This is a lovely quiet site set in a beautiful location. Excellent access to the Grotto via a rear entrance to the grounds is only a 10-15 minute walk away. Although English is spoken on site it wasn't very fluent on our visit but certainly better than my French. I had tried to book a table in the restaurant in advance for when we arrived via email and FB without success. When I mentioned this at Reception I was told they ignored my messages as I had booked through CAMC. We did get a table but then again, we visited at the end of May. Food was excellent. Good wash block, a very basic shop but bread is available in the morning as long as you pre order. A nice looking pool area which we didn't use as it rained every day of our stay. That brings me to the pitch. We arrived when it had clearly been wet for sometime so our pitch was already sodden, as were several others. It was plenty big enough but only had 6 Amps. Once they realised I should have 10 Amps they directed me to a power bollard across an adjoining pitch access road and pitch. Not the end of the world but it would have been nice to have had a 10 amp pitch available. Overall it's a nice site and if in the area would use it again. N.B. Directions in the CAMC Touring Europe book are OK until the bit where is says "in 100m turn R onto Rue de Pau sp St Pe & Betharram" It should say either in 100m turn R at roundabout SP Hospital then see a sp St Pe & Betharram" or "turn R before the bridge then follow sat nav" (sorry I can't remember the right turn) I think this is a better road in with very few road humps whereas the other was driving down past Lourdes Grotto and School has very many.