We stayed here on 10th Sept and again on 4th Oct and paid 10.10 euros per night. A walk along the towpath on the opposite side of the river was lovely in either direction. There is no longer a bakery in the village but you can get bread in the tabac/bar. 2 showers/2toliets and a few wash basins were useful with hot water. A lady comes around in the evening to collect the money.
A lovely town to visit, with a beautiful abbey. Ferry could not take us even though under 3500 and less than 6m length due to the angle of the slipway so do check first. We visited a boot fair on Sunday in the market square which closed the main road out of the town so had to drive right down and around the river to get back to the main road.
We stayed here for 1 very wet and windy night during our Scottish trip. It comes with a warm welcome, good food, good location apart from the road noise. By 11pm there were 14 motorhomes + 1 caravan all in the car park! Slightly sloping but we managed without levels. There is a water tap and a chemical toilet disposal, and toilets are left open at night. We would use it again
Tariff should not read FREE. It is at least £1 for up to 4 hours, although how one pays when the cafe is closed I am not sure. We definitely were told we could stay overnight for up to 72 hours when we paid in the cafe and also had to sign a sheet with our reg. no. and colour of vehicle.
Definitely now possible - £8 for 24 hours or £10 for 72 hours, pay at the cafe. Only facilities are dusbins, and you do need to follow the brown sign to Caen Hill Cafe and Parking, don't rely on sat nav. We ended up at the maintenance entrance on the wrong side of the cafe following ours! There are rather a lot of evil humps on the entrance road (designed to deter boy racers) which shook up the pots and pans rather. We had a lovely walk along the towpath in to the town, took about 20 minutes at our oap pace.