Holiday parks with a restaurant

France is known as the land of good food and fine wines which is one of the reasons why many like to go on holiday to France. The pleasant climate, the beautiful nature and the tourist villages play an important role when choosing a holiday destination. However, the Burgundian way of life is for many the most important argument for going on holiday to France. This also explains why France has so many restaurants and bistros, even in the smallest villages you will encounter them.

At the bottom of the page are the parks with a park restaurant

Restaurant at the holiday park

All FranceComfort holiday parks are located in touristic regions, these are also the regions in France where there are many restaurants. In most cases our holiday parks are only a short drive from a restaurant and sometimes they are even within walking distance. There are often a few restaurants near the parks which means you can try different restaurants and dishes during your holiday. Many guests like that there is also a restaurant at the holiday park seen as this is walking distance from your holiday home. The parks with restaurants are shown at the bottom of this page.


It is always nice to start the day with an extensive breakfast. You can sit out on the terrace in front of the holiday home whilst enjoying your breakfast and basking in the warm sun. In the bread basket there are freshly baked croissants, pains au chocolat and baguettes. To put on your breads we have jam, ham and cheese. Also enjoy a glass of orange juice and a cup of coffee afterwards. Some of the park restaurants also do breakfast! Relax on the restaurants terrace, enjoy the beautiful views and sit back whilst the tastiest dishes are prepared especially for you.

On the table

  • Croissants
  • Pain au chocolat
  • Baguette
  • Jambon et fromage
  • Orange juice

Enjoy a large lunch during the holidays

In France it is customary to have a large lunch. Between 12.00 and 14.00 the local shops are often closed so that there is plenty of time to eat extensively. In the park restaurant you can enjoy salads or hot dishes. Lunch is usually slightly less extensive than dinner, but you are free to order whatever you want. A glass of wine and a cup of coffee are also very popular during the lunch. Some also enjoy a light dessert and on hot days ice creams are very popular.

Dinner and customs in France

In France, dinner often starts from at around seven o'clock. In Northern European countries you eat earlier, around half past six, but when on holiday in France you quickly adopt to the French habit of eating a little later. Dinner starts with an apero, then the starter and main course follow which is often a variant of meat and fish. Before dessert is served, you can enjoy a cheese plate. There is always loads to choose from for dessert!

Special evenings

Special evenings are organized regularly during the high season. For some evenings you will need to register. Information on these special evenings can be found at the receptions.

Barbecue evenings

Pizza evenings

Evenings with music


Our parks with a restaurant

View the parks below and check availability.

Domaine de Lanzac Dordogne / Lot

Village des Cigales Dordogne / Lot