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Dordoge 2007



 
 
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Old August 1st 06, 08:46 PM posted to uk.rec.caravanning
Pete Hinchliffe
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Anyone been to this area? We are going next year and want a good site with
pool, suitable for grandkids but not over-developed like Siblu or Yelloh!
sites. Any ideas? Thinking of doing it as a two centre hol with
Vendee/Atlantic coast as the other leg. Any suggestions welcome.


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Old August 1st 06, 09:18 PM posted to uk.rec.caravanning
Pete Hinchliffe
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The subject should of course say 'Dordogne'

"Pete Hinchliffe" wrote in message
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Anyone been to this area? We are going next year and want a good site with
pool, suitable for grandkids but not over-developed like Siblu or Yelloh!
sites. Any ideas? Thinking of doing it as a two centre hol with
Vendee/Atlantic coast as the other leg. Any suggestions welcome.



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Old August 1st 06, 09:18 PM posted to uk.rec.caravanning
Pete Hinchliffe
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Default Dordoge 2007

The subject should of course say 'Dordogne'

"Pete Hinchliffe" wrote in message
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Anyone been to this area? We are going next year and want a good site with
pool, suitable for grandkids but not over-developed like Siblu or Yelloh!
sites. Any ideas? Thinking of doing it as a two centre hol with
Vendee/Atlantic coast as the other leg. Any suggestions welcome.



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Old August 1st 06, 09:18 PM posted to uk.rec.caravanning
Pete Hinchliffe
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Default Dordoge 2007

The subject should of course say 'Dordogne'

"Pete Hinchliffe" wrote in message
...
Anyone been to this area? We are going next year and want a good site with
pool, suitable for grandkids but not over-developed like Siblu or Yelloh!
sites. Any ideas? Thinking of doing it as a two centre hol with
Vendee/Atlantic coast as the other leg. Any suggestions welcome.



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Old August 4th 06, 08:31 AM posted to uk.rec.caravanning
Andy R
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Default Dordogne 2007


"Pete Hinchliffe" wrote in message
...
Anyone been to this area? We are going next year and want a good site
with pool, suitable for grandkids but not over-developed like Siblu or
Yelloh! sites. Any ideas? Thinking of doing it as a two centre hol with
Vendee/Atlantic coast as the other leg. Any suggestions welcome.


Try http://www.lecouderc.com/.

It's quite old fashioned in many ways. The
activities are peaceful, in the evenings you hear very little noise, most of
the families are sitting outside their tents/caravans reading to or playing
with the
kids. There are no slot machines etc. Daytime activities like sculpture,
painting, boules, sauna, swimming or just sitting around pass the time.
Daytime activities for the kids are things like learning circus skills,
painting, exploring the woods, playing by the lake etc. The kids usually
put on a circus show
once a week with the skills they've learnt.. In the evenings they'll
sometimes go off on a bat hunt or bug hunt or something and come back with
various distressed creatures.

We certainly wouldn't go back to 'conventional' camp/caravan sites again.

Rgds

Andy R


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Old August 4th 06, 08:31 AM posted to uk.rec.caravanning
Andy R
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Default Dordogne 2007


"Pete Hinchliffe" wrote in message
...
Anyone been to this area? We are going next year and want a good site
with pool, suitable for grandkids but not over-developed like Siblu or
Yelloh! sites. Any ideas? Thinking of doing it as a two centre hol with
Vendee/Atlantic coast as the other leg. Any suggestions welcome.


Try http://www.lecouderc.com/.

It's quite old fashioned in many ways. The
activities are peaceful, in the evenings you hear very little noise, most of
the families are sitting outside their tents/caravans reading to or playing
with the
kids. There are no slot machines etc. Daytime activities like sculpture,
painting, boules, sauna, swimming or just sitting around pass the time.
Daytime activities for the kids are things like learning circus skills,
painting, exploring the woods, playing by the lake etc. The kids usually
put on a circus show
once a week with the skills they've learnt.. In the evenings they'll
sometimes go off on a bat hunt or bug hunt or something and come back with
various distressed creatures.

We certainly wouldn't go back to 'conventional' camp/caravan sites again.

Rgds

Andy R


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Old August 4th 06, 08:31 AM posted to uk.rec.caravanning
Andy R
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Posts: 821
Default Dordogne 2007


"Pete Hinchliffe" wrote in message
...
Anyone been to this area? We are going next year and want a good site
with pool, suitable for grandkids but not over-developed like Siblu or
Yelloh! sites. Any ideas? Thinking of doing it as a two centre hol with
Vendee/Atlantic coast as the other leg. Any suggestions welcome.


Try http://www.lecouderc.com/.

It's quite old fashioned in many ways. The
activities are peaceful, in the evenings you hear very little noise, most of
the families are sitting outside their tents/caravans reading to or playing
with the
kids. There are no slot machines etc. Daytime activities like sculpture,
painting, boules, sauna, swimming or just sitting around pass the time.
Daytime activities for the kids are things like learning circus skills,
painting, exploring the woods, playing by the lake etc. The kids usually
put on a circus show
once a week with the skills they've learnt.. In the evenings they'll
sometimes go off on a bat hunt or bug hunt or something and come back with
various distressed creatures.

We certainly wouldn't go back to 'conventional' camp/caravan sites again.

Rgds

Andy R


 



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