The Lake House Experience at Keycamp Holidays

A couple of weeks ago we enjoyed a lovely holiday to France thanks to Keycamp Holidays and TheBabyWebsite.  The first two nights we chose to stay in the Lake House, an accommodation unlike any other!

This house actually floats and also means you can set sail off into the middle of the lake – something we did both nights we stayed there. There is only one of these and it is set on a secluded Lake in the Chateau des Ormes parc and is exclusively offered to Keycamp Holiday guests. We felt very special indeed.

The Lake House consists of:

• Double bed on a mezzanine
• 1 bunk bedroom
• 1 single bedroom
• Duvets and pillows
• 1 dry toilet – please note the nearest shower/toilet block is 500m from the Lake House
• Patio table and chairs
• 4 burner hob and grill
• Cool box
• Kitchen equipment

But don’t just take the Keycamp word for it. Have a look at the video tour we recorded below:


Keycamp offers self-catering holidays to over 90 top parcs across eight European countries, including Italy, Spain and Austria. Each boasts excellent facilities and a choice of stylish mobile home, lodge and even tree house accommodation.

Seven nights from 7 September 2013 for a family of two adults and up to four children staying in a two bedroom Villanova mobile home with decking at Keycamp’s Château des Ormes parc will cost from £230, accommodation only. Fly-drive and ferry packages can be arranged though Keycamp at a supplement.

For the latest deals, further information or to make a booking, visit or call 0844 406 0319.

Why not go across to TheBabyWebsite and check out my full review of the Keycamp Holiday we experienced?

Linking this post up to CountryKids over at Coombe Mill




  1. July 28, 2013 / 11:03 pm

    How great is that! What a novelty to be able to be on a secluded lake surrounded by such beauty – no wonder you had a good nights sleep. Thanks for sharing with Country Kids.

  2. Cathie B
    July 23, 2013 / 6:48 am

    Looks/sounds fab hun – I know a certain little boy which would LOVE this – not sure Keycamp would though. Growing up my family often used Keycamp for holidays and we started off in tents and over the years (as parents got older) we rented mobile homes, and they were always a fab company to use. Glad you had a great holiday x

  3. July 22, 2013 / 10:07 pm

    Wow Vic, this looks like great fun! Glad you had a lovely holiday x

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