"Midas II" is a 6 berth, mobile home which is modern and spacious (38 square metres) fully double glazed, consisting of a central lounge, dining area, kitchen, large shower room, separate w.c and two bedrooms. Within the lounge there is a fully sprung sofa-bed to accommodate two further people, making it suitable for up to six people.
The Kitchen is fully equipped to cater for all home comforts with microwave, fridge/freezer, four ring Calor gas hob and oven. The mobile home has all the necessary crockery, cooking utensils, cutlery.
The lounge area has seating around two sides with space for the dining table and chairs. Additionally, a further two folding chairs are available if necessary situated in the shed. The lounge has a flat screen T.V with integrated DVD, which is connected to the satellite dish giving U.K. freeview television plus a selection of DVD’s. In the unlikely event that it gets a little chilly in the evening, there's an electric fire in the lounge area. The double doors lead onto the large decking patio area. There is a Wi-Fi Option available.
The bedrooms are separated by the lounge, situated either end of the home, both of which are fixed with a mosquito and black-out screens over the windows. The main bedroom has a double bed with shelves situated over the bed, double door wardrobe, two bedside tables and lamps together with drawers under the dressing table mirror. The second bedroom has two single beds, (these can be put together making one double bed) with overhead shelving for storage together with a cupboard to hang clothes and additional drawers. Both have electric sockets.
Please note that duvets, and pillows are provided, however sheets, linen, pillowcases and towels are not provided
Also included in the mobile home is a large walk-in shower room and separate toilet area
Leading from the double door in the lounge, there is a large decking area. The shed, situated at the rear of the decking contains, all the necessary equipment, such as charcoal Barbecue, table and chairs for the decking, parasols, rotary washing line and beach equipment.
Admission is free to campsite residents, and there are no further charges to pay for using the facilities which include
Large Boating/Fishing Lake (Free Pedaloes), Water Slides, Bouncy Castles, Zip Wire, Ride Down the Hill on the Luge, Pedal Go Karts, Trampolines, Table Tennis, Tennis, Mini Golf, Swings and Slides, Giant draughts and chess, Land train runs every hour, and much more....
To keep the children entertained there is free children's entertainment throughout July and August.
We try to be as flexible as possible on change over days if at all possible.
Notes on prices:
All prices stated are per week, per mobile home up to 6 persons and 1 car, extra days can be accommodated. Price includes water, gas, electricity, local tourist taxes. Entrance to the on site leisure park is free to residents. All facilities are free onsite. Sorry, no pets allowed. We request a £100 non refundable deposit. Regret Bed linen and towels are NOT PROVIDED.
Ideal position to explore the beautiful coastal walks and beaches nearby. Easy access to Cathedral city of Quimper, Benodet with it's fabulous restaurants and sailing marina, close to Audierne a famous fishing port,The nearest beach at Pors Poulhan is a short drive from the campsite, however within 10 mins of Camping Bel Air you are spoilt for choice. Whether it is the long sandy beaches at Penhors, white sands of Audierne or the small rocky coves in the bay of Douarnenez you can visit a different beach every day of your holiday.
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