Reviewers - mature couple with campervan and bikes.
We were looking for an overnight campsite in this area, but after many false leads we ended up here, having found it in the ACSI book. Following the satnav, it seemed to be a long way out in the country. There's a long drive leading off the road through a forested area, then you come to the campsite, and I think there is more accommodation further along the road too.
The site is situated round a lake with a beach, with an outdoor swimming pool and restaurant/bar nearby. There are mobile homes at one end of the site.
The man at reception was very friendly, booked us in quickly, and took us to a couple of pitches to choose one. The pitch was flat and grassy and divided by tall hedges.
The 2 sanitary blocks are in the middle of the site. One has unisex toilets with some disabled facilities, and baby/child facilities at the rear, with a washing up area at the side. The washing up water wasn't overly warm.
The other block has just 4 unisex showers plus male and female areas with basins. There was a family with a number of young children monopolising the showers when we went in, so we had a bit of a wait. The only rubbish bins are tiny ones in the shower area, rubbish and recycling is at the gate down by the road, quite a long walk.
The lake is apparently suitable for swimming, but when we walked round in the evening, it looked a bit murky, didn't tempt us in. There is a path which must go all the way round, and play equipment scattered around. We didn't try the pool but it looked nice.
This could be a very pleasant site if you were staying for your holiday, plenty for children to do, but it's a bit rural for us.
Reasonable price with ACSI discount.