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56 quai de Bernouet, 17400, Saint-Jean-d'Angely France
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#2 of 5 Speciality lodging in Saint-Jean-d'Angely
Property amenities
Free parking
Free High Speed Internet (WiFi)
Breakfast available
Bicycle rental
Children's playground
Children Activities (Kid / Family Friendly)
Paid wifi
Outdoor pool
Kids' meals
Outdoor dining area
Snack bar
Game room
Mini golf
Water park
Canoeing offsite
Table tennis
Board games / puzzles
Kids' outdoor play equipment
Highchairs available
Pets Allowed ( Dog / Pet Friendly )
BBQ facilities
Convenience store
Non-smoking hotel
Outdoor furniture
Picnic area
Shared lounge / TV area
Sun loungers / beach chairs
Express check-in / check-out
Clothes dryer
Washing machine
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Room features
Private balcony
Coffee / tea maker
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Languages Spoken
English, French, Spanish
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steve p wrote a review Nov 2020
15 contributions10 helpful votes
We spent over a decade visiting St Jean staying at our brother in law's house. A lovely town, great restaurants, lots to see both nearby and further afield. Well worth a week's stay. We haven't stayed at this campsite but have seen it from outside and love the location by the lake - which we invariably visited at least once during each holiday. Now the house is sold we may well come back, this time to stay at the site.
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Date of stay: December 2019
Response from camping Val de Boutonne, Directeur général at Camping Val de Boutonne
Responded 3 Dec 2020
Thank you very much for your comment. We hope to see you soon in our campsite. Have nice Christams holidays.
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Michael A wrote a review Aug 2019
Manchester, United Kingdom4 contributions
This could be a nice stop over camp site if the swimming pool was open throughout the day, the rules about entering the pool were more relaxed, and the staff were friendlier. Our children want to go to the pool a number of times during the day. It was either closed or we were not allowed to supervise them unless we strip to our swimming costumes and showered in front of officious staff. Trying to explain that sometimes we just wanted to watch the kids and read fell on deaf ears. There is an outside desk but you cannot see the pool so that is unsafe. If you like to undress, shower and dress half a dozen times a day then you will be fine. Alternatively you could just wear speedos all day long but I am sure that would breach the hygiene rules too. Some common sense would be welcome.
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Date of stay: August 2019Trip type: Travelled with family
Response from Valdeboutonne, Propriétaire at Camping Val de Boutonne
Responded 5 Aug 2019
Thank you for your opinion. We are not deaf to your requests, but there are some rules to respect .... And how to better monitor his child than to be by his side in the pool or ready to jump in a swimsuit? Dressed, it seems difficult ... And we must not forget to mention that we do not have a lifeguard, so you are solely responsible for your child .... And to please him, we can take a shower and put in a swimsuit.The rules are on our website, you can have it before to arrive, and next time you'll be not desappointed. But when you stop, just for one night, you can adapt to situations, the holidays are at the end of your road ... Where you will certainly find more and more often the same rules. Thank you for your visit and I hope you enjoy your holidays.
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twyford4 wrote a review Jul 2019
Devon, United Kingdom9 contributions2 helpful votes
Stayed here for one night travelling south to north. Perfect location literally minutes off the motorway with easy access. Town looked nice with lake but didn't have time to explore. Nice facilities and a lovely clean well cared for pool. They are very clear that shorts not permitted in the pool and while we were there an Englishman kicked off about this - but it's their pool and we felt his behaviour was unreasonable. Nice easy check in, bread orders taken, quiet spot.
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Date of stay: July 2019Trip type: Travelled as a couple
Response from Valdeboutonne, Propriétaire at Camping Val de Boutonne
Responded 3 Jul 2019
Thanks so much for your opinion. Thans for all. May be we see you again on the way for others holidays.
