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at La Fontaine d'Annibal

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... happened on our last night. There were 30+ people in the small pool area! Iā€™d definitely go back but out of high season. šŸ‘
... It may not be the fanciest place with multiple plunge pools and Jacuzzis, there may be the occasional muddy foot print...
... buy coffee from 8am (if your stove breaks!). I think the pool was heated, it was good to swim in at the end of May anyway....
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A very good site although I visited out of season so it was relatively quiet. We also stayed mid week so avoided the weekend people. Facilities are good and clean but basic, showers are ok but could do with modernising. Laundry area is expensive and of poor quality machines with 1 being out of order. Reception staff very friendly/helpful. Be aware though there is a large hostel also jointly on site and it can get busy/noisy if a large party arrives which is what happened on our last night. There were 30+ people in the small pool area! Iā€™d definitely go back but out of high season. šŸ‘
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Date of stay: September 2019Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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My family and friends have been here every year for two weeks for at least 10 years. It may not be the fanciest place with multiple plunge pools and Jacuzzis, there may be the occasional muddy foot print in the bathrooms or a few weeds in the flower beds but this is where real memories are made. Yes there is a bit of a walk to collect water but with that walk your friends and family join you and that's where the best memories are made. The pool is a haven of activity and fun with activities like water aerobics going on. At night there are boules matches, discos and food served till late on. Running down the side of the campsite is a stunningly tranquil river and there is a short walk to town. The views from this spot are great and there are loads of activities to do around the campsite. For those who don't fancy the outdoors experience, there are fixed tents for glamping, mobiles, chalets and even a hotel so there are options to suite everyone. I love this place.
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Date of stay: August 2018Trip type: Travelled with family
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We camped here for 3 nights in May. Perfect situation. We would go back.
The toilets/showers were cleaned every day, more than once. Warning, you have to bring your own loo paper ! I don't know if there was Wifi, we didn't use it.
You have to reserve to eat in the restaurant and it was fully reserved when we were there by people staying the hotel rooms above the reception, so I can't comment.
There's no bread delivery in the morning, but it's not far to walk into town. You can buy coffee from 8am (if your stove breaks!).
I think the pool was heated, it was good to swim in at the end of May anyway.
Takes 45 mins to drive Bedoin (for Mt Ventoux cycle), some great cycle tours direct from the campsite, and 3 long via-ferratas that are a good hours walk away.
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Date of stay: May 2017Trip type: Travelled with family
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