We stayed here from Aug. 3-17 this year (2008) in a privately owned mobile home. If you're thinking of going here, you need to be aware that beyond the reception, pool and bar/restaurant area, the rest of the site is on the side of a very steep hill (about 1:3). This is a daily chore if you are walking to the pool etc. Secondly, there is a disco 3 times a week that will disturb you, unless you care for French drum and bass and techno-sounds played at tile-rattling volumes. Thirdly, they are not too fussy who they rent camping pitches to. While many French sites - and we've stayed in lots over the last 20 years - will be careful not to allow large groups of teenagers and young adults to camp together, the management here were not fussy. Our neighbours, during the second week, a group of 6 young adults (often supplemented by their friends from other parts of the site), played loud music and partied regularly until 3.00am. One of them had an air-horn that he clearly enjoyed playing with, sometimes until dawn. We complained, of course, but with little effect. The pitches are so close together that you might as well give up on sleep, and that we did for many nights, while I mused on the many other things I could do with an air-horn.
We didn't find that this site had many compensations, beyond being small enough so that your children did not get lost. I was very disappointed at the poor standard of supervision here, but maybe this is a result of the soaring eur0 rate and shortage of tourists? The restaurant manager did tell us that his takings were well down this year because many French people were staying at home (while presumably encouraging their young off-spring to go camping). Any way, we will be back to France, but not to Le Dattier.