Arriving at the end of September we found all but the most basic facilities were closed (which we expected), which makes this site quite expensive for what you get. There were not many occupied pitches, but as one toilet block was closed most people were pitched together at one end of the site. Unlike previous reviewers we didn't find the place untidy or excessively overgrown - who wants hedges trimmed like a show garden anyway?.The toilet and dishwashing facilities were kept clean, despite bad weather causing some mud to be trampled in - this was inevitable, but the cleaner did a good job. The reception is some distance from the site, but that's not too much of a nuisance. More of a nuisance is that to use the foot and cycle path into Quimper you have to go all the way back past reception to enter the path and then double back. Any direct access from the site is fenced off, presumably for security reasons, but it does add 10 minutes or so to the walk into town. This is a good site if you want to visit Quimper, but would not go back otherwise. We obviously can't comment on the facilities for families in high season, but they appear to be good.