Camping in Brittany has long been a firm favourite with both French and British holiday-makers. Now you can do it in style at the Château de Galinée, a beautiful campsite in the grounds of a 19th century manor house. The 14 hectare site offers plenty of room for a range of different kinds of accommodation: large pitches for tents, chalets, gypsy caravan-style trailers, not to mention mobile homes, some of which are specifically designed to cater to disabled guests (see below).

This mobile home with 2 bedrooms for disabled people is designed with convenience in mind


There are plenty of fun activities to get involved in too, including various sports, kids’ clubs, fishing and swimming in the indoor pool and aquapark. Evening entertainment is laid on during the summertime in the shape of concerts in the bar/restaurant. And why not take the opportunity of the Château de Galinée’s strategic location to discover the north of Brittany? The sea is close at hand, and with it, some of France’s loveliest seaside resorts, including Dinard and St. Malo. For outstanding natural beauty, head to Cap Fréhel, with its impressive cliffs. And if you want a change from the ocean, you can strike inland to Dinan, a picture-perfect walled town.