A very late booking, inexpensive break to be with friends who were using the touring pitches on this site. The site has many facilities which earn it's 5star rating but we found the restaurant not to be one of those stars! as the site is rather remote, the local village is small and pretty but offers only 1 restaurant - which is excellent, the only option is to self cater; the surrounding area is full of chateau and fortified towns. The park is good for a family holiday and you would not need to leave it - except to buy mum supplies so she could cook!!
big thanks to mark for the greatest umberella in the camp and his sewing kit, josh and dan helpful too. the parc.. don't go till the French bank holiday as very little to do when the weathers cold. no ponys! outdoor pool cool, indoor pool walk area filthy.. lovely in the pool though once you have climbed down 2 flights of muddy steps. beach shale, buliders type sand.. good job 5yr old don't understand. don't go to this parc til end of may nothing to do, very wet and raining, but if you travel out of the site for 30-40 minutes we got sun... went to Tours lovely, montbazon- 6 market stalls and castle shut! The actual town market on the Friday at Ste- maure de tourine was lovely... great local food, clothing and ambience.all helpful for those limited in French. intermarche supermarket short car drive away 5km max , with some lovely cheap chardonnay wine!! the reps.. helpful, cheerey on the glummy wet days, always letting on, asking was there anything we needed ( we said some sun!) shame they hadn't been off parc much to feedback some of the local activites and sites listed in reception.