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Saint Céneri Le Gérei
Authorised motorhome parking day or night - no services
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Fifth time here. Lovely spot but both restaurants and the bar closed. Only open sometimes at lunchtime nothimg to eat or drink on a Friday evening! We left and went to a nearby village Saint Pierre de Nids. Done a review of our lovely stay in that place.View all reviews by joeirish
Lovely spot by the river next to a beautiful village. NOTE approach along D144 onto D535 from Saint-Pierre-des-Nids to avoid a very tight turn at the villageView all reviews by gtandft
Was beginning to wonder where the sat nav was taking me when I had to back up to get around one of the final corners. However the challenges of the approach were well worth it. One of the prettiest aires I have visited. No services - apart from some clean toilets.View all reviews by Take55555
The village itself is delightful. No shops for supplies but very old and picturesque. Serveral restaurants but probably very crowded in the summer. Helpful tourist information.
Our first stop off in France so we didn't need any services (there is a decent loo and it looked like there may be a single electricity hook up but we didn't investigate) - very pretty Aire right in the centre of the village. Perfect quiet rural retreat and plenty of space, easy access (just don't listen to sat nav as ours tried to direct us down the no entry road close to church) instead you need to access it just before the two restaurants on the right hand side - hard to describe but easy enough. The village is very pretty - two restaurants, couple of shops that were closed probably due to weekend, quirky church with fab views over countryside and a nice walk by river. Highly recommend.View all reviews by TaliHo87
Oh my word, our first ever night in an Aire and we chose this lovely village and setting. Very peaceful spot, spotless toilets in the village and although a couple of tight bends on the approach we managed in our 8m vehicle. No services as such but wonderful.View all reviews by johntgunthorpe
What a gem of an Aire this place is ,we came across it on our way to the west coast ,it’s set next to a river... on approach to the village there are a couple of tight hairpin bends but you can get around ok, we have a 8 metre motorhome and we got around no problem it’s well worth it .View all reviews by barb1
The Aire is set right in the picturesque village, there are a couple of nice restaurants and a couple of bars too and a gift shop also selling local produce
There are no services lovely and Quiet to sleep
Stayed here overnight en route to the west coast. Beautiful spot, very peaceful & quiet by a river, the only noise was from the birds singing! Situated in an old village with an old church with a stunning view. A few restaurants & cafe bar (opens at 10) but no shops.There is a tourist bureau. Well kept free Aire which is mainly tarmac but grass by the side of the river. A very clean public WC is on rhs just outside Aire, look for brown painted sign “toilettes”high up on the wall along rough pathView all reviews by marty
If we head to the West Coast from Calais down the A28 route (but on the "route Nationals") we try and head for this spot for a break and overnight. It is a beautiful village with a could of good restaurants and some great views. It is free and there are no facilities, but still worth a stop. Walk up into the village and up to the church. Or walk along the river and see the small church by the river. Then on up the hill to the large chuch. Take time to walk down to the centre, but don't forget to turn left down to the bridge for some fantastic views of the river and the church on the hill.View all reviews by rumour
While you are by the river, keep an eye out for the coypu. They nest and play on the opposite bank and sometimes they appear close by. But whatever you do, don't miss this for a peaceful and beautiful stop.