We stayed here in cottage 11, which had lovely views out across the countryside and was well decorated and equipped inside. The veranda is a real highlight of this cottage as the evening sunsets were glorious and from this cottage you can't see any of the others in the park so you have a lovely feeling of space. There are about 10 cottages in a very large area of green space so it's not at all crowded. Paul and his wife and family have taken over management of the park and were very friendly and accommodating, happily providing us with logs for the fire. We hadn't been to this part of France before but really enjoyed it - there is lots to do close by (5 to 25 minutes) - waterfalls and circular walk at Mortain (closest town), medieval village with castle ruins at Domfront, as well as slightly further afield - Mont St Michel and the coastal drive. The roads are quiet to drive on and everyone we met was very friendly.
There is a clubhouse on site serving food and drinks - just be warned it can be a bit lively on a Friday evening when the locals frequent it! But otherwise it was lovely and quiet there.