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Basse-Normandy wrote a review Oct 2018
Caen, France18 contributions3 helpful votes
We have stayed at this campsite as a night stop on several occasions and it now deserves my 4 stars especially due to the wonderful new toilet block absolutely fantastic. It would have earned from me 5 stars if the owners were not so miserable neither of them can hardly crack a smile. The first time we visited we unfortunately queried (yes we were polite) the need for the production of ID. Well you would have thought by the owners reaction that we had threatened them with physical violence. We were after all only staying one night and paid up front. We also have an ASCI card and the site's write up in the ACS book clearly states that an ASCI card is acceptable and ID is not required. We have never in all our years (16) of camping in France been asked to produce ID when checking into a campsite. It may be that as we normally pay in advance they do not have to worry that we will sneak off without paying. Please may I stress it was not the asking for the ID that was the problem it was the reaction of the owners to our request for clarification that was so surprising. As said for us it is a good overnight stop.
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Date of stay: September 2018Trip type: Travelled as a couple
Response from Valdeboutonne, Propriétaire at Camping Val de Boutonne
Responded 7 Nov 2018
I thank you for your opinion and your visit within our establishment. We are delighted to see that our new toilets please you so much. We do not understand that you are shocked by the request for a piece of identification to make your entry card. I'm surprised you have never been asked for ID before. Since the attacks in Paris, the hotel providers have the obligation (French law) to have a police record drawn up with your identity, your address, your phone, your e-mail etc. We stop at the ID because we think that with the coordinates of your room the police can find what it wants there is a problem on our campsite, or even a terrible tragic weather event. You are on vacation, you do not think about it and that's good. We collaborate with ACSI and we do not ask for ID if you have the ACSI ID card and not only the paper discount card. I come back from holidays, in each hotel and each campsite where we went, we were asked not one but our two pieces of identities. I do not feel physically attacked during a refusal, I always explain the why of things. These are the other campsites that do not do their job, it's a shame. but there is no aggresion to ask for a piece of identification and to do our work, especially since we do not keep your piece, we only consult it. I hope that you will have the pleasure to stop again at our campsite and that you will understand that we are only doing what the law obliges us to do. And I hope that you can change your opinion on our society.
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Neil C wrote a review Aug 2018
East Sussex, United Kingdom201 contributions74 helpful votes
This site has a really nice feel to it. It is located right next to a beautiful lake and river with a lovely park next to it. The kids loved it. The site is well kept and the although the pitch was small we had enough room to set up the campervan. The swimming pool is small, but nice to cool off in. They are strict about showering and the clothes not being worn etc. There was a little stall set up selling local produce when we were there and a free bouncy castle. The BBQ area was well situated and the shower and toilet block was well kept. No loo roll though, so take some with you. A nice stop over on the way back from SW France.
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Date of stay: August 2018Trip type: Travelled with family
Response from Valdeboutonne, Propriétaire at Camping Val de Boutonne
Responded 22 Aug 2018
Thank you very much for all you have said. And thanks for your staying in our campsite.
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Frequently Asked Questions about Camping Val de Boutonne
Which popular attractions are close to Camping Val de Boutonne?
Nearby attractions include La Construction Pharaonique, Les Outils (1.3 km), Rum Runners (1.3 km), and Musee des Cordeliers (1.2 km).
What are some of the property amenities at Camping Val de Boutonne?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include free wifi, a pool, and free parking.
What food & drink options are available at Camping Val de Boutonne?
Guests can enjoy breakfast, barbeque facilities, and an outdoor dining area during their stay.
Is parking available at Camping Val de Boutonne?
Yes, free parking is available to guests.
What are some restaurants close to Camping Val de Boutonne?
Conveniently located restaurants include La Goule Beneze, Hotel Restaurant de la Place, and Le Scorlion.
Are there opportunities to exercise at Camping Val de Boutonne?
Yes, guests have access to a pool during their stay.
Are any cleaning services offered at Camping Val de Boutonne?
Yes, a clothes dryer and a washing machine are offered to guests.
Are pets allowed at Camping Val de Boutonne?
Yes, pets are typically allowed, but it's always best to call ahead to confirm.
Which languages are spoken by the staff at Camping Val de Boutonne?
The staff speaks multiple languages, including English, Spanish, and French.
Are there any historical sites close to Camping Val de Boutonne?
Many travellers enjoy visiting Tour de l'Horloge (1.4 km) and Eglise De La Nativite De La Sainte-Vierge (5.0 km).
Is Camping Val de Boutonne accessible?
Yes, it offers wheelchair access and reduced mobility rooms. For specific enquiries, we recommend calling ahead to confirm.