Keycamp solution to half term dilemma

Monday, 16 May 2011 10:39 AM

For families struggling to think of ways to keep the kids entertained this half term, Keycamp are on hand to offer some last-minute advice on how to have some family fun, while not breaking the bank.

Keycamp’s Les Genets campsite is a popular and lively parc, situated next a beautiful sandy beach, a winning destination for families seeking an action-packed break.

With a host of sporting facilities on offer, cycling, volleyball, tennis and badminton, and the on-parc pool complex complete with waterslide and lazy river, providing hours of fun for all the family.

A seven night break from 28 May for a family of two adults and up to four children staying in a two bedroom Villagrand mobile home will cost just £330 per party, including a return Dover to Calais ferry crossing.

Also available from Keycamp is a family retreat at La Foret parc, set in the grounds of a nineteenth century French château.

With two pools, three fishing lakes and a range of on-site activities including mini golf and horse riding, there is no end of activities for children and adults alike.

A seven night break from 28 May for a family of two adults and up to four children staying in a three-bedroom Grand 29 mobile home with decking will cost just £365 per party, including a return Dover to Calais ferry crossing.


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