Hostellerie Le Clos du Moulin
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We needed supplies, so toddled along to the nearest supermarket.
Leaving Fecamp, we wandered up the coast so that we would be able to camp within easy reach of Dunkirk and the ferry.Weather was horrible, so we thought we would get to our stop early.
We had planned to go back to Wimereux and the site we stopped at on the first nightt. But ...
We picked the Camping L'Été Indien site as it was
1/ Close to the Autoroute
2/ Close to the Boulogne Auchan
3/ In the ACSI book at 14€ a night
We arrived during Siesta which meant that we couldn't get in straight away but it meant Stephanie could take a walk and pick an empty pitch for when they did open up. We found one not too far from the shower toilet block with the disabled facilities in, the ...
Travel down the coast road to Boulogne Sur Mer stopping at 'Battery Todd' Impressive battery aimed at the English Coast.Arrived in Boulogne Sur Mer for the night. Great camping Aire on the cliff top overlooking Boulogne. Cycled in to the centre to check out the old medieval walled town. Huge Cathedral overlooking the ...
After lunch we went to Stella for a walk along the beach to Merlimont. While we were there, the sky cleared completely and the sun was beautifully warm, so after paddling in the edge of the sea all the way there and back, we all decided to go for a last swim. The sea was calm today, so great for swimming but ...
... so a haven for ours. Matty ended up painting the wrought-iron gates with Felicity. An hour and a half later, we returned for a very late lunch!
After lunch, it was a bit late to go out anywhere far away and the boys wanted to go out with Pierre-Marie, so Alastair and I nipped down to Leclerc for bread and things.
Later in the afternoon,Tommy and Matty came back from a trip to the field with a baby hare -Pierre-Marie had told them to bring ...
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed