Campsite Le Ty Nadan - Brittany

May 4, 2005
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Just a bit of information for anyone travelling to Le Ty Nadan in Brittany this year. Text was sent to the 'Editor' before I signed up for the online forums:

I note in the May edition, on page 13, that you mention the

Castel Camping site at Le Ty Nadan in Brittany under the

heading of the Continental Top 100. My family and I stayed

at Le Ty Nadan last year and found it to have everything for

the family, terrific pool, nice bar and restaurant and

plenty of adventure activities for children,teenagers and

adults. One area though, that I would like to bring to

readers attention is that it is a site of two halves. One

side has been developed, with new toilet blocks and nice

open pitches and the other, less open surrounded with trees

and toilet blocks which are in need of an upgrade. One

problem that we did encounter on the less developed site was

the position of the electricity supply boxes. If like us,

you are put in a pitch on a bend in the road, you may find

that your electric lead is possibly to short to reach the

point by around 10 metres. This appears to be a problem on

the site as when I approached the reception staff, who

advised me that all the extension leads were out, arranged

for the on site maintenance man to make up another extension

for my use. This service does not come free, you have to pay

a 35 euro deposit which luckily is refundable and is repaid

on the return of the lead. It may be advisable, if visiting

this site, to buy/borrow a lead before leaving the UK. There

were no polarity problems on this site.
Mar 14, 2005
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The requirement for extra long leads on some French sites has been a problem for years so I always carry an extra 25 metre lead. I also have my cable threaded through a 2 metre length of reinforced 1' diameter fresh water hose to protect it should my lead have to cross a service road.


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