"Peaceful, comfortable, almost perfect"
We have just spent a week here and cannot fault most of the experience. The welcome was OK, and when we got to our "bungalow" it was very clean and tidy. I have no idea if all interiors are identical, but ours had a front patio, with furniture, and then a sliding patio door takes you inside to a living space, with sofa bed, TV, table and chairs and tea/coffee making facilities. This room also had a fridge and air conditioning unit. A small hall leads to a bedroom with built in wardrobe, two large twin beds, bedside shelving, and a "dressing shelf". Finally a bathroom, with just a sink, toilet and shower, with a rear door to an enclosed area for drying clothes.
Food was of a reasonable quality but a little repetitive. Good dishes, sometimes without any theme or strange combinations, but on the whole perfectly adequate. Pools are not massive but the site is not huge either so there seemed to be enough beds for everyone and the water was clean and a refreshing but not cold temperature.
There was evening entertainment in the bar area, but this was not to our taste (nor many others on some occasions judging by the attendance).
Traveller from Lincolnshire, UK