WALT Disney once said: “All our dreams can come true if we have the courage to pursue them.”
We chose to stay at the resort just a 15-minute drive from Mickey and his pals.
And it is a natural wonder just as amazing as the House of Mouse attractions on its doorstep.
You can pick from Cocoon VIP situated at the lake at the village centre, Country Premium by the lake or in the woods and Clan Comfort cottages.
With its playful décor and woodland location, the latter is ideal for little travellers.
The resort’s stunning pool area
Our patio was great — not only was it on the lake where ducks and swans would swim over to us, it also had a swing chair and dining table where we ate our breakfast every morning.
Thierry Meunier was named a Top French Artisan in 1997 and he oversees how the bakery operates — so you can imagine the high quality of this service. What a way to start the day!
There are onsite restaurants at the Lakeside Promenade that cover a range of tastes if you decide self-catering is not an option.
We had dinner and lunch at Cepages. The food was outstanding and staff were very attentive and friendly.
My favourite, though, was Les Delices de la Ferme Restaurant. It is situated next to the farm so kids can visit the animals or play in the huge indoor play area and gardens.
That gives parents time to appreciate their experience in the restaurant. All the while tiring the kids out before bedtime. Genius!
I mentioned the five immersive worlds so let me take you through them.
Children can take swimming lessons, there is a water tree with sprayers, water guns and a huge bucket that spills 900 litres of water on unsuspecting bathers. Spending time here was a highlight for Nicholas and I.
Meeting Minnie is a must
BelleVie Farm: you can be a farmhand for the day by feeding cows and calves, collecting eggs and cleaning the enclosures. Nicholas’s favourite were the goats. They run around an enclosure where you can feed them. Pony trekking was also amazing.
The Forest of Legends: An amazing forest adventure playground with treehouses and climbing frames where you can also watch a forest stage show.
Nicholas’s favourite experience here was driving his own mini jeep round the resort, inset. It took all my effort to prise him off them — and he wasn’t slow in saying “I’m a better driver than you, mummy!”
Lakeside promenade: this has so much activity for all ages — ninja course, interactive games, laser challenge, climbing trail, bowling, dance lessons, mini disco, mini golf and archery, to name but a few.
Grown-ups can try wine testing or chill in the relaxation area with a sauna, steam bath, visit the Salt Cabin or simply head to the Wellness Spa.
I have never been to a resort that offered so much activity yet at the same time is so quiet and tranquil.
Nicolas had a ball at the Disney resort
And it’s so easy to get to there. We flew with easyJet from Glasgow to Charles De Gaulle Airport and it took about 1hr 50mins. Transfer to the resort was only another 30mins.
The Mouse himself made an appearance along with Minnie, Eeyore, Pluto and Tigger.
We pay for your stories and videos! Do you have a story or video for The Scottish Sun? Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 0141 420 5200