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Les Alicourts Resort
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Reviewed July 15, 2014

Just back from the most peaceful, relaxing holiday in Les Alicourts. Bonus this year was a great and engaging mini club with excellent staff. Kids wanted to go back again and again. A magical place that's a world away from our busy urban lives.

Room Tip: Chalets seem to be older but roomy. Cottages more modern and pitch size is smaller in many cases.
  • Stayed: July 2014, traveled with family
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1  Thank MissMulligan
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Reviewed July 7, 2014

Just spent a great week at Les Alicourts with Eurocamp in a 3-bed classic caravan with our two young children (1 and 4). Great pool, bar, restaurant, snack bar and kids club with some really enthusiastic entertainment reps. Eurocamp caravan was great - well kitted out and clean on arrival. Eurocamp reps were fine - we never really needed them but they were always about if you did. Not sure what the place would be like during school holidays (it was about a quarter full) but we will be back to find out! Others we spoke to who had come from other sites commented that Les Alicourts was better than where they had come from.

Intermarche in LaMotte-Beauvron (about 10kms away) is well stocked and the ZooParc Beauval is well worth a visit - bit of a drive but best zoo we have ever been to.

All in all, a lovely time had by both adults and children.

  • Stayed: June 2014, traveled with family
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2  Thank hmunson
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Reviewed June 26, 2014

We were two 50-somethings staying at Les Alicourts in mid-June, enjoying lovely summer weather. We stayed in a Eurocamp Classic-plus caravan that was spotlessly clean, well-equipped and very comfortable with its own deck complete with barbecue. The park, likewise, was spotless, well-maintained, great facilities (particularly for families with small children), restful and relaxed. The pools were lovely and the lake swimming was a great alternative. Our eurocamp rep was friendly and helpful, and keen that we should enjoy our stay. We did and would recommend this site,

A few tips -
1. the site is in a secluded, wooded setting. There are no nearby villages or towns to stroll to if you fancy somewhere different for a meal, for example. You have to use your car. On the other hand the secluded location meant a peaceful setting.
2. the site restaurant has an 'international' menu, designed not to offend. Price-wise it compares reasonably well with restaurants in Salbris, 16 kms away, and offers a children's menu. If you want authentic French cuisine and/or dining experience, there are alternatives (see below).
3. We found three restaurants in Brinon (7 kms) and tried two. Café Labbe offered unpretentious, tasty and well-priced cuisine in a rustic setting. Monsieur was very helpful and I think children would love its quaintness. We also ate at Auberge Seven where Madame speaks excellent English. It's wise to book and offers set-price dinner menus at around 19 euros for three courses. It's child-friendly, serves good food and the service was excellent.

We visited several places but loved the Parc Floral de la Source at Orleans. With its little train, butterfly house, aviaries, small animals section, lakes, lawns and playground, kids would love it too.

  • Stayed: June 2014, traveled as a couple
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7  Thank Jill1307
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Reviewed June 22, 2014 via mobile

We had an amazing holiday, we have a 2 and 4 year old they loved it. We cycled around the lake, went swimming, spent hours in the great park and we all enjoyed the family disco.. A very relaxing place to stay, our son also enjoyed the holiday club. The restaurant and take away were good and good value, we will definitely return.

  • Stayed: June 2014
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3  Thank Thinkwithmystomach
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Reviewed June 2, 2014

We stayed at les alicourts this may half term. We travelled with Canvas holidays and stayed in one of their tents. I was surprised by how few tents there were on site - canvas have a few, eurocamp seemed to have none. There were a few independent tents/motorhomes - more as the week went on - but the majority of the site was caravans/cabins/whatever they are called!
We had very mixed weather - sometimes sunny sometimes thunderstorms. But the tent didn't leak and everything seemed to dry off quickly so rain wasn't a major problem. We got a free 'mini campers' pack with Canvas which included a travel cot and a high chair for our 2 yr old. We took our own sheets/pillowcases/towels as the linen pack seemed a bit expensive. We also took sleeping bags and glad we did as it was very cold some nights and the blankets provided on their own would not have been warm enough. If you are camping I would recommend taking a bath mat if you have room to make getting out of the hot showers into cool air easier. The kids bathroom was amazing - heated and very clean, small sized everything. The adult toilets and showers were ok, better than most campsites I have stayed in. I took a handtowel for each bathroom trip - no paper towels are provided I think you are supposed to dry your hands on loo roll.
Our eldest (age 4) went to the Canvas kids club every day - she loved it and the reps were really friendly and energetic. I was very impressed that this was included in the price of the holiday. We also tried the 'mini disco' which was on in the bar every night at 8pm. That was quite good fun.
Most days were spent with trips to the pool - mostly the indoor one as the outdoor pool wasn't heated. Some kids were swimming in it, but ours can't swim and need us to go in with them and there was no way we were swimming in the cold! There are no changing rooms for the pool - its just a 'leave your shoes at the gate' set up. As our tent was only a minutes walk from the pool this was fine for us. Just wrap up in a towel and walk back to the tent to get changed. Aquaerobics in the pool led by Anthony was lots of fun.
We had a couple of hot days so paddling outside was ok then, there is also a small section of heated water outside. The lake was also nice for paddling and building sandcastle. Again some hardy children were swimming and boating. Hopefully mine will toughen up when they are older haha!! There are 2 decent playgrounds based in big sandpits. Also a 'babyroom' with soft play stuff and other toys.
We hired a yellow car thing (8 euros for half an hour so not cheap) and pedalled round the campsite. Most lodges on the outskirts of the site seemed to be empty - i think this site would get very busy when its full in summer. There are some really nice camping plots facing the lake and making the most of the setting sun in the evening. Our plot was lovely and shaded under a tree which would be great in the full sun of a hot summer but I was craving some sunshine!
We took bikes/scooters etc as did most kids it seemed - and it was quite flat and safe for the kids to play.
We got fresh bread each morning from the shop, but otherwise shopped at the supermarket in the nearby town. We didn't try any of the campsite restaurant or takeaway food places. We got a bbq with our tent so that was fine for us.
We would definitely go back to this site, and we will definitely book with Canvas again. We are thinking of trying another site next year as it was a long journey for us. We got off ferry at calais at 12pm and didn't arrive at campsite till 7pm - yes we had a few stops at aires but its still a very long (and boring imo) drive.

  • Stayed: May 2014, traveled with family
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6  Thank Alex J
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