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Lassay Les Châteaux

Authorised motorhome service point and night stop

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Lassay Les Châteaux, Mayenne [53], Pays de la Loire, France, 53110

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Open from Jan to Dec

Parking free
Services: 2€

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Review by: thetravelmoores
Visit date: Oct 2019
Unit type: Motorhome under 7m
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On mixed parking and very puddly after recent rain and dark underneath the trees. Euro Relais with jeton for water which wasn't working when we were there. Town 2 minutes walk or longer if going via the 'rose garden'. Bars, restaurants, shops and pharmacy. Good for an overnight stop.
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Review by: cartyl
Visit date: Sep 2019
Unit type: Medium Motorhome under 8m
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8.25
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The aire is at the edge of the public car park in the town. We stopped here for lunch, looks like services are all free now.
pleasant little town enjoyed the short walk by the lake and chateau.
Chateau not open often and wasn't the day we visited.
Public toilet if required in nearby Rue De Chateau ( on the left hand side as you walk towards chateau)
quite a few shops nearby
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Review by: SimonWhitmore66
Visit date: Apr 2019
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This is a nice quiet stop in a lovely french village with a Château (castle), pretty gardens and a ruin nearby. There are only 4 places positioned in a line, so in reality only 2/3 motorhomes can park, although there was plenty of space within the rest of the car park. The services are now free which is good. The car park is right in the middle of the village next to the rose gardens, church and convent and a few minutes walk to the chateaux. The chateaux is lived in so only open in certain weekends, best to check website if you want to see inside. A good overnight stop if you are nearby.
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Review by: lotusboy
Visit date: May 2018
Unit type: Campervan
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7.25
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Great little car park with facilities, grey waste and toilet disposal water available with a token from the tourist office.
Lovely gardens near by for a quiet walk round and you can visit the chateau for €7, car park not to busy plenty of space , a quaint French town worth an overnight stop if you are on this route
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Review by: chaser
Visit date: Sep 2014
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Excellent aire in a beautiful village, plenty shops and bars and restaurants, market on a Friday in the square.
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Review by: admin
Visit date: Aug 2014
Unit type: Medium Motorhome under 8m
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7.5
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Mixed car parking area with a single Euro Relais service point that has a single electric point, water and chemical disposal point plus drive over grey drain. The waste and wc disposal are free, but you need a jeton 2€ for either 100l water or 1 hour of electric. Jetons are available from the tourist office or the 2 boulangeries in the village. Sign indicates space for 50 but that includes cars that use the car park for the village. If you arrive during the day, space will be at a premium but at night the area soon empties. Longer vans will still have to be parked strategically to conceal any overhang. The village  is medieval with a lovely XIVth century chateau in remarkable condition. If you leave the car park, cross the road and turn left there is a walk around the chateau gardens and lake. If the village was in the Cotswolds it would be a major tourist attraction, but as it is it's a typical sleepy French village with a few bars etc. 
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