Camping Spineuse Neufchateau

Camping Spineuse Neufchateau
  • Location and surroundings
  • Pricing and value for money
  • Facilities available
  • Access for larger motorhomes
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Summary

Camping Spineuse – a full straight “five stars” for this peaceful site.

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Very rarely do we have an overnight stop between the Alsace and the channel port. However, on this occasion, the ACSI guide led us to Camping Spineuse, just over a mile from the pretty Belgian town of Neufchateau. Directions from the ACSI book were spot on. Accessing the site via a private lane, we entered our own little paradise – what a gem of a find this turned out to me.

Camping Spineuse bistro

The on site bistro and outdoor seating area.

First impressions showed the site to be immaculately presented, with the grassed areas looking like Wimbledon at the start of the tournament. We asked about the availability of two pitches. The owner was very apologetic, stating that due to the recent heavy rains the grass was water-logged, but we could pitch on the gravel roadway between the pitches. This was no problem at all to us.

http://www.camping-spineuse.nl/en

Plenty of space on this well tended site.

All staff we encountered were friendly and welcoming, with an excellent level of English being spoken.

Once pitched up, we hooked up and settled in.

Camping Spineuse – “home from home”.

The following facilities were available on site

  • Toilets/washroom – absolutely spotless
  • FREE wifi
  • Motorhome service point
  • All grass pitches with 6 or 16 amps electric
  • Childrens’ play area
  • Pool
  • Bar/bistro
  • Friendly “wildlife” – ducks and tame rabbits
Camping Spineuse

A well equipped childrens play area at Camping Spineuse

Nearby, is the “Lac du Chateauneuf”, with a pleasant perimeter walk and also sporting opportunities for those that wish.

Camping Spineuse Lac Chateauneuf

Lac du Chateauneuf is close by

In the evening, we decided to visit the on site bistro at Camping Spineuse and for less than sixty euro we had:

  • Two steaks cooked to our liking
  • Chips
  • Vegetables
  • Side salad
  • Ice cream desert
  • Two beers
  • Two glasses of red wine.
Spineuse Camping

Spineuse Camping, food at the on site bistro

The meal was plentiful and of good quality.

Spineuse Camping is located just a few miles from the motorway connecting Belgium and Luxembourg and as such, makes this a great “transit stop”. The website gives opening dates and prices – click here.

One thing worth mentioning – I had the best and most peaceful night’s sleep in a long time. Hardly surprising in these idyllic surroundings.

 

 

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  1. Camping Spineuse June 5, 2016
  2. Peter August 26, 2017
    • Motorhome Voyager August 27, 2017
  3. Dave B June 12, 2018
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