Staff very friendly and helpful, and speak good English but had the patience to allow me to practice my french on them! Large campsite - most campers used their bicycles to get around. Pitches were open spaces in a wooded area not generally separated. Not a single camper used a windbreak to mark out their "property"! There were tiny flies, coz it was boiling, but not the biting sort. Ground is uneven and there are no manicured lawns - you feel outside like you are proper camping. It was very peaceful, the most noise coming from a grasshopper nearby. There is a great little swimming pool, bar/restaurant, ice-cream, baguettes and pastries delivered every day to order. The toilet block is mixed ladies and gents, all in the same block with an open space under the roof so you can hear noises all over - people in the toilet, showering or washing dishes. It was all immaculately clean. The location of the site is brilliant, especially if you cycle - and virtually everyone had electric bikes - except us on non-electric! There are lots of "Velo Routes" with safe, child friendly routes of varying distances, and it is almost completely flat - I don't think we found a hill anywhere! Lots of Chateauxs nearby that you can drive or cycle to, ie Chambord, Cheverny, Blois. Chambord - I think the largest - unfortunately, was covered in scaffolding. There's plenty of local wine distilleries. The town shops are within easy walking distance. We couldn't find anything to complain about. We would definitely recommend it to families and couples - though it might not be quite so good for those with mobility difficulties due to the rough ground.