A small site run for years by a very pleasant and helpful Dutch family. We spent a very enjoyable few days here in August. Site is well laid out, though some of the pitches were sloping, all were quite large, some of which at the top have fantastic views over the Lot valley. As before, most of the units were Dutch. There was one other British, two Germans and two French. All the Dutch were without exception friendly and always acknowledged anyone they met. Washing up area, toilets and showers were tidy and clean. The pool was good for the size of site, though on the warmer days could get quite busy, but never people soup standard. We had it to ourselves for hours one day when it was a little overcast and a little cooler. There was a ball playing area in the middle with a volleyball net. Also a decent tennis court for use too without charge. A circus visited one night. We did not attend, but lots of the Dutch and locals went and sounded like they had a good time. One of the local French, who was obviously very friendly with the owners, sold wine one evening from his van. Good value too. The restaurant and bar had a decent and well-priced menu, which for my family of six provided a very good value for money meal. Six of us with drinks and hot chocolates under € 60. House Rose was pleasant after a busy day. There is a steep path down to the river from the site. Well more of a set of stairs really, though it is worth the climb down and then up again. The Cahors area is very pleasant, with a good market. Parking on street was available. Would we go back again? Very probably to the site, almost certainly to the area.