic surroundings and surrounded by trees will welcome you for a stay in the countryside in peace and tranquillity. A place to relax. 18 hole golf within 10 km. Indoor pool at the campsite. You can enjoy your holiday here in your caravan, motorhome or tent.
Extra discount: 7=6 / 14=12
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Average rating: 8.3Add a review
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What a lovely camp site. Lovely people at reception and bar and beautifully kept grounds. We have travelled from Calais to Spain twice this year and have visited this lovely campsite twice. The welcome at reception was great and the food served at the restaurant was exceptional, the steak and the mussels were the best we have had the entire length of France. Well done Camping Saint Nicolas. We will certainly be back next year. Thank you.
Used this site for one night on way back to ferry & after sitting in the car for hours in 31degrees, the pool was lovely & extremely welcome. Staff were friendly & very conscientious as when I went to collect the pre-ordered bread she wasn\'t satisfied with the quality & got some out of her house to sell me instead! I was very impressed.!! Pitches are lovely surrounded by apple trees & wished I could have stayed a couple more nights.
I will definitely use this site again but at the beginning of the holiday instead of a rushed visit at the end.
A lovely site. Flat grassy pitches, clean modern facilities, friendly and helpful staff and tasty cider. If only more sites were like this! Pleasant village nearby, Abbey worth a visit. Highly recommended.
Came here after reading the reviews and we are so glad we did.Intended to stay for one night and are now into 4th day.Weather has helped,but the whole ambience of the sight is its biggest asset.Staff couldn\'t be more helpful.Will definitely return.
Writing this review on site. Lovely campsite with very good facilities, very welcome covered swimming pool and nice restaurant. Had a lovely meal of at least a kilo of mussels, chips and bread & their own bottled cider! No sulphites! Staff tend to speak just French but helpful and friendly. Toilets and showers are good (remember to take your own toilet roll). Short walk down to pretty village. No shops within walking distance. Recommend the site for a short stopover.
We were in our own caravan and not at all sporty so can\'t assess the sporting facilities, nor did we have children with us. But WOW the site is absolutely lovely, everything you could wish for and only a short distance from Brionne, a nice little town to relax and watch the world go by. Will definitely recommend.
We used the site as a stop over for just one night but could stay a few nights in this nice relaxing atmosphere. Swimming pool and bar looked good but did not try out. Good touring pitches in an old Apple orchard. Quite a log way down small lanes from main roads to get to.
Writing this review whilst at the site after enjoying a huge bowl of mussels accompanied by lovely crispy chips at the site restaurant. There must have been at least a kilo of mussels. Including the chips and a basket of bread 12.50€ which is a bargain in France! Small menu but everything is made to order and looks great!
The site is well kept with large flat pitches with the odd apple tree for shade. And they sell cider made from their own apples in a bottle.
The toilet block is not huge but is lovely and clean.
The local village is a 10 minute stroll downhill through the woods. Wear sturdy shoes as its a bit rocky in places. The village is one if the prettiest in France and has an Abbey, church, a few restaurants and a help tourist office.
We walked from the village to Brionne on a 22km circular walk (leaflet at tourist office) through forests and woods. There is a cycle path too that seems to be well signed.
In summary a great family run site. Recommended for more than just an overnight stop.
lovely site convenient for 1st night after ferry or tunnel. Set in a lovely area.
good swimming pool - covered.
Food looked and smelled good, quite a simple menu. Had own food so did not use.
Always looking for a good first site in France after the Tunnel and this was a real find. Quite large well-drained pitches (though not hedged), heated toilet & shower block, food available even in April, free wi-fi and great dog walking opportunities in the woods around the site too. A magical early evening walk down the forest track opposite the site drew us towards the tolling bell for Evensong at the Abbey in Le Bec Hellouin just a short distance away. A choice of three restaurants in the village as well and a lot to explore locally. You\'ve probably gathered that we loved it!
- Period of opening
- 15-03-2017 till 15-10-2017
- 2.8 ha
- Number of touring pitches
- 67 (90 - 110m2)
- Number of permanent pitches
- Campsite suitable for disabled persons
* Facilities printed in bold are not included in the overnight rate. Supplementary charges will apply. (This does not mean that facilities which are not printed in bold are free!)
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Campsite Le Clos Saint Nicolas
15 rue St. Nicolas
27800 / Le Bec-Hellouin
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From the A28 exit 13, direction Brionne. Take the D581 towards Malleville-sur-le-Bec. The campsite is signposted.
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