Site no: LR013
based on a customer satisfaction survey
A delightful, family-run Castels parc, in a peaceful rural setting opposite the River Loire.
L’Etang de la Brèche is five miles from the market town of Saumur. With an upmarket country club atmosphere the parc is extremely well maintained by the owners. There are also spacious grounds for children to explore and a swimming pool complex with four pools surrounded by a pleasant sun terrace. Beautiful old stone buildings surround a courtyard housing a shop, oakbeamed bar and elegant conservatory restaurant. Local trains can sometimes be heard from the parc.
The following facilities are available:
Some facilities remain closed in low season, please check at the time of booking if there is an activity or facility which is key for your holiday.
28/04/2013 - 15/09/2013
20/05/2013 - 02/09/2013
Twisty with high sides and passes under the slide
Narrow with a small bump in the middle
Supervision is compulsory, only children older than 8
Minimum size 1.20m supervised by parents
Depth: 0.10m - 0.30m
Depth: 0.40m - 1.20m
Depth: 1.50m - 1.50m
Depth: 0.90m - 1.10m
Regulations: Shorts not allowed, T-shirts not allowed, Inflatables not allowed, Parental supervision required
We know that the essential ingredient to a relaxing holiday is the standard of accommodation. And with Keycamp you'll find the very best. Our variety of accommodation is of a very high standard, designed with comfort and style in mind and are fully-equipped with everything you need for a relaxed self-catering holiday.
Details of accommodation which can found on this parc is listed below. Use the search form to check availability of accommodation (with or without decking/air conditioning) for your chosen holiday dates.
There are 240 pitches on this site.
11/05/2013 - 07/09/2013
Shade: Some have some.
Some of the pitches are separated.
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However you wish to get there, we can help create the ideal itinerary to suit you
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If you're flying to your chosen destination, why not start your holiday hassle free with pre-booked secure airport parking.
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The following activities are available:
Open 28/04/2013 - 15/09/2013
9 hole course
Fresh water fishing (Carp, catfish, zander)
2 full size courts, Synthetic
1 five-a-side pitch
Open 08/05/2013 - 12/09/2013
Open 13/05/2013 - 11/09/2013
1 size court, Synthetic grass
Site arranged tournaments available
Kids just want to have fun...whatever age they are. With our holiday clubs there's fun and games to keep everyone happy. Our fantastic kids' clubs provide the perfect place to let them have bags of fun and expend some of that boundless energy in a safe and happy environment.
Sports and games on offer are geared to the different age groups, so there's no chance of the kids getting bored. The relaxed and friendly nature of parc life makes it easy for them to mingle and make new friends.
Our children's clubs are a brilliant rendezvous for socialising and some serious fun under the watchful eye of our children's couriers. Our clubs offer a safe and secure environment for all ages.
Open:01/07/2013 - 31/08/2013
For families who prefer the holiday atmosphere of a small to medium campsite, but still want plenty of organised fun for the kids, there's Fun Station for All.
Sports and Crafts
Languages spoken: Major EU languages
The following local attractions are available:
This area is famous for its excellent wine, grown on the banks of the Loire, and is also well known for its mushroom caves and troglodyte houses built into limestone cliffs. The zoo at Doué-la-Fontaine has many wild animals roaming free and is extremely popular with families.
Futuroscope is the European theme park of the moving image. It is both fun and educational and the futuristic buildings house many attractions. Almost 25 million visitors since 1987. 140,000 miles of film are projected each year. An excellent selection of services including many restaurants, baby changing, cash machines, parking, shops etc.
Zoo set in 10 hectares of land, with approximately 500 animals.
A reconstruction of an 18th century village with villagers in costume. The ruins of a 13th century chateau where you can watch a fabulous falconry display or see the Vikings at war. You can spend hours wandering the grounds and gardens. The evening show is an incredible open-air night show with 850 people and 50 horsemen.
This museum celebrates the history of the tank from 1917 to today. There are over 800 tanks and military vehicles from all over the world of which 200 are in working condition.
Château d' Ussé was the inspiration for the tale of Sleeping Beauty. Situated on the edge of the forest of Chinon, the present château was built in the 15th century. Gothic and Renaissance architecture. The old chapel and large gallery house many 11th century tapestries.
Built at the end of the 11th Century. Before the French Revolution it was the most important and richest Abbey in France. Served as a prison between 1804-1965. Now home to the cultural centre for the west of France. Surrounded by beautiful gardens.
Built on an island by the Indre River in the early 16th Century. The castle is a mixture of two great styles - French and Italian Renaissance. The interior is preserved as a renaissance museum. It houses a collection of 16th and 17th Century Flemish tapestries.
Château de Chinon is mostly in ruins but is impressive for the views it offers over the Vienne valley. Visited by Joan of Arc to persuade Charles VII to regain his kingdom. Richard the lionheart died here in 1199.
Rochemenier is a troglodyte (cave dwelling) village. Two ancient farms containing several hundred agricultural implements and pieces of furniture. An underground chapel and troglodyte house which demonstrates how it is still possible to live in this kind of dwelling. Guided tours available.
Situated in a wine cellar, this museum explains the process of wine-making through miniature models. Wine tasting included in the entrance fee.
Find out more about Loire, France
Only conventional swimwear, such as swimming trunks are allowed in the pool.
Maximum number of vehicles: 1
Dogs are allowed on this site. Must be kept on a leash. Maximum of 2. Dogs are allowed in : All accommodation types except Prestiges and Vistas.
This Parc has facilities for disabled people. Please contact our Customer Sales Staff for more information.
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Keycamp is a trading name of Greenbank Holidays Ltd. Registered office: Hartford Manor, Greenbank Ln, Northwich, Cheshire CW8 1HW England. Registered in England: 1160442. Keycamp Ireland office: 78-80 South Mall, Cork, Eire.