About the property
- Campground2152 sq. ft.
- Half Baths0
- Minimum Stay7 nights
Four bell tents, Kitchen and Bathroom Cabins, sleeps 6
Kindá Kamping Bell Tents are our ‘back to nature with a touch of luxury’ camping, comprising of four bell tents set in woodland clearing, tucked away in the woodland you are far enough away to feel secluded and private but with just a short walk to all facilities.
Our farm is based in rural France, just outside the typical French village of Miallet, Dordogne. Miallet offers a range of shops to keep you provisioned for your stay and excursions further a field will offer a wider range of café and restaurants for you to try. Larger supermarkets are a short drive away.
This beautiful setting has everything to offer for a peaceful, relaxing holiday, with plenty of activities to keep children amused, allowing you all to relax and enjoy your holiday
- Response time:
- within a few days
- english, french
- Calendar last updated:
- Mar 01, 2018
About Leigh Smith
We are David and Leigh Smith and together with our son Ethan we run our small holiday business in Dordogne, France. We are very active and love doing anything outdoors, especially cycling and love being out and about enjoying the beautiful surroundings and weather.
Leigh Smith purchased this Campground in 2002
Why Leigh Smith chose Mialet
We bought our property in September 2002 on a spur of the moment weekend trip away and we thought it was a great location for offering cycling holidays. Since bringing up our two children and carrying out the renovations on the derelict buildings, we have come to realise what a great place this is for families to come, unwind, relax, have fun and try to live life how we used to when we were younger. Here children still have the freedom to run around and play without having to watch their every move.
What makes this Campground unique
Why choose us over the others?? We are at the end of a small hamlet therefore very in a very quiet area. The glamp site is very private and not overlooked (well maybe by the odd bird or two). Unlike other camping holidays with us you get all four tents, a kitchen cabin and bathroom cabin to yourselves these are not share with others.
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Check-in: 4:00 PM
Check-out: 10:00 AM
100% refund if canceled at least 60 days before arrival date. You must contact the owner directly to request cancellation.
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Special interest holidays: This area is very very popular with cyclists, whether you mountain bike or road cycle. For mountain bikers there are kilometres of off road tracks, passing chateaux, lakes, rivers and fantastic scenery. For the road cyclist, these quiet, undulating road make road cycling safe and a pleasure to ride, passing through many typical French villages, lakes, rivers and again the views are breathtaking. Ideal for the family, in Miallet we have a barrage (man made dam), suitable for cycling or walking, this is off road so no worrying about traffic, making it safer for the children. A little further afield we have a modified disused railway track again very popular for families to cycle or walk as it is traffic free. Coast/Beach: Although this is a rural location there are many lakes locally with beautiful man made beaches, many have diving platforms, canoes, pedaloes, cafes, toilet facilities and are life guarded during summer months. Travel: Nearest airport - Limoges Airport, 38km (approx 45mins drive) where Ryanair fly from Stansted, East Midlands and Liverpool, Manchester, Bristol. Flybe fly from Southampton. Due to the location of the property and local attactions a car is recommended. For driving directions - we can provide written directions on request. Distances: The small village of Miallet is 4km away with a small grocery shop, bakers, butchers, post office, hairdressers, bar/restaurant, church and chemist (English Speaking). There are larger supermarkets in La Coquille (7km) and Chalus (8km). Further Details: Local activities: tree adventure, canoeing, cycling, fishing, go karting, golf, horse riding, ice skating, mountain biking, swimming, tennis, theme parks, walking, wine tasting, velorail, zoo park, many beautiful lakes with beach areas and life guarded in summer months, good restaurants/auberges and traditional markets. Brantome: known as Little Venice, a historic medieval market town, where the Rivers Dordogne and Drone meet to surround the town. With its boutiques, restaurants, cafes and bars where you can relax and watch the activities on the rivers. Every friday morning there is a market. Canoeing is very popular here. Well recommended for a visit. Limoges: situated on the riverside of the Vienne, with original settlements that date back to roman times, the city is well known for it's fine porcelain and painted enamelware, cultural activities and botanical gardens. The city has celebrated it's 2000th anniversary and is rich in cultural history with many museums, symphonies and theatres. Limoges is best known for it's procelain and china developed in the 18th century out of enamel work which began in the middle ages. Visit the many shops and tour the working factories.