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Siblu Villages - Domaine de Kerlann
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Reviewed September 17, 2012

We are a family of 5 with 3 young kids aged 3, 2 and 5 months old. We stayed on site from the 1st -14th of September in a 3 bedroom mobile. We didnt book through Siblu we sub rented from a lady who owned a mobile on the site,
The pool facilities were absolutely fantastic, our girls loved it, both the indoor and the outdoor pools. The girls loved the slides, and the games that the lifeguards did in the pool at the specified times during the day. The pool was very well maintained, 3 lifeguards on duty the whole time, who were very friendly especially Claude, so it was a very safe environment.
The girls loved the kids club, Bubbles, Amy was great with them, and very entertaining.
We used to go to the Pirate Show in the bar that was on every second or third evening, the girls loved getting to meet Max, Patch and Lily and getting their little present from them.
The only thing that annoyed me during my stay was on our second last night the Pirate show was due to be on so my girls were all excited to go to it for the last time, to be told after sitting in the bar for half an hour that the show was cancelled due to lack of numbers, even though there was only a max of 6 kids there at any time. So telling a 3 yr old and a 2 yr that there was no show was not a nice thing to do
Apart from that we had a great time, really friendly village, staff very friendly and helpfull,
We will definitely return there again

  • Stayed: September 2012, traveled with family
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2  Thank ymeylernolan
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jimbo000777, directeur adjoint at Siblu Villages - Domaine de Kerlann, responded to this reviewResponded May 13, 2013

Good morning,

many thanks for leaving a review for Domaine de Kerlann.

I'm really pleased that you enjoyed the parc facilities so much, and I will pass your comments onto the entertainments team, Claude and the pool team.

Thankyou also for your feedback regarding the Pirate show, without such input, we are unable to improve our services.

We hope to see you again soon at Domaine de Kerlann.

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Reviewed September 6, 2012

We spent 12 nights at this site in Aug '12. We are a family of 5 with 3 boys aged 8,11&14. It was our first holiday camping experience and were unsure what to expect. Let me say from the out set we had a fantastic holiday and would recommend this site. We went with siblu.
We arrived out of hours but as reception was closed the keys, pass code for the security barrier and clear directions to the mobile home were left for us at a specified collection box. We had booked a 3 bed excellence and it was excellent ! It appeared to be brand new and had many extras which we had not expected including a dishwasher, washing machine. It also had a lovely decking area which is where we luckily ate all our meals as we were lucky with the weather. The mobile was spotlessly clean. It was located near the main reception area which was v handy. We could hear the music from the evening entertainment which went on till about 12 mid night but that did not bother us at all. The kids clubs were fine if that's what you are in to. My 8 year old who is a fairly sporty found to his dismay that the club was from 5 years to 9. The one day he did go to the club they were playing "what time is it Mr. Wolf" in French. That put him off and he would not go back. My 11 year old went regularily and really enjoyed it. While the 14 yr old was able to go he felt a bit too old and didn't bother. The pool area is excellent and v safe. The boys really enjoyed the entertainment in the evening time and we went every night. We ate a couple of times in the restaurant which was not that cheap but was good quality food. We also got take away's a good few times which again were good quality. One negative is that the site is in the middle of no where and if you wanted to dine out at night there is nowhere to go. Nearby Nevez is lovely and we ate in La Dauphin one night but again it's not cheap. All in all it was a great trip and if you want a family friendly holiday which is totally chilled this is for you. We would def consider going to France again next year on a similar holiday - possibly with Siblu again.

  • Stayed: August 2012, traveled with family
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Reviewed September 1, 2012

