Woodland Cabane

At Camping Du Bas Meygnaud

Camping du Bas Meygnaud, 24310 Valeuil Brantome, Dordogne, France

  • Sleeps 2 (max 2 adults, 0 children)
  • Cooking facilities
  • Beds Provided
  • Bed Linen Provided
Shaded by pines on the edge of a campsite in the Dordogne, this little shepherds-hut style cabin offers a romantic snug for two.

  • Sleeping and living space inside a wooden cabin
  • One of a few glamping options on this site with plenty of facilities including a pool and restaurant
  • Great location for exploring this area of rural France, just 4km from Brantome

This information was supplied by Camping Du Bas Meygnaud

Located on the outskirts of the campsite, and nestled amongst the trees, these Roulotte style Woodland Cabanes are a little haven of peace and tranquility.
Enjoy the great outdoors within the comfort of this cute Cabane perfect for a couple, and comes fully equipped. The sanitary blocks are a short stroll away.
Camping du Bas Meygnaud is peaceful and calm with a real family friendly vibe.
With an organic garden and beehive, you can enjoy these tasty treats in your own cooking, or you can enjoy the locally sourced cooking on site and even the wood-fired pizzas are all hand crafted.
During the high season - July & August, the local bakery delivers freshly baked bread to the campsite - ensuring a delicious start to your day!
The activities to keep the little ones amused are endless: swimming pool, play park, volley ball, badminton, table tennis, boules etc... bikes can also be hired on site for you to enjoy exploring some of the nature trails around the campsite, taking you through forests or by lakes, there is plenty to discover.
For those searching for a little more adrenaline you can enjoy rock climbing, canoeing, mountain biking or hiking in the surrounding hills.
The Parc Regional Perigord-Limousin, is known for its green landscapes, but also its culture and history with towns such as Bergerac, Sarlat and Perigueux to explore and visit. The truffle museum in Sorges is a must for any mushroom aficionado!
Music nights in the high season make for a sociable soirée, where you can either sit back and enjoy the music, or get involved by bringing your own instrument to play!
A stay at Camping du Bas Meygnaud will leave you and the family feeling revived and relaxed, ensuring everyone leaves with a smile on their face!
Please be aware that there will be a taxe de séjour to be paid in French campsites. This Holiday Accommodation Tourist Tax for your holiday must to be paid in the campsite with a minimum and maximum range set between from €0.20 to €1.50 person/night.

About Camping Du Bas Meygnaud

Quiet and shady camping in the heart of the Dronne Valley

Our campsite is situated in the heart of the Dronne Valley. Brantôme "The venise of the Périgord" is just 4km away. Camping du Bas Meygnaud is quiet and shady with 50 pitches. We promote respect for both the environment and fellow campers.

From the campsite there are several routes and pathways for cycling and walking. Forests, hills, lakes, rivers and rocks provide a lot of natural activities. Locally there is plenty to do: You can visit the botanic garden of Brantôme, Alaije; there is a truffel museum in Sorges, and several water mills in the area where you can learn how to make flour and walnut oil; Brantôme "la Venise de Périgord" has a Benedictine abbey; and, of course, there are the famous caves of Lascaux.

At the campsite you will also find bike rental, a swimmingpool, a playground, a volleyball court, badminton and table tennis, plus a boules pitch.

Glamping Site Facilities

50 tent pitches, 2 furnished chalets, 2 mobile homes and tents available to rent. Modern and clean bathroom facilities (showers, sinks, flushing loos) and a baby changing room. Reception where you can find information on the local area, including sporting activities and cultural events. Swimming pool, bike rental, playground, volleyball court, badminton, table tennis and jeu de boules. Grocery shop, bar, restaurant, barbeque and Wi-Fi. Organic garden, herb garden and beehive for campers to visit.

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