We arrived at 13:30 and as per most venues in France the Reception was closed for lunch until 14:00 . When reception opened we were greeted by a very pleasant young lady who spoke perfect English. We were invited to walk around the site and pick our own pitch from the ones that she indicated. We eventually chose pitch No11. Although the pitch appeared flat we soon found out that it had a slight slope and I had to use wooden blocks on the steadies to level up. Our pitch was also a service pitch . I was able to run water directly from the tap but again I was unable to run out the drainage pipes so we had to use the waste master but that was no real problem. There were two shower/toilet blocks on the site and both were cleaned regularly. Plenty of hot water and the shower cubicles are a good size washing up and laundry areas which also had lots of hot water and were regularly cleaned. The chemical waste points waste points were also located in the toilet/shower blocks and again were regularly cleaned and well maintained. There is also fee WiFi available The bar offered a good selection of lager beer, cider and wine. Rose seemed to be the local favourite.The restaurant offered an excellent menu which we found was well cooked and well presented. Whilst we were staying on the site there was limited entertainment but it was very good. The site is located approx 7 miles from Condom and is on the outskirts of a beautiful village of La Romieu. There is a small grocery shop in the village along with a bakery. The nearest supermarket that we found was an Intermarche at Condom which was well stocked and it also had petrol and diesel alongside it. We visited Auch with its UNESCO designated Cathedral. Auch is the Regional capital for the Gers formerly Gascogne. We also visited Condom and Agen, which was a really cosmopolitan city with its designer label shops so there are plenty of places to visit within the locality If you have children this site offers great childrens play areas. There are organised kids club events and plenty to occupy the kids. The only real negative point that I have to make is regarding the “Pool complex”, which is nothing more than an oversized paddling pool with a maximum depth of 1.2 metres and where you would be lucky to swim 3 strokes. It was also very busy, but I think the Caravan Club needs to revisit some of it’s site descriptions because it wasn’t the only site where the descriptions were, somewhat, exaggerated. The pool complex was really a cooling off facility, nothing more. Apart from the “pool complex” everything else was truly wonderful and this is a great site to visit. We will certainly return.