Reviewers - mature couple with campervan and bikes.
We found the campsite we normally use in this area unexpectedly closed, so had to find somewhere else quickly. This site was the nearest with ACSI discount.
We didn't approach from the main road, which made it a little more difficult to find. It is situated up a narrow country lane, which eventually drops down to what feels like a private estate with woodland, lakes and rivers, very attractive and peaceful.
The site is split into 2 sections. Reception, pool, bar etc are all on one side, we were allocated a pitch on the other for our 1 night. There is a barrier with a code for each section.
Our pitch was flat and grassy, as most were. It had EHU at the side. It had been very wet, but although the lake was very high and the river flowing almost over the bridge, we saw no evidence of flooding, just a few soggy pitches. Most of our section seemed to consist of seasonal caravans and cabins, there were very few people there. The other side too had lots of statics, but a few more people about.
There is 1 sanitary block in our section, heated, with separate facilities for men and women, disabled rooms, washing up and laundry too. They were clean enough and the water was nice and hot. There are some outside laundry tubs that looked neglected, and we were unable to find anywhere to fill our water.
There is an indoor pool but it was closed. Also a pitch and putt and a playground I think. The restaurant/bar is a creperie, and is signposted from the main road. It is situated just outside the barriers so is available to non campers too.
Because the weather was bad, we didn't cycle, though it could have been pleasant enough, but we walked round the lake. And it appeared to be too far from the village to cycle back in.
This is the sort of site to use for a peaceful stay in the summer, with fishing available too.
However, it's situation is not our favourite choice, so we are unlikely to come back.