Camp for €16,- a night at Campsite Quercy Vacances in low season with CampingCard ACSI. Campsite Quercy Vacances, located in Saint-Pierre-Lafeuille (Lot), is a campsite with 80 touring pitches. With your CampingCard ACSI you can camp on one of the pitches during the following periods: 01-04-2019 - 01-07-2019 and 26-08-2019 - 30-09-2019. 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).
The lovely intimate site is 5 km from the A20 exit 57 and suitable as a stopover site. Lovely sauna and jacuzzi close to an enormous swimming pool. Attractive bar and restaurant. The surroundings are beautiful and the tourist town of Cahors is close by.
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A gem of a site, we only stayed one night on our way to Brantome but could easily spend a few nights here. We didn’t have time to try out the pool but it looked inviting, plenty of walks from the site, walks map available at reception. We had a meal in the campsite restaurant which was very good and reasonably priced. Staff very nice and helpful. Would definitely return.
This is a simply delightful campsite. The lady on reception was exceedingly helpful when, on our arrival, we discovered the last site had retained our ACSI card in error. She rang them immediately, confirmed our story and got them to post the card to her that day all without prompting even! really excellent customer service, she even delivered it to our pitch when it arrived.
The site itself is about 10 minutes drive out of Cahors (more on that in a minute) Dont panic when you turn off the main road, the access road looks narrow but it’s fine. The pitches are large on well kept grass with a variety of shade available. It was scorchingly hot during our stay, 30+ most days (right at the end of June) so we were very grateful for the shade, it was still 21* at 04:30! Some of the pitches do have a slight slope to them so if in a MH you may well need some ramps (not an issue with a caravan though)
Toilet block IS a little “dated” in style but spotlessly clean with plenty of hot water. Toilet seats AND paper (if that’s important to you) Snack bar/restaurant/bar open all day, very good menu at reasonable prices. Limited menu so it’s all cooked fresh not microwaved. Drinks prices reasonable as well. The site itself is very peaceful and relaxing, it just “feels right” if that makes sense, and makes a great base for the surrounding area. Decent sized circular! Swimming pool. Yes it’s painted not tiled, but does that really matter? It’s spotlessly clean with plenty of sun loungers (and some shade) It had only just been filled on our arrival so was still warming up, but a lovely area.
Don’t just dismiss this as a “transit” site it deserves better ESPECIALLY if you like somewhere peaceful in the country. The staff speak excellent English are very friendly and happy to help in any way they can. I have no hesitation is saying this is a lovely site to stay on.
Back to Cahors now.....
DONT try and take your car into the town!! Parking is a total (expensive and short term only) nightmare BUT there are a number of totally FREE park and ride parks on the outskirts (Well done Cahors council) The one at the very south end has plenty of parking for motorhomes as well as cars. It’s about a 15 minute walk into the old town from that P&R so you don’t need to wait for the bus if you don’t want to. The (very!) “Old” part of the town is a delight to (literally) get lost in! Lots of VERY narrow streets lined with fabulously old buildings, plenty of places to eat or get a drink. The combined boat/petit train ticket is good value, tickets for both just outside the Railway station near “The” bridge Cahors is famous for.
P.S. They serve the local “Malbec” Rose wine in the campsite bar, nicely chilled it’s delicious and cheap!
Stayed one night heading South to Spain. Easy access from the A20. Large pitches so able to stay hooked up for quick start following morning however those nearest the reception and toilet block are sloping. A nice touch was picknic tables for each pitch. Toilets and showers very good and clean. The resturant was not open when we visited in May so can\'t comment.
A lovely rural clean site with good clean facilities. A few minutes from the motorway, so a good stopover site.
Stopped here for 4 nights in June, it's too good to be rated as just a stopover site. Cahors and the surrounding countryside is well worth exploring. We didn't use the toilet or shower facilities as we always use the ones in the caravan but everything else was of a very acceptable standard. The staff were friendly and the bar food was excellent. It was a small menu but better to have a limited choice presented well than a large choice cooked badly. Will certainly use the site again.
This is an ideal stop off en route to the South of France and Spain. Approximately ten minutes from Junc 57 of the A20 and on the D820. We only stayed for one night but the facilities, although a little dated, were clean. The pitches are spacious and meant we could remain 'attached' to our caravan for the night, so a quick get away next day was assured. The pool is clean, although painted concrete and not tiled, but the water was cool and really refreshing in 28 degree heat. Only recommendation is when you turn right off the D820 you fork right, going left takes you into a builders yard. Signage could be better but we were pleased with our night halt and will probably use it again in the future.
A disapointing end to our summer holiday, we stopped here on the way home for 2 nights and left after 1. The toilets are outdated and not very clean. The pool was painted rather than tiled and in some places the paint was peeling, also the pool surround was not very clean so mud and bits of hedge were constantly being brought into the pool. The staff were pleasent and the pitch size was excellent, but we will not be stopping here again.
- Period of opening
- 01-04-2019 till 30-09-2019
- 5 ha
- Number of touring pitches
- 80 (100 - 130m2)
- 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 Quercy Vacances
Le Mas de Lacombe
46090 / St. Pierre-Lafeuille
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RN20/D820 Brive-Cahors, campsite well indicated 800m before St. Pierre-Lafeuille, turn right. Site ± 700m on right. Or: A20 exit 57 dir. Cahors. Onto D820 from roundabout. Then follow route above.
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