- 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
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Book with complete confidence at Camping Du Bas Meygnaud with the Glampingly Coronavirus Booking Guarantee. We guarantee the following clear policy for your booking:
- A low deposit of 30% to secure your booking
- Balance not due until 30 days before your holiday, in case of late changes to Coronavirus guidance
- Complete flexibility to move bookings up to the end of 2021 in the event of Coronavirus restrictions
- In the event of a lack of 2021 availability, switch your dates to 2022
- Due to low deposit and late balance payment, no refunds are offered
Features & 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.
Sometimes known as the ‘Venice of the Dordogne’, Brantôme is a lovely little town near the northern edge of the region. Perhaps this billing is exaggerated, however the town has an undeniably charming mix of medieval and Renaissance architecture to admire. On the banks of the Dromme river (just outside Brantóme) lies Les Jardins Tranquille, a lovely garden, which offers exactly what it says – tranquility. The garden's nine acres have large, English-style borders, shady wooded areas and a lovely stretch along the edge of the river. Sorges is a small village not far from Perigueux with a particularly attractive church, which sits on a pleasant square. Sorges is known as the 'truffle capital' and boasts a recently renovated museum (0033 553 059 011), offering an interesting and playful look at the world of truffles.
Food & Drink
There’s an onsite restaurant, serving regional food and a variety of snacks. Fresh bread from the local baker is delivered each morning in July and August, and campers can also make their own pizza. Nearby Brantôme boasts plenty of excellent eateries, including Hostellerie Du Perigord Vert (0033 553 057 058); Cote Riviere (0033 553 466 030) – with tables over looking the pretty River Dronne; and La Recre Gourmande (0033 553 457 704) where Colette and Yann welcome you to their beautiful 17th-century home.
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From Paris there are 2 routes: take the A20 to Limoges then the N21 to Thiviers. In Thiviers follow the signs to Brantôme (D707, D78). From Brantôme follow the signs to Périgueux (D939) and 4 kms after Brantôme turn right at Laserre. Or, take the A10 Bordeaux, until Poitiers, then the N10 to Angoulème. After Angoulème follow the D939 towards Périgueux. The road will take you on the Brantôme by-pass. 4 kms after Brantôme turn right at Laserre. From Bordeaux: take the A89 Brive-La Gaillarde to exit 14 then follow the signs to Périgueuxand then Brantôme (D939). 4 kms before Brantôme turn left at Laserre. From Clermont Ferrand: take the A89 to Périgueux, to exit 15 then follow the signs to Périgueux, Brantôme and then Brantôme (D939). 4 kms befor Brantôme turn left at Laserre.