Property Ref: 1665
Smoking Allowed: No
Pet Friendly: No
Disabled Facilities: No
Linen Provided: No
Double Glazing: Ask
Central Heating: Ask
Passes Included: Ask
Short Breaks: Ask
We've tried to make our mobile a real home from home by providing everything you need to kick back, relax and have a great holiday.
Bookings are normally from Saturday to Saturday. However, if you wish to arrive / depart during the week or would like to take a short break, please contact us and we will be happy to discuss this with you.
Our mobile home is designed with a central lounge and open plan kitchen area, giving a spacious and airy feel.
The kitchen features a full size cooker, microwave, full size fridge freezer and even a dishwasher, so no arguments about the washing up! The kitchen is fully stocked with a range of crockery, cutlery and cookware.
The comfortable lounge doubles as a dining area. A radio and TV/DVD player is provided for entertainment.
Please note, you cannot receive TV signals and DVD's are not provided (although we do have a few if you get stuck!)
The mobile home benefits from three bedrooms, great for families with more than 2.5 kids, those with older children who require their own rooms or for two couples holidaying together.
Bedroom 1 has a double bed with wardrobe, drawer unit, built in bedside cabinets. Bedroom 2 has twin beds with wardrobe, drawer unit and overbed storage. Bedroom 3 has bunk beds and a wardrobe.
Duvets & pillows are provided but please bring your own bed linen and towels.
To complete the inside there is of course the bathroom, which benefits from a shower with shallow bath suitable for bathing younger children, sink and toilet.
The mobile home sits on a spacious plot and we have added a deck with patio furniture, sun loungers and of course a BBQ, accessed from french windows off the lounge. The deck provides a great spot for al-fresco dining or just a peaceful place to sip a glass of wine. There is ample parking and space to play.
Any date periods marked in red are special offer late deals
|Fri 20 Jul 2018
||Fri 27 Jul 2018
||We can be flexible with dates and prices for this week and the following week starting 27/7/18 - please email me for further details
|Fri 27 Jul 2018
||Fri 03 Aug 2018
About the Area
Camping du QuinQuis is a 3 star privately owned site. The English owners, Carole & Andrew live on site and therefore if your French is a little rusty, don't worry help is on hand.
Before reading any further QuinQuis is not Butlin's in Brittany! The site is family oriented and the area does not boast night clubs so may not suitable for older teenage children or those looking for this type of entertainment.
QuinQuis is best described as located in a parkland setting with mature trees and hedges and open green spaces. Pitches are spacious which means you retain a sense of privacy.
The site has two heated swimming pools(one with Jacuzzi) and a children's pool. Reception is home to a small shop selling the basics and during high season bakery orders can be placed and collected here.
The bar, located next to the pools, provides a central meeting point for all ages and during high season there is regular evening entertainment including local bands.
There is a fantastic take away meal service during high season and for much of July and early September. The menu includes French & English selections along with childrens favourites.
There are two separate play areas and there is an open sports area including a football pitch. A Boules court and the only FootGolf course in Brittany.
A tennis court, table tennis tables and cycle hire complete the entertainment amenities.
Local Area Information
Camping du QuinQuis is just a mile from the village of Le Pouldu and its beautiful beaches.
The local area offers a range of attractions for those who like to get out and explore including riverside walks, cycle trails, canoeing and fishing.
Close by is Pont Aven, popular with artists, the fortress town of Concarneau or why not venture further and visit Carnac and its megalithic stones.
Lorient the main commercial centre provides a range of activities including ice skating and karting along with a submarine museum whilst Pont Scorff is home to a highly recommended zoo.
Throughout the year there are a variety of local festivals which usually take place on picturesque harbours. For 10 euro's you can enjoy a main course, dessert and wine whilst sharing a table with locals then dance the night away, often Breton style, under the stars.
Guidel, 10 minutes drive away is a must on Sunday mornings when the town hosts its weekly market.
All in all Camping du QuinQuis and the area offers something for everyone.
The nearest port is Roscoff (sailings from Plymouth) at under 2 hours but St Malo is just 2 hours 20 minutes from site and offers daily crossings from Portsmouth. Caen & Cherbourg, again from Portsmouth, offer drive times of 3.5 hours and 4.5 hours respectively due to improved motorway connections.