We used this as a convenient overnight stop although longer stays would present no problem – there are numerous National Trust properties in the area and a bus service to Bath is possible. The CL is located a short distance from the A365. The gated entrance is off a short lane but is extremely tight for a twin axle caravan but, once on the field, the large, unmarked pitches are all on closely mowed grass (Keith's ride-on lawnmower collects the cuttings so they are not trodden into the caravan). There are a number of electrical points around the perimeter of the field (which can be re-set should you trip them). A single water point is situated half-way along a conifer hedge. The grass pitches are on a slight slope - levelling blocks may be required. A toilet, sink plus a limited selection of leaflets are in a building close to the entrance to the CL. The chemical waste is located just outside this building plus rubbish bins. There is a picnic table near the entrance to the field. One unexpected attraction were the bantam chickens and guinea fowl which have the run of the field. There are also a number of geese on the adjacent common and lake. Keith had a cow in an enclosure at the rear of the CL which, at the time of our visit, had given birth to a calf the week before. It was such an unexpected and lovely sight to see. Keith was a very pleasant and cheerful owner who took a pride in keeping his CL clean and tidy. In conclusion we would certainly have no hesitation in recommending the CL but give the entrance a wide turn-in if towing a long, twin axle caravan.