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Reviewed August 4, 2009

Basic accommodation but with plenty of space for 4 ( a bit cramped for us with 5). 2 shower rooms. kitchen equipment a bit limited - no kettle, very small espresso style cups, only 2 ring stove, microwave with a grill - but we still managed to self- cater for some meals. take your own pillows - theirs were definitely several years past their best!good sized sunny garden with pleasant outlook over fields and marshes. ( hence the mosquitoes!!) village picturesque and quiet. kids under the age of about 12 had a brilliant time riding bikes and scooters around the safe roads. swimming pool clean and not too busy but no shade. on site launderette an absolute rip-off at 7 euros per wash! Le Chateau d'Oleron is a very busy small town with a fabulous indoor market selling local produce and fresh fish, open every morning apart from Sunday. there are plenty of reasonably (for France) priced restaurants and bars, and small shops for browsing. there are at least 3 boulangeries and patisseries for bread and gateaux. all in all there is a lovely ambience in 'Le Chateaux' it feels very laid back and a holiday town but not in a tacky way. there are walks around the ramparts and citadel and down to the port where there are a number of fishermens cabins that have been turned into a sort of craft village. the port is very picturesque and has a number of good fish restaurants. we ate at 'Le Port' over looking the sea and 'Le Viaduc' - delicious! we rented bikes just around the corner form the holiday village for a reasonable price - approx 175 euros for 5 adult bikes for 5 days. the island cycle routes are beautiful if a little bumpy in places but at least it gets you away from the traffic and into the countryside. they aren't always well sign posted so it is worth buying a map from the tourist office for 50 cents. our teen agers were happy cycling to the Grand Plage and swimming and body surfing in the large atlantic waves. the new water park on the island is a bit pricey (approx 19 euros each) and there aren't any white knuckle rides.we would definitely go here again.

  • Stayed: July 2009, traveled with family
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Stayed: August 2018, traveled with family
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Stayed: May 2018, traveled with friends
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