Alan Rogers Review
Situated on the edge of the fascinating fortified town of Domfront, this small site has 34 individual pitches on a series of level terraces and a separate open grassy area for tents. The nine pitches nearest the entrance are all hardstandings separated by grass and with 10A electricity. Grass pitches on the lower levels, divided by shrubs and hedges, have 5A electricity and most have water and waste water points. The site is cared for by a lady warden who keeps everything immaculate and is justifiably proud of the entries in her visitors’ book.
Excellent sanitary facilities include British style toilets and some washbasins in cubicles. Facilities for disabled visitors. Washing machine. Motorcaravan services outside gate (small charge). No separate chemical disposal point, but a notice tells visitors where to empty toilet cassettes. Bread and pastries to order (July/Aug). TV. Boules. Play area. Double-axle caravans not accepted under any circumstances; American RVs can be accommodated.
- Bicycle Hire Nearby
- Childrens Play Area
- Fishing Nearby
- Golf Nearby
- Facilities for disabled visitors
- Pets allowed
- TV on Site
Domfront is on the N176 Alençon-Mont-St Michel road and site is just off this to the south of town; signed to the right up the hill towards town centre (or the left leaving town heading west).