We brought our caravan here for five nights at the beginning of October and there were only a few Germans and Dutch at that time. Having looked at the sites own website before booking, and as confirmed by the other club member review, this site is likely to be vey bust and noisy in the hight of summer. The facilities available suggest there is a large focus on families with children.Not all the facilities were open when we stayed (main pool closed and only one toilet block open) but that was not an issue for us. Electricity is monitored and you pay extra if you use over 4 kwh per day and as it got cold at the end of the day and overnight - we did! Also you get a pre-loaded card for using hot water in the showers and basins and you can add to that for the washing machines, dryers etc. The toilet block had been done out like a Greek temple and was kept very clean and warm. Some very good woodland walks directly from site and plenty of interesting places to visit. Although the Luxembourg locals will tell you nowhere in their country is more than an hour away, be alert to the fact that almost all the roads are narrow and winding and general progress is slow. We would particularly recommend a visit up to Esch sur Sure which is both picturesque and interesting. We had a meal in the on site restaurant which at 14 Euros for three courses was excellent.