We stayed in Aug 2017. We have a 9 year old and a 5 year old, and wanted somewhere that they would make friends, and with lots for them to do. Like many people we followed the sat nav directions rather than the road signs, and found that we had to reverse our van 100m down a narrow road which was not fun! We should have looked for the road signs! The site itself is at the top of quite a steep hill. The views from the top over the Varley are really lovely. The pitch we were allocated was perfect - a large pitch with lots of shade, a little tricky getting our van in, but a lovely spot. It was about 200m from the main reception and evening entertainment which was perfect, not too far to walk, and not too noisy. Some pitches looked much smaller than ours so it might be worth pre-selecting your pitch in advance if you can. The shower block was close, good but some queues for the showers in peak times. The pool area is not as large as some sites we have been to, and pool chairs could be hard to come by, but it was a really nice area, and the slides were a good bonus for the kids. The restaurant was good - although needed booking in advance. Reception staff were great. Kids entertainment was well done. We only used the kids club one morning, but recieved no complaints, Lots too see in the region: Sarlat market, and a 1/2 day canoeing trip on the Dordoingne were highlights. Overall we would recommend the site.