Why become an owner at Domaine des Ormes?
There are so many plus points in buying a mobile home in Brittany and especially at Domaine des Ormes. Not only is this delightful region of Northern France just a stone’s throw away from the UK and so easily accessible by ferry, plane and by car, it also has so much to offer in its culture, gastronomy and history.
The Emerald Coast, named after the distinctive colour of the sea, stretches from Mont St Michel; the most visited heritage site in France, across to the walled city of St Malo with its distinctive ramparts, sandy beaches and bustling port and beyond.
This region is home to delightful Breton villages, stunning fishing ports and some of the finest oysters in France. Popular seaside towns are Cancale, Dinard, Saint Lunaire, Saint-Cast-Le-Guildo, Lancieux, Saint-Briac-sur-Mer and Saint-Jacut-de-la-Mer where the sand is fine and golden, the architecture is stunning and gastronomic traditions live on.
Slightly further inland and a 30 minute drive south of the park is the city of Rennes where you will find even more history, culture, an abundance of great restaurants and bars and some fabulous shops too. Many of our current home owners at Domaine des Ormes love a good old shopping trip to Rennes whilst their “other halves” spend the day on the golf course!
So why Domaine des Ormes?
Well quite simply, why not? Domaine des Ormes is one of the most prestigious 5 star Castels campsites in France offering so much more than a regular campsite all within a safe and welcoming environment for all ages, abilities and nationalities.
There really is something for everyone here; at one end of the spectrum is great family fun, action and adventure, adrenaline sports, entertainment and weekly fireworks (in high season only) and at the other away from all the bustle of the main facilities are more gentle options such as strolling leisurely throughout the grounds of the Domaine, having lunch at one of the park’s 4 restaurants or simply relaxing on your pitch with a book soaking up the sunshine.
What is it really like?
From the moment you first drive onto the park you really get a sense of quality and aristocracy. The tree-lined
driveway takes you past the Domaine’s own riding stables and hotel and then opens out onto a huge expanse of greenery housing part of the 18 hole golf course, its clubhouse and an 18th century château where the De La Chesnais family (the park’s owners) live.
There is a real sense of community and camaraderie at Domaine des Ormes where home owners are treated like one of the family and firm friendships are made. The site owner has even been known to take some of the owners out in his helicopter on the odd occasion too! Holiday home owners here have longer access dates than the general public and are able to use their homes from April to November where they can come and go as they please.
Despite the bustle of this large family orientated park, absolute silence is required in residential areas from 11pm and a team of security guards ensures this. Safety is paramount here where all holidaymakers are treated with the utmost respect.
Available Pitches for 2016:
Eurobase has gained exclusive access to a selection of huge grassy pitches in a superb location on this park. These
lovely pitches are tucked away in a secluded part of the park; ideal for those looking for a combination of peaceful family holidays with all the home comforts and an abundance of activities, entertainment and adventure right on the doorstep.
With some of these pitches measuring over 300m2 in size private owners here have the opportunity to have the home of their dreams measuring up to 50m2 in size and can also add decking with awning, a shed and still have plenty of space remaining to park the car.
Becoming an owner on one of the best pitches available on the most prestigious and sought after park in France really is an opportunity not to be missed! With only 6 remaining pitches for 2016 do call us today to discuss your options.
*please note that the homes located in the pitch images are not for sale and purely reflect pitch size
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