Campsite La Grappe d'Or is a campsite with 130 touring pitches. During low season, between 05-04-2019 - 04-07-2019 and 25-08-2019 - 13-10-2019, the nightly rate is €18,- at one of the 130 touring pitches at Campsite La Grappe d'Or in Meursault (Cote d'Or). 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).
A quiet terraced campsite with wonderful views of the Meursault vineyards. Also suitable as a stopover campsite.
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We had a lovely pitch at the front of the site (S10) with views over the vineyards. Our pitch was a reasonable size with a little shade. The pitches have none\\part or full shade. The site is used for one night stop offs or 3/4 night stays, we stayed 11 nights and loved having new neighbours. The site was very quiet daytime and evening. Bread and croissant to order. We hired electric bikes from the site at a very good rate. Lovely walk into the village. Now to the toilets....not brilliant, mixed facilities, could be very stretched at peak season. The main problem was that the showers were very small and the low roof made them very hot. We would definitely return.
Potentially a lovely site but sanitary facilities are very limited and not very clean and the pool is spoilt by broken sunloungers which are dangerous. One person went through one as we sat there. A pity because the pitches are good. Restaurant does not open until July.
A busy site even in low season ,well run and clean facilities. Pitch areas are well spread out but pitches tend to be a bit small especially the ones with the lovely views! The village is close and well served with shops.
A lovely area for exploring, wine tasting and seeing all the pickers out working. This is a very busy site, situated close to a motorway and mid-way through France so is used by many for one-night stop overs going either north or south. Our mistake for having not decided how long we were going to stay. We chose a pitch on the top tier, which was fine, except it appeared to be used predominantly by one-nighter's. The resultant coming and going every day for nearly two weeks meant our stay was not restful at all. We ended up leaving a little earlier than we would have liked for this reason. Nevertheless a great site with good clean facilities. We heard favourable comments regarding the restaurant but didn't use it ourselves. The village is beautiful and the surrounding areas worth exploring - great by bike so you can take everything in.
The staff were lovely and helpful. Gorgeous surroundings plenty to do within the area went to visit many places. Lovely big local market at Chagny on Sundays. The campsite empties and fills each day perfect for people watching. The facilities are not brilliant compared to other 3 star campsites but they are ok. The swimming pool is open until 7pm and spotlessly clean. Takeaway from the restaurant served 5.30 to 7pm. Restaurant was busy. Small shop with basics.
Beautiful views across the fields of vines and a very attractive village within walking distance for the fit. Very, very helpful English speaking staff who supplied us with lots of information about what to do in the area; more like a tourist office than a reception. The shop in September was only open for a couple of hours in the morning to collect your bread order and after 5 pm at night but only seemed to have a few bottles of drink anyway. We were asked whether we wanted shade or sun and directed to the appropriate area and left to choose our pitch. We ended up on the top terrace but felt the pitches were very small and our view of the vines was somewhat blocked by the motorhomes sqeezed in on the tier below.
Visited this site for two nights on our way down to the Med and were so impressed, used it as a stop over on the way back.
Pros:- Beautiful views over extensive vine fields, the village itself worthy of a visit, we caught it on market day (Friday). also only a short drive from Beaune.
Cons:- Though site was full the male ablutions near us were not open and there was no hot water for the dish washing, though these were all open and fully functional on our return at the end of June.
Tent pitches are next to the small road behind the site which was extensively used by local tractors from 5am onward.
Very handy stopover on the way south but could also make a longer stop. Swimming pool not open which was disappointing Butlovely views over the vineyards. Would stay again
Lovely English speaking staff in reception, so helpful and friendly.
The campsite is terraced overlooking the vineyards and beyond so super views but the pitches are cramped and soon get muddy. The facilities are spotless with good hot showers but the shower cubicles are the smallest we have ever used and we have travelled a lot! A bigger person would really struggle to get in! A busy site even in Sept with lots of over nighters.
This is a lovely campsite overlooking the vineyards of Meursault and a ten minute walk from the really pretty town which in itself is worth a visit, especially if you like having a look round chateaux and wine cellars. Some of the pitches with what were supposed to be the best views did seem very crowded and so we chose a pitch further back which still had a wonderful view out of our back window but was much more spacious (if you're interested it was Pitch B14). We ate in the restaurant one night which was OK and included 2 free glasses of wine. There is a good dog walk from the site around the vineyards. Please note that they do accept payment by credit card either on the site or in the restaurant for bills under €40.
- Period of opening
- 05-04-2019 till 13-10-2019
- 3.5 ha
- Number of touring pitches
- 130 (80 - 100m2)
- Number of camper 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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Campsite La Grappe d'Or
2 route de Volnay
21190 / Meursault
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A6 exit Beaune. In Beaune-Centre take the D974 in the direction of Chalon-sur-Saône. Follow the camping signs in Meursault.
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