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Carretera Virgen del Llano, 34800 Aguilar de Campoo Spain
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Emma wrote a review Oct 2018
Penrith, United Kingdom2 contributions2 helpful votes
On arrival a lady pointed us in the direction of the reception, however when we got to the reception the same lady, and at least 2 other people who seemed to be working there, completely ignored us. We were quite obviously waiting to book in but we didn't even get a hello or a "we'll be with you in a minute". There weren't any other customers at all, they just seemed to choose to not even bother with us. We were made to feel very unwelcome, so left.
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Date of stay: October 2018Trip type: Traveled as a couple
Ann M wrote a review Sep 2017
Leek, United Kingdom70 contributions31 helpful votes
We stayed here 2 nights. It's very convenient as an overnight stop from the Santander ferry when travelling south to Seville. We didn't think it was delapidated like some reviewers. It's got lots of shady pitches under pine trees. It's very quiet. The showers are free and there is plenty of hot water. The staff are very friendly, they don't speak English but were very tolerant of my poor Spanish. The restaurant is very good value, 22 Euros bought a 3 course meal with wine and bread for 2 and the food was well cooked. Just across the road is a recreation area with beautiful views of the mountains and a lake. We intended to stay just one night but ended up staying two because it was so quiet and in such a nice area. Would recommend as an overnight stop.
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Date of stay: September 2017Trip type: Traveled as a couple
davidsN9752JM wrote a review Jun 2017
North Yorkshire, United Kingdom4 contributions1 helpful vote
My wife and I were camper van touring in Spain and sought out this site for a few days stay to explore the area by cycle. On arrival one is greeted by a dlapidated concrete building with selotaped sign, ( falling off), stating to report to reception at the main building. First impressions of the site are a cross between the Sangatte 'Jungle' with caravans in various states of decay and melding into the undergrowth, 'Carry on Camping Espania' and Fawlty Towers. Reception was in the main building which the web site described as a restaurant area. At the time of arrival, 3pm there were still left overs from the previous drinking session piled on the counter and the whole place smelt of damp and stale beer. Loud musak was playing which was being sung to by a lusty but out of tune cleaner. Manuel, ( Fawlty Towers), booked us in at almost E20 per night. What!!! The facilities were marginal. No toilet seats, bowls which looked like they hadn't been cleaned for ages and chain pulls facilitated by bits of string. There was a communal loo roll. The showers were ok but no where to put your clothes or towel whilst showering. Nifty jumping around out of the shower to protect one's modesty being the order of the day. There were electric hook ups though I wouldn't like to vouch for the safety of them. There was a sort of birds nest in our hook up box. We managed to put up with 2 nights which allowed us time to explore the delightful town of Aguilar de Campoo and the surrounding roads and villages on the bike. There is a lovely circuit of only 20 miles around the lake/reservoir which takes in some lovely villages. would we go back? What do you think? We have enjoyed excellent quality sites in Spain but this one is the most run down, frayed at the edges place we have ever been to. At E20 per night it is simply a rip off.
