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Overnight Stop In St Malo



 
 
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Old August 5th 06, 04:29 PM posted to uk.rec.caravanning
cbjroms
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Default Overnight Stop In St Malo

We are booked on a morning ferry out of St Malo in September. Can anyone
recommend a nice, clean local site that takes caravans?

Thanks in anticipation.

Chris


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Old August 5th 06, 05:00 PM posted to uk.rec.caravanning
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"cbjroms" wrote in message
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We are booked on a morning ferry out of St Malo in September. Can anyone
recommend a nice, clean local site that takes caravans?

Thanks in anticipation.

Chris

Cherrueix France
Stayed here when we were waiting for CC to get us home when the landrover
broke for the second time in 6 days.
Could not have been more helpful and refused to take a monies for storing
the van and moving it to there own home for safe keeping for a week.
Clean and quiet. They have two sites in the village 8 miles east of st Marlo
on the coast.

http://www.campingsbretagne.com/camp...tenzor/f1.html

http://www.campingsbretagne.com/camp...aumone/f1.html





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Old August 5th 06, 05:00 PM posted to uk.rec.caravanning
Peter
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Default Overnight Stop In St Malo


"cbjroms" wrote in message
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We are booked on a morning ferry out of St Malo in September. Can anyone
recommend a nice, clean local site that takes caravans?

Thanks in anticipation.

Chris

Cherrueix France
Stayed here when we were waiting for CC to get us home when the landrover
broke for the second time in 6 days.
Could not have been more helpful and refused to take a monies for storing
the van and moving it to there own home for safe keeping for a week.
Clean and quiet. They have two sites in the village 8 miles east of st Marlo
on the coast.

http://www.campingsbretagne.com/camp...tenzor/f1.html

http://www.campingsbretagne.com/camp...aumone/f1.html





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Old August 5th 06, 05:00 PM posted to uk.rec.caravanning
Peter
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Default Overnight Stop In St Malo


"cbjroms" wrote in message
...
We are booked on a morning ferry out of St Malo in September. Can anyone
recommend a nice, clean local site that takes caravans?

Thanks in anticipation.

Chris

Cherrueix France
Stayed here when we were waiting for CC to get us home when the landrover
broke for the second time in 6 days.
Could not have been more helpful and refused to take a monies for storing
the van and moving it to there own home for safe keeping for a week.
Clean and quiet. They have two sites in the village 8 miles east of st Marlo
on the coast.

http://www.campingsbretagne.com/camp...tenzor/f1.html

http://www.campingsbretagne.com/camp...aumone/f1.html





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Old August 7th 06, 08:53 AM posted to uk.rec.caravanning
Stephen Reed
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Default Overnight Stop In St Malo

You could also try Domaine des Ormes. Ideal if you have kids with you as
there are plenty of activities.
www.lesormes.com

It's about 1/2 hour drive to the port.

Steve
"Peter" wrote in message
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"cbjroms" wrote in message
...
We are booked on a morning ferry out of St Malo in September. Can anyone
recommend a nice, clean local site that takes caravans?

Thanks in anticipation.

Chris

Cherrueix France
Stayed here when we were waiting for CC to get us home when the landrover
broke for the second time in 6 days.
Could not have been more helpful and refused to take a monies for storing
the van and moving it to there own home for safe keeping for a week.
Clean and quiet. They have two sites in the village 8 miles east of st
Marlo on the coast.

http://www.campingsbretagne.com/camp...tenzor/f1.html

http://www.campingsbretagne.com/camp...aumone/f1.html







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Old August 7th 06, 08:53 AM posted to uk.rec.caravanning
Stephen Reed
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Posts: 52
Default Overnight Stop In St Malo

You could also try Domaine des Ormes. Ideal if you have kids with you as
there are plenty of activities.
www.lesormes.com

It's about 1/2 hour drive to the port.

Steve
"Peter" wrote in message
...

"cbjroms" wrote in message
...
We are booked on a morning ferry out of St Malo in September. Can anyone
recommend a nice, clean local site that takes caravans?

Thanks in anticipation.

Chris

Cherrueix France
Stayed here when we were waiting for CC to get us home when the landrover
broke for the second time in 6 days.
Could not have been more helpful and refused to take a monies for storing
the van and moving it to there own home for safe keeping for a week.
Clean and quiet. They have two sites in the village 8 miles east of st
Marlo on the coast.

http://www.campingsbretagne.com/camp...tenzor/f1.html

http://www.campingsbretagne.com/camp...aumone/f1.html







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Old August 7th 06, 08:53 AM posted to uk.rec.caravanning
Stephen Reed
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Posts: 52
Default Overnight Stop In St Malo

You could also try Domaine des Ormes. Ideal if you have kids with you as
there are plenty of activities.
www.lesormes.com

It's about 1/2 hour drive to the port.

Steve
"Peter" wrote in message
...

"cbjroms" wrote in message
...
We are booked on a morning ferry out of St Malo in September. Can anyone
recommend a nice, clean local site that takes caravans?

Thanks in anticipation.

Chris

Cherrueix France
Stayed here when we were waiting for CC to get us home when the landrover
broke for the second time in 6 days.
Could not have been more helpful and refused to take a monies for storing
the van and moving it to there own home for safe keeping for a week.
Clean and quiet. They have two sites in the village 8 miles east of st
Marlo on the coast.

http://www.campingsbretagne.com/camp...tenzor/f1.html

http://www.campingsbretagne.com/camp...aumone/f1.html







 



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