Grass Pitch

Europe France Loire Valley Loir-et-Cher La Ferme de Prunay

  • Sleeps 6 (max 6 adults, 5 children)
Grass Pitch - beautiful farm based campsite in the Loire Valley, with a sunny pitch and views over the fields.

The Owner Says

Pitch your tent in this idyllic farm based campsite, with stunning views over fields of wild flowers.
These pitches are situated in the new part of the campsite and they are sunny and calm with views over the fields, they are shaded and private places.
Set in the heart of the famous Loire Valley, La Ferme de Prunay is a charming farm campsite, which is an ideal base from which to explore this rich region of France.
Little ones will have plenty to keep them occupied with activities including animal petting, tractor rides, bread making etc...  not to mention the outdoor play area as well as ping pong, volleyball and table football. Boat hire is also available on site to enjoy a spot of fishing or bikes to whizz around the campsite are also available free of charge for children. To explore further afield a rental service is on offer on site for bikes for the whole family.
The surrounding area offers a wealth of choice with the stunning Loire Valley Chateaux's to visit and the delicious wineries to explore. The swimming pool is perfect to cool off or just relax and unwind.
The bar offers a bread and croissant service every morning and offers snacks and drinks throughout the day.
This is a beautifully set up campsite, with lots to enjoy and explore.

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About La Ferme de Prunay

Suitable For

Tents, campervans, caravans, and dogs (on leads) all welcome.

Nearby

There are discount vouchers available on site to get into many tourist locations in the Loir-et-Cher département, including the wonderful chateau at Blois (0033 254 90 33 32) 10 miles (16 km) away, where Joan of Arc was blessed in 1429 before she left with her army to drive the English from Orléans. The Maison de la Magie (0033 254 90 33 33), a spectacular House of Magic museum, is situated across the Place de la Château from the castle and equally merits a visit. The beautiful town of Amboise is well worth the 20-minute drive along the Loire both for its chateau and Le Clos Lucé (0033 247 57 00 73), the house where Leonardo da Vinci lived his final 3 years, which is now a museum displaying models of his amazing drawings. It’s possible to hire canoes to use on the Loire itself, or the rivers Loir and Cher, which feed into it.

Food & Drink

The farm is a member of the regional tourist organisation ‘Bienvenue à la ferme’ and can recommend many local suppliers, listed in a French brochure, including La Cabinette for goats’ cheese in Onzain, 5 miles (8 km) away (which also has the best range of shops locally), or their favourite organic Touraine wine produced at Domaine Château-Gaillard in Mesland, about 2 miles (3 km) from the site. Among the many local markets they recommend those in Amboise on Friday and Sunday mornings on the banks of the Loire. There are many restaurants to choose from in Blois and just about anywhere near the castle is good. Nonetheless, L’Orangerie du Château de Blois (0033 254 78 05 36) really stands out as a special gastronomic treat. In a beautiful building with stunning interiors and a lovely terrace opposite the castle, its menus are from €34.

Location

La Ferme de Prunay is located at Ferme de Prunay, 41150 Seillac, Loir-et-Cher, France

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Getting There

From A10 take the Blois exit, then follow directions for Angers and Château-Renault until Molineuf, then follow signs for Chambon-sur-Cisse and then Seillac on D131, where you’ll pick up the roadside signs to Ferme de Prunay.