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Date of stay: June 2017
Trip type: Traveled as a couple
Room Tip: Unless you are desperate for an over night stop just carry on to somewhere else
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suzireviews999 wrote a review Jun 2017
North Yorkshire, United Kingdom4 contributions1 helpful vote
Its hard to know where to start with this site. You could honestly write a book. So lets start with the Good: The site is located directly opposite a lake with a wide expanse of sandy beach. While we were staying at the site, a number of families / groups were enjoying the lake facilities & the back drop to the lake is fantastic. There are a number of walking and off road cycling tracks in the area. The little villages just up the road are very sweet, and many of the buildings are host to nesting storks. The cafe / restaurant adjacent to the site [run by someone else!] is very nice. The owner is cheerful / helpful [limited english spoken] Showers are clean and there is plenty of hot water [obtained by pressing the hot button constantly and regulating temperature by using the tap to turn on the cold]. With the exception of the barking dog[s], the site was quiet & you could hear bird song all day. The wifi coverage is pretty good & of a good speed. That's used up all my positive thoughts on the site. The Bad / the Ugly list is way longer... As soon as you drive into the entrance, you know it's probably a mistake to stay more than a night or so. Even the approach road / entrance are dated & with a wire fence surrounding the camp, you're strongly reminded of a 1970 Butlins or a weird parody of Carry on Camping. While we were camped, a number of vehicles came in, drove round the site, and drove straight back out again, which says it all really. The site is littered with clusters of "permanent" caravans in various states of disorder. When I say "permanent" I mean normal caravans, complete with green awnings, tarpaulins and other make shift amendments, that have clearly not turned a wheel in many a year. There are a number of blue "bungalows" which would probably look ok, but they appear to be in a state of development, with owners extending wooden porches / decking etc outside.... whilst not particularly noisy, an electric staple gun provided an interesting sound track to our stay. The loos, whilst clean, were worse than dated ... none of the toilets had seats [that's not to say they have never had seats, but clearly they have become broken, removed and never replaced]. Loo roll IS provided on wall mounted dispensers outside the loo... so be sure what you need to do before you go into the cubicle! The "road" around / through the site is gravel & in some places, the gravel was heaped up in mounds so high you'd need a 4x4 to get through. To be fair, there was evidence that some one had tried to level the gravel out [a plastic rake had been left in the middle of the road, which rather unfortunately, we ran over!] so maybe that's a temporary problem. The site was advertised as having washing machine etc. There IS a sign saying washing machine .... but behind the door is a room of partly constructed [or maybe de-constructed, I'm not 100% sure] showers, which appear to be being used to store al sorts of things from buckets to barbed wire & everything in between .. but certainly no washing machine. At 19.47 euros a night, compared to ACSI inspected sites charging 17euros a night for better / more up to date facilities, it's horribly expensive. With the fantastic lake opposite, and the lack of other sites in this area, this site COULD be amazing. But it's not. So I won't be staying again. Ever.
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Date of stay: June 2017Trip type: Traveled as a couple
Caroline E wrote a review Jun 2017
Whyteleafe, United Kingdom13 contributions8 helpful votes
This is a site where you can choose your spot among the many tall pine trees and so will have good shade. There are also some sunny spots. The site is basic but adequate and clean. The couple who run the site were helpful and friendly despite us not speaking any Spanish. Access to the lake is just across the road and you can swim in it. Unfortunately the main restaurant was not open but we did have a three course meal with bread for only €11 each. The meal was perfectly adequate especially being cheap. The bottle of wine we had was lovely and only €4. I don't think we would stay for any great length of time but 2-3 days would be as much as we would do here. Having said that I don't think this site warranted the disparaging reviews left by others. It's out of town by a lake location we thought was perfect and it's only a 5 minute drive to a large supermarket and only a few minutes more to the town. We came in our VW T4 Campervan and had electric hook up for €19.79 which we thought was good value. We liked it here and intend to return in the future.
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Date of stay: June 2017Trip type: Traveled as a couple
SpainCastile and LeonProvince of PalenciaAguilar de Campoo
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Frequently Asked Questions about Camping Monte Royal
Which popular attractions are close to Camping Monte Royal?
Nearby attractions include El Bastardo Escape Room (0.5 km), Románico palentino (0.4 km), and Zapatería Kio (0.4 km).
What food & drink options are available at Camping Monte Royal?
Guests can enjoy an on-site restaurant during their stay.
What are some restaurants close to Camping Monte Royal?
Conveniently located restaurants include Tapas Bar El Perro de San Roque, Meson Anejo, and Valentin.
Is Camping Monte Royal located near the city center?
Yes, it is 0.7 km away from the centre of Aguilar de Campoo.
Are pets allowed at Camping Monte Royal?
Yes, pets are typically allowed, but it's always best to call ahead to confirm.
Are there any historical sites close to Camping Monte Royal?
Many travellers enjoy visiting Menhir Piedrahita (14.4 km), Menhir El Peñuco (14.4 km), and Castillo De Rebolledo De La Torre (11.8 km).