Chateau des Ormes reviews
Stayed here during the bank holiday week. This site has something for everyone! Pools, disco’s, go ape, golf, pony trekking, cricket, golf, so much to do and probably one of the best sites in France. The restaurant food was good, the grounds kept clean and the facilities spotless! (can only fault some of the toilet blocks being a little grubby, but the park was busy so they did get a lot of use). Staff where friendly and the ‘superior’ mobile we booked with Eurocamp was clean with ample of space for the 4 of us. I had just as much fun as the kids, if not more. Shows how much I'm a big kid. Would highly recommend Chateau des Ormes, a great park, will definetly be going back next year!
We stayed here in August with our two children (7 and 11) and all of us had a fab time. There were loads of activities for the kids and a few for us adults too! The kids loved the adventure tree climb and pony rides, whilst my other half spent most of the holiday on the golf course. There are some good swimming pools at this park as well. The campsite is in a good location (particulary if you travel here by ferry like we did, as it’s only a 30 minute drive from St Malo).
The restaurant was nice and the food was reasonably priced, but the alcohol was quite expensive, so we stocked up on wine at the local supermarket. There were two different disco’s during our holiday, one for kids and one for teens, can’t comment on the teen disco as my kids were too young for it, but they both loved the kids disco.
Overall, we had a great family holiday at Château des Ormes, the kids were constantly busy, and me and the hubby had a really relaxed time, and if the kid’s have their way we will be going back again this year!
I took my partner here early June for a short break. Great facilities but mostly featured around children and teens. Most of the families tend to hire the mobile homes and tent pitches set up on the park grounds. Couples are better off booking the rooms located in the golf club house, or if you are really adventurous, one of the huge fancy tree houses that have a nice romantic story behind them (look a bit cold though). The des Ormes Chateau is very impressive and the hotel is a fairly good standard. The french breakfast was ok, but I much prefer a traditional greasy British breaky. The other half loved the horse trekking. The 18 hole golf course on the chateau grounds was excellent with the greens kept to a high standard.