This campsite is the most EXPENSIVE I have ever stayed at with some of the smallest pitches. The ground is hard and the tent pegs do not stay in.
The owner appeared friendly at first but then started shouting at me when she mistakenly thought that I had broken a piece of trimming of the side of her freezer.
The redeeming feature is the location if you are interested in climbing - it is in walking distance of a wide variety of climbs. However, this does not make up for the expense and lack of space.
This is an affectionately organized camping place. Allways clean sanitary, allways hot water!
A wonderful view at the Quiquillon.
Shop with fresh baguette and more for breakfast within 5 mins footwalk.
Muriel Bommelaer is a really caring owner. The place is more than worth the price.