When we are looking to book a holiday or a stay somewhere we find the opinion of others invaluable.
You can find some guest reviews on Trip Advisor or you can read here some of the lovely comments our customers left on our end of stay surveys.
We also noted what our customers said about they would like to see changed or improved at Camping du Quinquis and we are working on some of these things right now!
'Thank you for a really peaceful and calm holdiay. The campsite is so well maintained and clean. Hope to be back'. Mrs R Stevens Colchester
'Another great stay. The Team you have working here make the holiday so much more personal than bigger sites we have stayed on previously.' Bob Smith, Charlton
'Loved the Talent Show and moonlight swim. Thank you for a great holiday' Fran, London
'The area around the campsite is so beautiful and yet so unspoilt. We will return next year'. Jenny and Colin Livingstone, Ashton
'The kids are desperate to come back next year.' Peter Sutton, Allenheads
This article appeared in The Independent newspaper and whilst it is a few years old now it gives a really good insight to the differences and similarities between holidaying in Cornwall and Brittany. It includes a scection on our very own beaches in Le Pouldu!
Here is an extract below and you can read the whole article by clicking here.
Next up are the beaches. We were staying five minutes away from a little seaside town called Le Pouldu. On arrival I was convinced that I had wandered into the film set of the 1950s Jacques Tati classic, Monsieur Hulot's Holiday. It was just like Devon in the 1970s. There are sandy beaches, coves, seaweed, rock pools, even a tired looking crazy-golf course - all good, old-fashioned family fun.