We stopped over for 4 nights in early September, having had two wonderful holidays here with our then young family 29 and 20 years ago. Sadly we were very disappointed. It is now under new ownership, quite run down, and clearly in a process of change. The description in the 2019 Club brochure of the beautiful grounds of a chateau are misleading as the site is now separate from and fenced off from the chateau. The lovely dovecote, after which the site is named and was an integral part of the site, can be seen but only from behind the fence. Gone also from view and access are the lovely large open-air swimming pool, tennis courts and the chateau. The new swimming pool is very small and will struggle to cope in high season. The toilet blocks are very dated but are due to be upgraded; they are however very clean and the water very hot. Also gone is the creperie. The staff were however very friendly and helpful. Understandably quiet in early September, sadly the site now just looks like a very ordinary campsite.