Teetering between 2 and 3 stars. My children enjoyed staying here, particularly the swimming pools and the freedom to cycle around the camp safely.
However the beds were very uncomfortable and we didn't get a decent night's sleep during our stay so went home feeling very tired and grumpy! If you don't like swimming or cycling, or if it rains, there is very little to do at all. Not the most interesting area of France unless chateaux and tapestries are your thing.
Strongly recommend that anyone who goes takes their own sharp knives, Cafetiere, decent sized wine glasses, mugs and kettle (and mattress topper if you can fit one in the car!).