Le Castel tries to make holidays easier for mums with babies at all times, but this year we will also be running special baby and toddler holidays outside of the main season at discounted prices.
You can choose from 3, 4 or seven night breaks on an almost all inclusive basis (lunches not included or dinner on a Thursday)
The idea is that ferry travel will be cheaper and quieter.
The baby holidays do not include child care, but we will do everything possible to make life easier for you.
You will be able to have dinners or suppers downstairs, knowing that you can easily hear and pop up to see your baby if needed.
We have a full range of cots, high chairs, baby bowls, monitors, baby baths, changing mats, sterilizer etc.
Each room has a microwave and kettle. There is also a kitchen where you can make meals for a baby yourselves
Three day breaks are Saturday, Sunday and Monday,
Four day breaks are the same price as three nights and run Tues, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday.
Seven day breaks run Saturday to Saturday.
Prices for 3 or 4 night breaks (not available in school holidays)
Dauphin - £1,000 for a family of three or four
Roi - £1,200
Comte - only available for week long bookings
Prices for 7 nights
Dauphin - £2,000
Emperor - £2,150
Roi - £2,400
All inclusive holidays are priced in sterling. We can take UK bank transfers but you can pay in euro if you prefer. Lunches are not included
Baby comes too holidays are available during school summer holidays but are priced as normal family holidays.
Ask us for a code to get a discount of up to 15% on crossings with Brittany Ferries.
Brittany Ferries sail from Portsmouth and Poole to Caen and Cherbourg, which are both an hour from Le Castel. They offer a choice of fast crafts and slower cruises.
The fast crafts are obviously much quicker, but they don't have much in the way of facilities on board. With the cruise ferries you can get a day time cabin for around £20 that gives you a great base and means you can put kids to bed for a while. There is a play area and two cinemas on board plus a wide choice of dining - self service cafe or a proper restaurant serving very good food.
If you prefer driving then Eurotunnel is a great option. The crossing on the train is 35 minutes and is very easy to use. You then have around a four hour drive to Le Castel. However, the pretty port of Honfleur is exactly half way and is a great place for lunch or just an explore.