We stayed in one of the two roulettes on the site. There was at most, about 25 tents on site during our stay, and there is a cottage for rent. When we arrived we were met by Zoe, who showed us around, and explained some simple rules of the site then our stuff was loaded onto the tractor trailor and we were driven over to our roulette. Cars are not allowed on site, and are parked by the side of the chateau.
The roulette was small, but completely functional, with bunk beds and a double bed, which could be converted to a table. Ample cupboard space, with good selection of plates, cups, cooking equipment. By each roulette there was a table and four chairs, 2 lounger chairs, hammock and a BBQ.
On site there is table tennis, footballs, badminton net, natural swimming pool, hot tub, various games, bikes and scooters, something for all ages. There are two showers (always hot) two loos in both men's and women's section. Washing up area, two fridges, a freezer and electric sockets to charge phones etc all situated at the bottom of the chateau. The real beauty is no electricity, so no campers hauling out the PS2, microwave, and all the other numerous electrical items that some people seem unable to live without for a week or two. The kids all played together really well, and could wander about and explore quite safely.
There are bbq's and fire pits for people to really enjoy the outdoor life.
The small honesty shop sold salad, veg, and home made chutneys and jams, out of this world duck and chicken eggs, as well as a few essentials such as matches, loo roll, briquettes and firewood, and there was a book swap area.
Every evening Paul or Zoe would take orders for the next days breakfast, a variety of croissants or bread, and it was delivered around 8-8.30 next day and paid for at the end of the holiday, they do not take credit cards.
Once a week there is the Moules and Frites nights, (bring your own drink) where we all piled into the barn and had a chance to have a good chat and were served the most delicious meal.
The chateau is situated is a very peaceful area, nothing to see except fields and farmland.
There were a variety of animals, Hector the dog, Bluebell and Mungo the cats, donkey, horse, rabbits, ducks and chickens. All added to the fun for the children.
There is a small town 5 minute drive away, with a couple of supermarkets, chemist, few restaurants. Well situated for visiting the Normandy historical sites and beaches.
We had a wonderful stay here, mostly due to the location, the relaxed ambience and the hospitality of Zoe and Paul.
Would recommend a stay here, to camp, or a stay in the roulette, which was an experience in itself. If you want peace, quiet and relaxation, this place is a must.