Just came back from a week here and I have to say it was excellent. I was a bit dubious about our Elegance accommodation (2 bed with decking) as when we got there it was right near the shower block, but it was actually very quiet there. Accommodation was modern and spotless.
The site was very clean and well maintained with really good indoor/outdoor pools and a splash fun area.
All staff were very friendly indeed and the entertainment team in particular were great fun with some good family shows in the evenings.
The area itself is beautiful. Pont Aven is picture perfect - probably why Gauguin painted here.
It can almost be likened to a village in the Cotswolds or to Padstow in Cornwall, with its cobbled pavements, scenic bridges and stone buildings framed by pots of geraniums.
There are many arty shops to visit here, and equally as many biscuiteries selling the gallettes that this area is known for.
Look out for possibly one of the most unique WCs in the country in the centre of the town and for the chaos - a stream with smooth boulders scattered throughout.
In the town there are a few places to eat including a tres gourmet option but having two children in tow we were looking for something lower key.
At the quayside is a family-friendly restaurant Le Moulin de Pouilguin serving quite basic but tasty food and a good selection of breton beers and ciders. We found the meat dishes to be a bit hit and miss but the crepes and pizzas were good.
Our top recommendation has to be Le Fornil - follow the main street over the bridge and up the hill near the Chaos.
Found behind the frontage of a fashion boutique we were almost put off by the basic appearance of the place but, looks aside, it is a little gem.
The menu formule (around 18 euros for three courses) had lots of good options and represented excellent value for money. We tried the halibut wrapped in a crepe with prawn veloute and the duck in peppercorn sauce, both of which came with a vegetable gateaux, creamed spinach and a carrot mousse and looked stunning.
Our puddings of homemade chocolate fondant (two huge slices of molten in the middle cake), profiteroles (filled with caramel ice cream) and homemade chocolate mousse were all very delicious indeed.
For daytrips there is Oceanopolis in Brest. We're not entirely sure it was worth the hour's journey but I think it's because we've been to the superb aquariums in St Malo and La Rochelle. It is big and it is impressive but we;ve seen one too many of these.
Huelgoat at the heart of the national park is a treasure. Set in a part of Finistiere bound by legend and mystery, the village conceals a dramatic woodland landscape that's something like a cross between Fern Gully, Avatar and The Land That Time Forget. All across the woods and rising from the river are gigantic boulders and rocks covered in moss and fungi and sheltered by ancient trees. Several have been named and are signposted including a devil's cave and a trembling rock (it's massive) that even children can move.
Further south and closer to Pont Aven, Quimper is a chic larger town with a medieval heart filled with historic timber buildings, designer shops, chocolateries and a covered market.
Spend a few hours here shopping 'til you drop and eating and people watching at one of the cafes.
After we'd been to Quimper we followed a recommendation and zipped down to Benodet. The beach areas are nice, with lots of boats and boaty people buzzing around but it wasn't really that exciting for us. A rep at Siblu had told us about Reguanez plage near Nevez. There is a tidal island here and it sounded quite interesting so we drove a short way along the coast to see what he was on about.
And it was well worth it. It isn't inhabited (in fact at the centre it is mostly thistle and brush and nettles) but the ramble from the mainland over the rock pools looking for tiny hermit crabs and anemones, and the view from the top of the island are fabulous.
A day later we found ourselves in Concarneau (around 15 minutes from Pont Aven - and there is a big Intermarche here). This important fishing port's crowning glory is the old walled town. It's a little bit touristy - a la Mont st Michel - but nonetheless interesting and enjoyable to visit.
There are lots of shops and creperies to visit, and some attractive vistas to be seen as you scale the walls and promenade the circumference.
If sandy beaches are your thing then factor in a day out in the Crozon area just over an hour north of Pont Aven.
Crozon is a relatively small town with a few shops and restaurants and some bakeries where you can pick up lunch. The area around here is awash with coves and fine golden sands.
Morgat (just moments away) has a large beach flanked by some cafes and seaside-type shops, as well as a nice rocky area close to the harbour. Boat trips leave regularly here to the nearby caves.
After exploring here, and with the tide nipping at our toes and drowning our buckets and spades, we followed the coast and ended up in Plage d l'aber. Sloping down the hillside as it winds deeper into the countryside, it's difficult to ignore this expanse of sands which goes on and on and on. Beyond it's possible to see many of the other bays in the area and behind is a sandy, grassy nature reserve that's just perfectly beautiful too. The bay is reminiscent of Watergate in Cornwall and is a very good place for sandcastle building, body boarding and generally lazing about.
In a nutshell, there is lots to see and do in this part of France, and the Domaine site is ideally positioned to really explore.

  • Stayed: August 2012, traveled with family
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jimbo000777, Directeur adjoint at Siblu Villages - Domaine de Kerlann, responded to this reviewResponded May 13, 2013

WOW, I can't believe that you managed to see so much, and were only on holiday for a week !!

It is great that you took the time to review Domaine de Kerlann, and also have given such great infomation regarding the local surrounding area, a "bible of must see's" for any potential visitors, or regulars.

I will pass on your comments to the various teams, and we look forward to welcoming you again to Kerlann soon.

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Reviewed August 31, 2012

I went to the domaine de kerlann for only a couple of days but from what I seen it was very nice,
very nice staff,nice pool area,The caravan was extremely clean and tidy,
the weather was not so good for some of the days never the less if you love swimming the pool's are very nice.
neighbors were quiet loud and woke me up early in the morning

  • Stayed: August 2012, traveled with family
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Reviewed August 28, 2012

First impressions count and we didn't get a great one on our arrival but as the title says, after that, things were fine for the rest of the stay.
We'd arrived after a long journey from Les Charmettes, another Siblu site further South and decided as we are now forced to do Sat to Sat bookings with Siblu, we'd stop off at the Supermarche on the way to the site to save trying to do it the following morning on a SUnday which isn't always great in France.
So, with all our food sat in a hot car and ice-cream starting to melt, we arrived & went to check in at 4:30pm to be told our caravan wasn't yet ready. The Lady took our mobile phone number and promised to call as soon as it was ready (Max 20 minutes). Our friends just behind us int he queue had the same issue, we were given 10 Euro vouchers to go and have a drink in the bar whilst we waited. We're not big drinkers and the kids were in the car so we just waited.
Eventually, our friends got a call and queued again to check in, we queued also hoping ours would also be ready by the time we got to the front of the long queue.
When we did, the caravan was indeed ready but we'd had no phone call. We were given our pack and off we went.
Although at the time we were starting to get hot & bothered, this was the only issue we had as the rest of the stay was great. The weather was lovely although cooler than our other sites, trips out were nice and there was plenty to do in the area including plenty of markets.
Watch out in Pont Aven though, it was jam packed every time we went near and eventually started to avoid it because it was so busy and the traffic a bottleneck.
Plenty of supermarkets nearby.
The shop on site was strange, only open for restricted hours (unlike all our other sites) and even at just gone half past eight in a morning, most pastries sold out.
At other sites, we shopped quite a bit at the on-site shop to support them but we avoided this once we realised how poor it was.
Our pitch was excellent, nice and quiet and in a forest area although no room to park the car on the pitch but not a big deal.
Pools & water play area fantastic and the entertainment was OK.
Checked out a day early as we were heading home a day early and check out policy worked well for us.

  • Stayed: August 2012, traveled with family
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