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This resort boasts a charming setting, just 2 km away from the town of Cazals, in the French countryside. The resort is surrounded by natural beauty, offering the perfect setting in which to completely relax and unwind. Guests will find themselves just a short driving distance away from a number of attractions and amenities in the area. This resort is perfect for families, offering tastefully-designed chalets, which are well equipped with modern amenities. The resort offers a number of leisure and recreational facilities and services, ensuring that each and every traveller enjoys a truly comfo...More details
Check-out ends at: 11:00
Pool and wellness facilitiesOutdoor Pool
Business Facilities / FacilitiesMeeting Rooms
Good base for day trips
Reviewed 10 august, 2017
We stayed a week in this park with family members that stayed in another chalet. First thing to note is that we had booked a 6-person chalet, which appeared completely the same as the 4 person chalet that my relatives were staying in. The park itself is quiet and there is not much going on at the park itself. For someone looking to spend a lot of time at the park, that may turn out disappointing. The chalets themselves are well equipped and relatively new, though they have little luxury. Like many self catering places the inventory lacks useful items like scissors, kettle and wine glasses. There is only wifi at the reception building and to get a decent signal you need to loiter close to the reception door. There is a facility to order bread for the next day that can be collected in the morning. On a warm day the swimming pool lacks sufficient chairs or sunbeds. Check-in is only between 4-6pm. Check out strictly before 10am at a pre-agreed 10 minute time slot. I would say that this park is pleasant for making day trips and not spending much time on. There are lots of interesting places to visit within a 1 hour drive radius. Opinions on the friendliness of reception staff seem to vary, but we had no problems and thought they were friendly and helpful.
Dont go here if you are English
Reviewed 14 august, 2016
Lovely location and with clean pool. But no English signs anywhere and the staff are very rude to you. Nothing round about, no supermarkets etc. we tried to get opening times from the staff but they weren't telling us (and we do not speak French and they done speak a word of English). You also need to clean your room on departure and are very strict on this - you also need to strip the beds which we didn't do as there is no signs in english telling you this. Café wasn't open and no entertainment. wifi only works in the reception area.
A "child lock" defeated not only children
Reviewed 3 september, 2015
I, Melachi ibn Amillar, being a man of wealth and taste, did stay at Les Hameaux de Pomette, a collection of chalets half a kilometre outside Cazals, in July 2015. One can park beside one's chalet - these are on a slope a few dozen metres from one another, each with a fine shaded patio to sit and read, with plastic chairs and a table. Ours was quite clean, though one evening a column of ants launched an offensive on the kitchen. Cazals is a pleasant small country town, with a supermarket, two restaurants and a bar, though a long drive from the autoroute to Toulouse or Paris. Plenty of charming medieval villages lie within an hour or two, but I could not really recommend this area to someone without a car, unless a dedicated touring cyclist. Wifi was available down in the reception, or by sitting fairly closely outside it in the evening, where there were also a few toys and games. The pool was unshaded and a bit short of sunbeds. The "child lock" on the gate defeated not only children. Most guests were French. In principle I would not mind staying here again, had I not already stayed here.
Calme et reposant
Reviewed 20 september, 2021
Chalet très agréable et propre, situation idéale pour visiter la région. Le hameau est calme est reposant. Et permet des vacances avec notre chien ce qui n'est pas évident de nos jours. Le cadre est propice au repos si l'on a pas envie de bouger.
Déçu de l'acceuil
Reviewed 15 september, 2021
Directeur très désagréable, caution de 250 eur. demandé pour une nuit et 55 eur. pour le ménage au lieu de 35 . Terres de France me confirme que la caution n est pas exigible pour une nuit. Le directeur n'a pas aimé que je lui dise de mettre le masque a l' accueil. Déçu de cet accueil .