Holidays are such stressful / heart warming times. Theres the hours of packing, travelling/ getting lost. To then be over whelmed by the time you have together. Those little moments where the kids are being nice and you sit and enjoy each other. No work, no life getting in the way. You and your family and thats what I love the most. IT was our first ever holiday just the 5 of us we wondered if it would be a little boring but it was far from it we loved each others company and did not rush at all the whole week.
|The Monkeys on the Journey to France|
We were contacted by Eurocamp to choose any one of there resorts to choose and have a holiday. With that we spent a good few weeks deciding the pros and cons of where to go. Weather we wanted to drive or fly somewhere, thankfully we live a 20 minute drive from Dover which makes the travel so much more handy where driving abroad. I was thinking about a little Tuscan holiday with the moutains as our back drop, like the holidays we had growing up. Sadly the attractions of some of the parks pulled me away and we decided on Le crux de vie point, In France. The benefit of it being only 2.5 hours from Calais was a winner, with two small toddlers and a noisy 8 year old being stuck in the car for hours can be tourture. Also we chose here in case we decided to go to Paris or even better Disneyland.
|Our Home for the Week|
|Thanks for the Welcome Pack Eurocamp it had some teabags in which I was very grateful for!|
When arrived at the park there was screams from the back as they spotted the pool and all the other attractions. We were greeted by the Eurocamp team and shown to our villa. By Villa we say little palace, we’ve been on this type of holiday before and this villa blew the others out of the water. Me and my husband looked at each other in disbelief, we saw it online but did not believe that we were actually here. To the furnishings and the quality of the furniture. There was tons of space and 3 bedrooms. There was lots of little cupboards meaning things can be kept away and out of sight. We had a little decking with a gate to stop the toddle beasts escaping. We were over joyed and feeling so blessed.
Our villa consisted of 3 bedrooms, one double with an ensuite and two double single cabin beds. The kids chose there beds with Asti and Ami sharing and Son Son on his own they even unpacked there clothes and wanted to put there duvet covers on so they could go under the sheets. We unpacked what we had and set of for a little walk to explore. We had a proper kitchen with a whistling kettle. There was a little table and chairs which was an added bonus, with two double doors that lead out to a wooden decking. Eurocamp provided us with an added safely gate to help us try to contain our toddlers.
|Daddy loved all the BQQ's we had!|
|Every meal time was outside it was pure Bliss|
Theres lots of things to do here at the park for us I think sometimes we are a little boring and tend to stick to things that we are familiar with (such as swimming). There was plenty of swimming to be had with indoor and outdoor pools. Even a little man made beach ( I deffo felt at home at the beach how ever small it was). Soft play, laser quasar and bowling for the rubbish weather days. With so much more out door activities and sports we were blown away with what to do.
Check out Part 2 here - Mummy's Little Blog: Our Eurocamp Adventure Part 2 - Diary of what we got up too
and Part 3 where we have a lovely video too - Part 3
and Part 3 where we have a lovely video too - Part 3
Looks like you had a great time. I've heard such good things about Eurocamp. Look forward to seeing part 2 of your review :)ReplyDelete
You look like you had a fantastic time xReplyDelete
I've never been but I've heard great things about Eurocamp. The facilities look fab, can't wait to see more.ReplyDelete
It sounds like you had a fab time, I've heard about Eurocamp but never been to one.ReplyDelete
Sounds a lot like the Eurocamp that we stayed in over half term in France but this one sounds like it had a lot more in there.ReplyDelete
It's great to know Eurocamp holidays are good quality. We've booked with another operator for our French holiday this year, but after reading this we'll definitely bear them in mind for next time.ReplyDelete
I am a big fan of Eurocamp, we tend to have our more expensive summer holiday in June/July then a cheeky break away on Sept and quite often use Eurocamp in Normandy, they are great!ReplyDelete
We are green with envy at your trip. We went here 2 years ago and loved it. It is such a great place for kids and adults alike!ReplyDelete
I have been wanting to try Eurocamp for so long! Sounds really good and we would use as a base to go out exploring.ReplyDelete
I would love to stay at Euro camp I have heard so much about them.ReplyDelete
I have always wanted to try Eurocamp. Looks like you all have a wonderful time xxReplyDelete
We did a similar trip a couple of years ago with another company and I must admit we tended to stick to the swimming pool when we on site.ReplyDelete
It looks as though you had a fab time and I love the family shot at the end xReplyDelete
We've never tried Eurocamp, but I would love to give it a go. Looks good fun.ReplyDelete
oh i do think these are someone who may be able tohelp with our very large 2 parents and 8 children family nect holiday as we cant seem to get a holiday anywhereReplyDelete
I have never been to France but would definitely consider stopping at somewhere like Eurocamp. It sounds ideal for a growing family.ReplyDelete
Sounds like a fantastic trip. We've never tried Eurocamp but it looks like lots of fun. Quite fancy a little recee to France!ReplyDelete
I have heard great things about eurocamp, and looks like youve had a great timeReplyDelete
I've never been to a eurocamp, but it certainly looks like a lot of funReplyDelete
This sounds like such fun and I've heard great things about Eurocamp. Looking forward to part 2!ReplyDelete
We camped with Eurocamp last year in Austria and Germany. With a 4 month old and a 2 year old. One of our best holidays ever! Glad you enjoyed yours too.ReplyDelete
Amazing, I would love to do a Eurocamp holiday with my little family - it looks right up our street.ReplyDelete
I'm gad you had a great time. The little beach sounds lovely. #TriedTested
Jenna at Tinyfootsteps xx
It sounds and looks like you had a lovely time....I haven't heard of Eurocamp before xReplyDelete
Ah I have such lovely memories of holidays with Eurocamp when I was a kid. Glad you enjoyed it :) xReplyDelete
I have never been on a Eurocamp holiday before but i think that it would be perfect for us having three children of different age ranges. It sounds and looks like a lovely place x #TriedTestedReplyDelete
I have heard so many good things about Eurocamp - definitely somewhere we will look at in the future. Thanks for linking up with #TriedTestedReplyDelete