We're always on the lookout for local haunts for weekend trips, and after deciding last-minute on Friday afternoon to go away for the first weekend in August, we came across this little gem after a couple of previously visited CLs slightly further afield were booked up. And we were so glad we did! The site is literally a 10 minute drive from our house, but we could've been anywhere. The ½ acre meadow is fenced and gated, and offers a lovely view across a further meadow, with sheep-trimmed trees, woodpeckers, and swallows skimming across the grass. Also lovely sunrise views as it appears over the distant trees, and at this time of year at least, sunshine way into the late afternoon/evening. As others have mentioned, the last ½ mile or so is single track road, but ample room for any outfit. Weave your way up the driveway and follow both your nose and the signs, and you will find yourself at the meadow. Access looks a little daunting, but in reality with good positioning there's enough room. Our friends tow with a VW transporter and had no issues getting their large single axle in and out, nor did we with our lengthy single axle. Another couple from much farther afield were finishing up a fortnight's break at the site, and couldn't have been happier with the place. Plenty to explore nearby, lovely walks, local shop and pubs a few minutes drive or 20 minute walk away, and lovely coastline within 40 minutes drive. The owners were both extremely friendly, helpful and accommodating, and we certainly will be back next time we need a quick weekend 'escape' if they can fit us in. Approach from Fressingfield village for the best access.