Beauvais aire

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  1. mart

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    Will be stoppling at Beauvais aire for the first time on our trip in March . Has anyone stayed here and have recommendations thanks Martin & Jan
     
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    Stayed there early December. Lovely quiet aire overlooking cathedral, gorgeous views specially when lit up at night. As mentioned, coming off main road, hill very steep, but only for about 100 yards then you turn right.
     
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    We're at the Beauvais St Quentin Site today opposite Hyper U. There's designated bays for 4 to 5 vans. It's on a main road but that doesn't bother us. The town is a 10 minute walk away. The cathedral is huge and beautiful inside. There's plenty shops and coffee bars to entertain too. Diesel is €1.02 at Hyper U and McDonald's is next to the Hyper U for wifi. We would stop here again.
     
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    Watching this thread with interest, as it's on my possibles for the way back in June.
     
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    Just back after 3 weeks around France,found beauvais aires over looking the town an exerlent stopplng off spot. Steep hill to town but worth it .
    Stopped off at 7 new to us aires and had an other great holiday in France
     
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    Come on @mart share the other 7 aires
    thats if they were good
     
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    Sorry Fidget, the other aires were
    Briare, next to the cannal and river.
    Sadroc, free elec and water, good for overnight stop
    Sarlat, lovely town
    La Roque Gageac , boat trips and caves
    Le Chateau d`oleron, next to beach short walk to town
    Cancale, the best sea food in France
    St Valery, very nice town , for final night before the tunnel back home.
     
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    Thanks Mart
     
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    Stayed at the Beauvais aire two weeks ago. 4 vans there at the time. As mentioned very steep hill up to it but very quiet area overnight. Full service area to sort your tanks.

    I have previously stayed on the Briare one beside the canal and would also recommend that one
    Regards
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