Le Camp du Drap d'Or
Get a flavour of life during the period of Francis the First and Henry the Eighth of England, for an original and colourful stay! We invite you to come and journey back in time in this family room with all modern comforts, in an original hotel where every detail will make your stay at Puy du Fou an unforgettable one!
The Camp du Drap d'Or invites its guests to follow in the footsteps of England’s Henry VIII and Francis I of France in one of 100 flamboyant ‘lodgings’ of the Field of the Cloth of Gold.
Four poster beds with turned oak posts, embroidered tapestries, beaten metal handbasins and tiled bathrooms decorated with gold offer a right royal stay with all mod cons, in magnificent décor.
All the decorative elements of the Camp du Drap d’Or’s ‘lodgings’, including the bricks, stone, wooden posts and balusters were made to measure, inspired by paintings and engravings from the period to give an authentic look.
All rooms, which are 27m², have a free Wi-Fi connection, and a television with with Puy du Fou’s own channel as well as French and international channels.
The Camp du Drap d'Or offers buffet meals at the Deux Coronnes, which is open for breakfast and dinner.
Short break prices include: night(s) in one of the Puy du Fou® hotels (excluding tourist tax), ticket(s) for the Grand Parc (and for Cinéscénie® in blue season), breakfast(s), Note that in blue season it is not possible to stay in the Puy du Fou hotels for two consecutive Cinéscénie evenings.
Once booked, tickets and breaks cannot be transferred to a third party, and cannot be altered or cancelled unless you have taken the optional cancellation insurance offered by Puy du Fou®. You can obtain the full terms and conditions of service by clicking here or by calling +33 (0)+33,820 09 10 10 (€0.12/min from a landline).
Child aged 3-13 (inclusive) sleeping in a room with at least one adult. Children under 3 free. Please note that children under 6 may not sleep in the upper bunk of bunk beds.
Le Logis de Lescure: “Planetarium” and “Cabinet de Curiosités” suites sleep up to 6 people.
Persons with reduced mobility (PRM) and persons with disabilities (PWD)
You will be given an accessibility guide when you arrive at Puy du Fou.
Subject to providing proof of status, you will also be given an accessibility pass in order to make the most of Puy du Fou and its dedicated entrances.
The accommodation at Puy du Fou is accessible for the comfort of all.
Each hotel has rooms for people with disabilities (except Le Logis de Lescure).
Lifts are available at the following hotels: "La Citadelle", "La Villa Gallo-Romaine" and "Le Grand Siècle".
Deaf, hard of hearing and visually impaired persons
For hearing-impaired people, our receptions are equipped with a hearing loop.
For deaf and hearing-impaired people, vibrating pillow pads can be provided (upon request and subject to availability).
For partially sighted and blind people, remote controls with large keys can be provided (upon request and subject to availability).
To reduce energy consumption, the power only comes on when the room key is inserted.
Use of organic, natural fertiliser for the maintenance of green spaces. Goal: zero pesticides
Discover the tents in Le Camp du Drap d'Or and see where you could be staying from the comfort of your own home.
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Between lively, classic or fast food restaurants, at meal times and according to your desires, more than 20 food outlets welcome you throughout the Puy du Fou.
De Fil en Aiguille
With over 50,000 costumes, our workshop is one of the largest in Europe. Our costume designers will teach you all the steps involved in making our costumes: from the design to the appearance on stage. You will also learn about all the jobs that make their creation possible.