At Campsite Les Roches in Rochefort (Namur) camping costs as little as €18,- per night during low season with CampingCard ACSI. At one of the 84 touring pitches you will get a discounted rate during the period 29-03-2020 - 01-07-2020 and 01-09-2020 - 11-11-2020. At this campsite you can not only use your CampingCard ACSI for inexpensive camping, you can also use your ACSI Club ID (as an alternative ID).
Beautiful, recently renovated campsite near the city centre. The heated outdoor swimming pool is open from June to September. There are a variety of tourist activities in the area, including visiting various caves, castles and fortresses, and walking through cities or forests.
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Average rating: 7.5Add a review
- Toilet facilities
- Price - quality comparison
- Child friendliness
- Sports facilities
- Swimming pool
- Food and drink
The first view of the camping site is fine. Poor English spoken in the reception. Bad smell in the toilet building. The toilet were not cleaned the first 24 hours of our stay. No hot water at the dishwashing places. Very hot water in the shower and washing cabines not possible to mix with cold water.
It could be a nice place if a few improvements were made.
Have used this site several times before and found to be very good (even recommended it). Stayed again this year but what a difference toilets smelled, shower water luke warm, dishwashing area not clean. Also several of the pitch electrics did not work which meant plugging into a different pitches supply. Staff seemed distant and unfamiliar with the site processes. To cap it all, at the time of paying the day before departing we were told we could not leave until 9:00am in the morning - on our last day we had to move the caravan onto an external pitch (before 5 as the office closed plus electricity on the new pitch was tripped at the time of moving) which meant we lost a day exploring the region. We needed to leave early to get to calais. Will likely look for a different site next time passing Namur.
We used this campsite for 3 nights in mid September following reasonable reviews on ACSI. We found it ok but it was lacking in a few areas and needed quite a few things renewing or fixing. Locks missing on shower doors, no soap/hand dryers or paper towels in toilets, showers go cold after the first couple of button pushes and the lights switch off every 10 to 15 seconds leaving you in the dark. The washing up sinks had lots of taps either missing or broken. The pitches were reasonably flat and nicely grassed with water and electric hook up close by. Only a short walk into a nice town with plenty of bars and restaurants to choose from. Only ever saw one member of staff working there and he was quite friendly. We would probably use again but it would only be for a one night stop off.
The gentleman in reception was friendly and welcoming. The toilet, shower and washing-up facilities were modern but not well cleaned or maintained - they were not cleaned or re-stocked for the two days we were here. The pitches were good and there was both water and electricity on each pitch. There is a restaurant / bar on site which appears to be well used by the locals / site residents - but this was open, busy and noisy until late. It was a shame that the campsite was not supervised after the reception shut as it felt more like a stellplatz and less like a campsite after that - it was a bit too rowdy. The free access to the swimming pool nearby was welcome in the heat - & the campsite reception sells the swimming caps. This could be such a nice site with a bit more cleaning and supervision.
Level grass pitches with plenty of space for campervan. Toilet block modern and clean. Very unhelpful staff on reception at check in; no information given and nothing in the office to help tourists. Close to town with both Aldi and Lidl within walking distance. On site cafe and shop were closed when we visited but there were ample available in the small town. Used as a stopover and didn't find enough of interest to encourage us to stay any longer.
Check in easy but no info given. No plan of campsite, no plan of town and no advice on quickest route into town, which when you find it is only a few minutes. Real problem with noisy kids. Playground right next to toilet blocks but children (under 10) playing until at least 11pm with no supervision from guardians or campsite staff. They also played football in the toilet blocks. This is unacceptable. Site itself is good with free pool also open to the public across the road. Not sure, early July, whether this was school holidays but we would not stay again at this time of year. Bar with snacks was fine.
Well kept site with good pitches. Restaurant wasn\'t very good with expensive lack lustre food
Camped end of April and there was only one other camper. Lovely facilities and helpful reception staff, although closed after 5pm there was an out of hours intercom and someone came to help. Nice open, flat grassy pitches, with hedging between. Many statics further up on site away from touring area. Good, clean, modern washblocks. Very pleasant walk into town which is nice and quite upmarket with quality restaurants and hotels. There is a walk / cycle path by library which was very pleasant to stroll along. On the outskirts of town Lidl and Aldi for shopping and also an Esso petrol station. We arrived from the direction of Namur, the road to town goes downhill and then the turning for the site is on the left BEFORE the bridge crossing the river. There's a whole board to signs so easy to miss - if you do there's a roundabout ahead about four miles away!
One night stay in September using a tent for a stop over. Good flat grassy site well maintained and with clean facilities. Be warned that reception closes at 5pm but intercom access is possible after that. However need barrier pass to enter site and shower block key code which other campers had to provide. Additionally reception closes at 12 to 2pm which means you need to leave promptly before 12 to pass through barrier or (again) rely on other campers to allow you to exit. Those points beside, a good campsite 10 minute walk to a charming town with usual eating and drinking facilities.
Very pleased with site
Visited during cold spell
Toilet blocked heated to high standard
Good access to local towm
- Period of opening
- 29-03-2019 till 11-11-2019
29-03-2020 till 11-11-2020
- 6 ha
- Number of touring pitches
- 84 (50 - 100m2)
- Number of camper pitches
- Number of permanent pitches
- Campsite suitable for disabled persons
* Amenities in bold are not included in the overnight price. Some may need to be paid for. (This does not imply that all amenities not in bold are free!)
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Food, drink and groceries
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Campsite Les Roches
26 rue du Hableau
5580 / Rochefort
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From E411 exit 23 (Rochefort/Han-sur-Lesse). Via N86 to centre. Campsite signposted just before the village.
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