Alan Rogers Review
This campsite is now permanently closed.
In 1982, this became the first private enterprise campsite in Hungary. It offers a very pleasant outlook and peaceful stay at the start or end of your visit to this country, situated just 20 km. southeast of Györ, on a hillside with views across the valley to the Sokoro hills. The 70 numbered and hedged touring pitches (50 with 16A electricity, long leads necessary) are on terraces, generally fairly level but reached by fairly steep concrete access roads, with many trees and plants around. Some small hardstandings are provided. There are benches provided and a small, grass terrace below reception from where you can purchase beer, local wine and soft drinks. No English is spoken.
Occasional big stews are cooked in high season and the wine cellar in the village is recommended. On the edge of the village, it is just below the 1,000-year-old Benedictine monastery, which has guided tours and a library of 300,000 books. The site has its own stairway up to the monastery. At exactly ten o’clock, the last post can be heard and this means the site is officially closed for the night.
Good sanitary facilities are in a small building near reception and a larger unit halfway up the site. Curtained, hot showers with curtained communal changing. Cooking facilities. Bar (1/6-31/8). Shop. Recreation room with TV and games. Small play area and small pool (cleaned once a week). No charcoal barbecues.
- Accommodation to Rent
- American Motor Homes
- Bar on Site
- Fishing Nearby
- Childrens Play Area
- Facilities for disabled visitors
- Twin Axle Caravans Accepted
- Riding Nearby
- Outdoor Pool on Site
- Shop on Site
- Takeaway Food
- Pets allowed
- TV on Site
- Small Site
From no. 82 Györ-Veszprém road turn to Pannonhalma at Ecs. Site is well signed – the final approach road is fairly steep.
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Latitude Longitude 47.54915 17.7578
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