Canada Lodge Classic

Europe France Aquitaine Dordogne Camping La Grande Veyière

  • Sleeps 5 (max 5 adults, 4 children)
  • Electricity
  • Cooking facilities
  • Beds Provided
  • Bed Linen Provided
  • Towels Provided
Book our Canada Lodge Classic, ideal for a family of 4 or 5 people. It has 2 bedrooms, one with a double bed and the second with bunk beds. You also have a kitchenette with a refrigerator, gas cooker, coffee maker, microwave and crockery for 6 people. Step outside onto your own covered terrace equipped with garden table and chairs.

The Owner Says

Quiet and intimate on the one hand, the site can also be a hive of activity, with an array of games, creative workshops. The campsite is well situated for exploring the surrounding area, it's truly a camper’s dream with this sort of heart-stirring countryside.
Canada Tent Description:
The Canada Tent is a large, equipped tent 20m², ideal for a family of 4 to 5 persons. For more comfort, we have mounted the tents on poles. The first bedroom has a double bed and the second has a bunk bed (please note the raised bed is not suitable for children under the age of 6)
An additional single bed or baby bed can be supplied if requested when booking. We also provide you with pillows, 3 quilts and 3 summer blankets.
In the kitchenette you have a refrigerator, gas cooker, coffee maker, microwave and crockery for 6 people. A high chair or baby bed may be available for hire at an extra charge (please select on booking flow)
Step outside onto your own covered 12m² terrace  equipped with garden table and chairs.
Please think of bringing: sheets, pillowcases, towels, etc
Our 150m² lagoon-shaped swimming pool is reserved for our guests only, free of charge. For your children, we have a customised playground. Nearby, you can enjoy volleyball, badminton or ‘petanque’ (jeu de boules), or use one of our two ping-pong tables.

About Camping La Grande Veyière

Suitable For

Tents, caravans, campervans and dogs – yes. Large groups – no.


Sarlat is a charming labyrinth of passageways, sandstone buildings, and secluded squares. Showcasing some of Europe’s best-preserved medieval architecture, unsurprisingly Sarlat has become a tourist trap, so you may find it hard to enjoy the town’s beauty amongst the sharp elbows of sightseers during the busy summer months. Whichever alley you decide to amble down, sooner or later you'll reach the cathedral. Originally built in the 1100s, the abbey was redeveloped in the early 1500s and refurbished again in the 1700s, so it's a real mix of architectural styles. The western side and the belfry are the oldest parts of the building. Another delightful day-trip is to the sweet village of Monpazier; a proud member of the Les Plus Beaux Villages de France (The most beautiful villages of France.) Steeped in history, Monpazier was founded in 1284 by King Edward I of England, but it was only during the reign of King Charles V of France (1366-1380) that the Monpazier became French. Don’t leave without checking out the Place des Cornière; a square surrounded by homes whose ground floor form the arches of an arcade. Also, the thirteenth century St Dominique’s Church (built on a little island separated from the market square) is well worth a look.

Food & Drink

There’s a small shop onsite offering fresh bread every morning. The bar also offers take-away snacks. Head to the Restaurant de l’Abbaye in Cadouin (0033 553 634 093) for an experience in pure French gastronomy. This gourmet eatery (with cosy terrace) offers fresh food that is always beautifully presented. Follow the river east to Beynac (40 mins) for the romantic restaurant La Petite Tournelle (0033 553 299 518). Once you’ve navigated the higgledy-piggledy street, try the grilled duck and sumptuous chocolate cake. Dishes start from €16. For some fresh local produce, head to Sarlat for its twice-weekly market. Since this is the Dordogne (aka "land of the duck"), you can be sure to find plenty of pâté and foie gras at the many market butchers. Other local specialties include goose, cheese (of course!), cherries, walnuts, and truffles.

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Rated ★★★★★ over 13 reviews


Great family campsite

We loved this campsite which was well located to explore the Dordogne area. The family running the site were always friendly and helpful and made us feel very welcome. We had wonderful weather (high 20's everyday) and regularly used the really nice onsite swimming pool. The bread onsite was terrific, and our children loved the kids disco. A short drive away there was lots to do, including: horse riding (lovely horses), cycling (stunning river paths), summer village evening food markets (exceptional food and a highlight of our entire French holiday), huge castles to explore, and stunning scenery near the Dordogne.
Aug 30, 2021 by Aiden Verified Review

Beautiful, quiet, well-run, friendly and accommodating, lots to do and see nearby.

We loved this campsite. It has everything you need and is well-run by the family owners. It is well-located with lots to do nearby. The pitch for our two-person tent was quiet with views over the surrounding woodland. It provided very easy and pleasant living for our five day stay. Highly recommend.
Jul 11, 2021 by Wendy Sykes Verified Review

Cracking Little Campsite Off The Grid

Well run friendly family Business. Campsite is very clean and tidy with lots to do a short drive away. The campsite offers an array of food services in the evenings and was a very pleasant stay. Recommend.

Response from Camping La Grande Veyière

Thank you soo much for your review. Happy to hear you enjoyed your stay at our campsite. Best regards.

Beautiful little campsite in stunning surroundings

The four of us stayed in a Comfort Lodge for a week in late August and loved it. The accommodation itself is clean, spacious and has everything you need to get back to nature but with the added luxury of hot and cold running water, electricity and an en-suite shower room. The campsite is very well run, with plenty for children to do, but still retains the rustic, family feel we love. The swimming pool was pristine, the kids enjoyed playing in the playground and sandpit, and made friends with other children in the camp. We also enjoyed the daily bread delivery, Sunday pizza truck and ice cream van. Nearby is wealth of things to do - chateaus, beautiful villages, evening food markets, kayaking, climbing etc. All in all, we only touched the surface of this region in the week we had and would happily return again.

Quiet beauty and a warm welcome

A truly beautiful site, with great grounds, and lots of space around the pitches. One of the best sites we’ve stayed at. Lovely pool and bbq area.
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Camping La Grande Veyière is located at Camping La Grande Veyière, 24480 Molières, Dordogne, France

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Getting There

Coming from Perigueux (via Le Bugue) or Brive (via Sarlat) cross the railway in Le Buisson and follow the D25 to Cadouin. Continue towards Beaumont and after 3kms turn right on to the D27 (to Molières) and follow the signs. Coming from Bergerac, take the D660 to Sarlat. In Port de Couze turn right, following the D660 towards Cahors (passing through Bayac) and after 3kms turn left onto the D27 towards Cadouin; pass the Molières crossroad and and follow the road for a further 500 meters. Access to the campsite is on the right. Please be aware there are several villages in France called Molières, so be sure to head for the Molières with the zip code 24480.

Flybe (0871 700 2000), (0113 238 7444), and Ryanair (0871 246 0000) all fly regularly to Bergerac Roumanière airport (30 km drive to La Grande Veyiere.) Lalinde and Le Buisson train stations are located 10 km away; both stations are located on the Bergerac - Sarlat line; Le Buisson is also on the Paris - Limoges - Agen line.