We arrived there late, we managed to get there in a bit confusing way to the camping. Once we got there it was all fine and easy. We ordered a bread for the next day morning and it was there. We managed to take the pitch with best possible view - no other campers around us, and undisturbed view of the lake, up the hill. It was fine for one night stay, do not know about staying there for longer, but if we were not rushed home afterwards, probably we would stay one more night to enjoy the lazy time at the lake. And as in most places in France - their version of speaking english is a bit hmm... It is overstatement.
Very nicely situated on the edge of Naussac lake at Langogne, it is a camping/chalets/hotel site all rolled into one, with the hotel part serving also as a bar, restaurant and breakfast area. The three staff we came across were delightful. The rooms felt a little like a family youth hostel room, with two twin beds and a set of bunk beds, but that's not a complaint: they are clean, good-sized, the bathroom is adequate, and the internet works. There is a small TV, but no coffee/tea maker or safe. The views looking out onto the lake are a bonus, as are the easy walks alongside the lake. We had supper in the on-site restaurant: the season had not really got underway, which may explain the limited menu of 2 starters, 2 mains and 1 dessert (for €15.80), but at least the food was good and well presented. Breakfast was continental buffet style and very adequate: good value for just €9 each.…
We arrived at 10pm with a very tired baby in the car and it was like the whole place had packed up. When a confused looking bar man eventually let us in he didn't even bother to switch the lights on! We had make our way in the dark to a sad little room. I almost wish it hadn't been illuminated! The whole place looks tired and basic to the point of depressing. I almost expected someone to come round and ask me to strip my own bed at the end of my stay. The breakfast, and the fact that the staff extended breakfast hours just for us, was the saving grace and won them an extra star here. There's a nice walk around the lake but it's not the magical wilderness full of adventure activities that I had pictured.
We stayed at Les Terraces du Lac for one night as a member of a group. The hotel staff are very welcoming and helpful and our room was comfortable, very clean and quiet. We chose a room at the back of the hotel but it is still possible to enjoy the lake view from a communal terrace at first floor level or from the bar, terrace and restaurant. Our group had a set three course evening meal which was well presented and good value for money and the buffet breakfast was excellent with a wide choice of breads, cheeses, meats, fruits and sweet goods. We would certainly stay here again.
Whole hotel needs to open the doors and windows for some fresh air through. Unfortunately when I tried this in our room, I had smoke from the staff below wafting through the window. Thought it was cheeky to take our 5euro extra for a lake view room when only 3 of the 13 or so view rooms seemed occupied. I know it wasn't high season so they should be more welcoming for guests who do support them - staff seemed disinterested in us being there. Limited dinner menu was all out of the freezer. Premises old and in need of a paint job. Wifi very poor.