Camp for €15,- a night at Campsite Pâquier Fané in low season with CampingCard ACSI. Campsite Pâquier Fané, located in Chagny (Saône-et-Loire), is a campsite with 91 touring pitches. With your CampingCard ACSI you can camp on one of the pitches during the following periods: 01-04-2017 - 03-07-2017 and 20-08-2017 - 31-10-2017. 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).
Lovely camping pitches (on grass) with some shade from a few tall trees. Close to the centre of Chagny. Lovely cycle routes. Free wifi.
Extra discount: 7=6 / 14=12
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- Swimming pool
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In our experience this is a very busy, urban campsite. It is next to a river, but not a nice river and there is limited access to it. It is also next to quite a busy road and close to several busy railway lines - though there appear not to be any trains passing between 11pm and 7am. During the day it is quite noisy.
The sanitary facilities are adequate and appeared clean. The receptionist was helpful and spoke good English. There is a pizza restaurant on site but it is only open in high summer.
Lovely stopover site. Pool few mins from site. town short bike ride away. pitches v good. loos etc great. lovely staff.
Owner very helpful and friendly. Ideal location we had a short walk into the village with a wonderful Sunday market.
On edge of pleasant small town. Nice well run site. Good cycling along local canal and Voie Verte. Only problem was noise from the town lorries and nearby rail line.
Good for short stop over and visiting Burgundy. Previously used Beaune as stopover for heading south, but this site is much roomier and more convenient.
Well defined grass pitches. If you arrive when reception is closed you are directed via a notice to choose your own pitch. We had lots of choice at 3pm, but by 4.30pm the site was filling up and the pitches farthest from reception have obviously not been used for a while and could have done with a trim. Also, these appeared to be the nearest to the railway line. We pitched on number 5 and could hardly hear the trains. The toilets and showers are unisex and were very clean. Plenty of hot water. No toilet seats or toilet paper. The town is a ten minute walk away with plenty of bars and restaurants. We ate at Le Grenier a sel which was reasonably priced and good food. The advert in the CC book says that the snack bar, takeaway meals, pizzeria and restaurant on site are open until 30/09, however they had closed 31/8.
Arrived after a large rain storm; pitch was very muddy (we except this no-ones fault) water and drainage fine no problems with electrics, found lots of work going on at the far end of site only pitches avaiable around top area near reception. The toilet facilities very clean&tidy but getting ready for up-grade. We stayed four nights and travelled around this area; lots to see - also Chagny was nice to look around.
This was the first visit to this site as we had never noticed it before. It is ideally located for an overnight stop but warrants a longer stay. The second toilet at the far end of the site was very clean and acceptable with refurbished showers. The block at reception looked good too. Very friendly and helpful husband and wife team run it and they were very keen to retain high standards when a group of grape pickers were dropping litter around their pitch. Listed as 16 amp but beware not all are, some on same outlet posts were only 6amp, which I found out and made me scratch my head! Chagny is delightful and a short walk, and make sure you walk along the canal. Wifi is free but any further away than the first field and it disappears but only a short walk to reception.
Definitely a site for a revisit when next passing south or north.
Reasonable campsite, generally fair-sized grass pitches but poorly drained. Pleasant staff, good well-kept san facs. Easy walk into town for shopping & access to canal-side cycle routes. However, if you are a light sleeper, take your ear-plugs - trains rumble by, day & night.
Had a very pleasant stay here for 3 nights. Friendly and helpful staff; the manager even opened the second sanitaires when he realised how the site was filling up. Everything very clean and tidy. After a few days of heavy rain, pitches were a bit muddy; the site would benefit from some hard standings. Excellent location for access to town and easy cycling on the canal and vineyards.
Stayed at this camp on way back to ferry from Cote D'azure. Stayed an extra day as was so nice and had a manic rush to catch the ferry. Staff very helpful and friendly bread orders taken. No beach or pool but the gorgeous village 2 mins walk more than made up for it. There was an indoor council pool in the sports ground next door but this was had shut in August but looked ok. There were also table tennis and a pitch for badminton with a net on site. All the pitches were a good size with neat hedges for boundaries. There was a brand new shower and toilet block really good and also the old one had been updated and was clean and pleasant. There were many nice and easy bike routes, great for kids or beginners like me. The route along the canal was lovely really quiet and flat went on for miles. The best bit for me was just walking around the village really picturesque lots of old and interesting buildings. Lady in the Tourist Information office very helpful and full of ideas.
- Period of opening
- 01-04-2017 till 31-10-2017
- 1.8 ha
- Number of touring pitches
- 91 (80 - 100m2)
- Number of camper pitches
- Campsite suitable for disabled persons
* Facilities printed in bold are not included in the overnight rate. Supplementary charges will apply. (This does not mean that facilities which are not printed in bold are free!)
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Campsite Pâquier Fané
20 rue du Pâquier Fané
71150 / Chagny
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A6 exit 24.1 Beaune-Centre, D974 direction Chalon-sur-Saône. After 13 km head for Chagny. In Chagny follow 'complexe sportif'/'camping' signs.
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