Yelloh ! Village Les Mouettes
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- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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TravelPod Member ReviewsYelloh ! Village Les Mouettes Carantec
When we arrived although our caravan wasn't ready, they let us use the facilities such as the bar, pool, and games room, which was useful to keep occupied. Then the company we were staying with (keycamp) rang us on our phone, to alert us that our caravan was ready. All the facilities were five star, and there isn't much to fault. The site does get very busy and loud, At times, but personally this doesn't bother me. The majority of staff speak good English, and there are a range of optional activities provided. I payed for a weeks worth of wifi and it was not the best I must admit. I highly recommend this site. Would definitely go again
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