At Campsite La Bien Assise in Guînes (Pas-de-Calais) camping costs as little as €20,- per night during low season with CampingCard ACSI. At one of the 149 touring pitches you will get a discounted rate during the period 05-04-2019 - 30-06-2019 and 01-09-2019 - 29-09-2019. 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).
Lovely, well maintained castle campsite. Varied surroundings and only 8 km from the coast. The campsite is equipped with modern toilet facilities, a restaurant with an excellent menu, an indoor pool and spacious pitches.
Extra discount: 7=6 / 14=12 / 21=18
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Be prepared to pay a lot more we got charged an extra per night drainage plus taxes making absolutely appalling will never go again
On a small pitch with a large van despite booking nearly a month in advance. The pitch flooded when it rained.
The noise at night was definitely unacceptable with people staying in the rental tents and statics being particularly noisy.
It was useful for the ferry, but will not be returning as it was expensive, and not very helpful staff.
We have stayed twice on this site but would only recommend as a transit one. Ideal for a stop over on the way in or out of France. Like most other comments we found it rather expensive, the toilets are in need of up-dating although cleaned twice a day they still looked grubby. Will probably use again, but only as a stop-over.
I can't for the life of me think what makes this campsite 5* - I've stayed at better 2* sites. Given that the pitches are large, they are not very well screened and since this is primarily a 'transit camp' for people arriving off or leaving on the ferries, it is noisy at night. The toilets are cleaned regularly and some do have seats, but the blocks are dilapidated and in urgent need of refurbishment. The food at the on-site Restaurant, La Ferme Gourmande is indifferent and expensive; indeed the main gripe is the exorbitant price charged for the pitch itself is just not worth it.
Couple in motorhome, regular visitors, second time this year, been coming here nearly 10 years, always stay here to visit the vets and to do last minute shopping. Having spent a month touring Europe, yet again we return to La Bien Assise and agree it continues to be one of the nicest sites we have stayed on. A pleasure to walk around. Large grass pitches, overlooking countryside. However I have the same 2 moans each time we stay. The outdated sanitary block (2 star at best, could only get a cold shower today, no soap in the dispenser), and the expensive wi-fi if you are on a short stay (why can't you log on and off? Other sites do). Shop, bar and takeaway closed 2 weeks before site closes but is still very busy. More importantly is a sign in the office, 'ACSI Card will NOT be accepted from 2016.' I feel our love affair is coming to an end.
We stayed here a year ago and didn't have a great time but the handy location, 15 minutes from the Eurotunnel terminal, drew us back again. Unfortunately we encountered exactly the same problems as before. The maze of showers and sinks are cold, dirty and old. Certainly a long way from the 5-star facilities that the site claims to have. In fact, these were the worst toilet blocks of all the 7 sites on our trip. The pitches themselves were great, grassy, marked with hedges, plenty of water points etc. however, as with our last visit, we were kept awake at night by loutish behaviour from other campers. I suppose the site suffers as a result of its easy-to-get-to location from England but a fair few of the 'campers', particularly in the numerous Eurocamp tents, were just there to get very drunk on cheap drink. I've seldom felt so ashamed to be British. We won't be back again.
Food was terrible. Staff were helpful. Campsite is next to a road so very noisy. Not very relaxing at all. Good for a one night stop either after your ferry to Calais or before your ferry home. Expensive for what it is.
Had stayed here before but was disappointed this time (May20-22). Grass and overhanging branches on pitch needed attention.
After we bought drinks at the bar we were told the free wifi was not available! Wouldn't have bought drinks if we'd known!
Big grass pitches, We paid extra for water & drainage - but it was expensive. Good takeaway & bar food in a nice setting. French restaurant by the chateau is excellent. 4 toilet/shower blocks all spotless with separate ladies/gents toilets with soap & toilet rolls (not usually the case we have found in France !) Shop very expensive. Good stop off for Calais & channel tunnel.
Just the usual overnighter last night. Friendly staff and terrific meal in the restaurant, however the sanitary facilities have changed little since 1999 which is strange given the move to 5 star rating. Whilst other aspects are important for longer stays sanitaries are top priority for however long the stay.
Going through showers/toilet areas to wash up is not acceptable these days.
The night before we stayed in a 2 star site which had far superior sanitary facilities.
- Period of opening
- 05-04-2019 till 29-09-2019
- 15 ha
- Number of touring pitches
- 149 (100 - 300m2)
- Number of camper pitches
- Number of permanent pitches
- Campsite suitable for disabled persons
- Eco campsite
* 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 Bien Assise
D231, avenue de la Libération
62340 / Guines
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From Calais A16, exit 43 to Guines D305. Follow signs in Guines. Site located near roundabout. From Boulonge exit 36 to Guines. From St. Omer take D943 to Ardres, then D231 past Guines. Follow signs to campsite.
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