I book 2 consecutive weeks of holiday and save up 50% on the second week.
One week of holiday goes by so quickly. Lez-Eaux campsite allow you to enjoy longer for cheap. Reserve two relaxing weeks in Castels Château de Lez-Eaux park and pay the second week at half price only.
The campsite has upscale rentals, modern and comfortable with private spa, television, dishwasher, master suite… . Accommodations fully-equipped for families with young children have been integrated in the green park of 12 hectares of Lez-Eaux castle: these are Famili Baby Cottages with master bedroom with a double bed and a master suite for children (bunk beds, baby cot, bathroom with small bath, small toilets, small washbasin, baby-changing table), safed deck.
For lovers of nature the campsite has spacious camping pitches to install tents, caravans or motorhome with drinking water, electricity and drainage for grey water. Premium pitches have a shelter with garden furniture, fridge, barbecue….
Sample rate for 14 nights booked :
Premium Mobile-home 3 bedrooms (beds made upon arrival, towels provided, tennis court access for free 1h/day) : from 1113€ instead of
VIP Cottage 2 bedrooms / 2 bathrooms with toilets (dishwasher, sheets provided, bright living room with a large patio door): from 892.50€ instead of
Saint Malo Mobile-home 2 bedrooms 4/6 persons (dishwasher, television, huge living room): from 861€ instead of
Mobile home 2 bedrooms with private spa (facing to the south, towels and sheets provided): from 997.50€ instead of
Hard standing pitch 150m² (a part with gravels and a part with grass): from 357€ instead of
Premium camping pitch 150m² (a garden shed with garden furniture, fridge, barbecue…) : from 378€ instead of
During winter the campsite reception is open from Monday until Friday and from 9am until midday and 2pm until 5pm. Do not hesitate to contact Sabrina and Emmanuelle by mail firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone 0033 2 33 51 66 09 otherwise you can book online.
Looking forward to welcoming you for your next holidays close to Granville in Normandy.