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La Blanquette

Europe France Aquitaine Dordogne

  • Laundry
  • Groups welcome
  • Adults only
  • Good walks nearby
Luxury camping in the idyllic Dordogne Valley

Oh to live on a French country estate.To throw open one’s windows and breathe in dawn’s mist before it fades away in time for morning birdsong. To see herds of deer frolicking among ancient woodland... (sigh). Luckily for all Gallic-bound glampers, such rural delights are not the exclusive preserve of the landed gentry.

Enviably situated in the quintessential Dordogne hamlet of Le Cambord (just 6km from Sarlat-La-Canéda), La Blanquette Glamping is nestled within a sprawling country pile. These ultra-luxurious, ultra-spacious twin bell tents, fittingly christened Chêne Vert and Truffe Noire (that's Green Oak and Black Truffle for us rosbifs), sleep four a piece and are found within their own tranquil woodland. The tents are decked out with proper double beds (Truffe Noire's is a king and the one in Chêne Vert is a double), jute matting, hand painted bedside tables and dreamy fairy lights (as if the air of enchantment needed adding to). Bedding is also provided.

While most of the accommodation is a dog-free zone, Truffe Noire is suitable for your four-legged friend. Set in it's own large pitch, it is completely fenced in with a grassy area for dogs to play and relax in. A large fenced in off-lead grassed exercise area in the heart of our woods is also in the works, so that dogs can run around to their heart's content!

A new addition to La Blanquette is the lovingly restored 1974 Castleton caravan, Chestnut. Complete with comfy double bed and fridge/freezer, plus an adjoining timber cabin housing a shower, cooking area and sofa, this cool vintage lodging is ideal for couples looking to go glamping in France in suave, retro style.

Outside, the thoughtful attention to detail continues. Each tent has its own private shower room located a handy (but respectful) 60 metres away. Each private shower hut has a loo, shower and wash hand basin and there are electric sockets for hair dryers or electric razors. Next to the shower rooms is a water fill-up point, a washing-up point and a shared use washing machine. Each tent is also treated to their own kitchen hut with a fridge, hob, grill and an outside dining area with barbecue. A waterproof shelter is provided for outside dining for the occasional summer rain shower.



2 x spacious (5 metre diameter) Bell Tents and 1 x beautifully refurbished vintage caravan. All have WiFi access; a private well-equipped kitchen with hob, grill and fridge; personal large shower room with electricity points; private outside dining area with barbecue; jute matting inside; super comfy beds; bed linen provided; solar powered lighting in tents and outside areas; shared swimming pool and sunbathing area. Welcome pack on arrival including: local wine, milk, bread, butter, tea, coffee and biscuits. Kayak, bike and canoe hire available on site. New for 2015, campers can also hire electric bikes.


The beautifully preserved 14th century town of Sarlat is a pleasure to walk around, especially during the spring and autumn, or early in the morning. The centre of the old town consists of impeccably restored stone buildings and is largely car-free. Sarlat has many many restaurants, bars and cafes and one of the many joys of staying near Sarlat is discovering them! As well as Sarlat, the Dordogne region of France offers many attractions for visitors including the Cathédrale St-Sacerdos and the Château de Marqueyssac.  

Food & Drink

La Blanquette is well equipped for cooking all your own food and there's no greater smell than than a BBQ mingling with the chestnuts and pines. Should you venture out, Sarlat has many restaurants, bars and cafes. You can't do the Dordogne without sampling some of the famous French cuisine. There is a restaurant, a farm shop (with freshly baked bread) and a health food store within walking distance (approximately 30 minutes walk).

Opening Times

May – September

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There are two bell tents and one vintage caravan available. One of the tents, Truffe Noir, is dog friendly.


Getting There

Nearby airports include:
Brive (45 minutes)
Bergerac (1h 15m)
Limoges (2h)
Bordeaux (2h 30m)
Toulouse (2h 30m)

La Blanquette is easily accessible by car - detailed directions are provided on booking

It takes about 8 hours to drive from us the channel tunnel

You can also get to us via train - Sarlat train station is only 5km away.


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