Stayed here three times so far, this time we came with friends. It’s always a pleasure to see and talk to the Bensons. Access - the downhill turn into the CL from Rode Hill is straight forward enough but care is needed on the first right hand turn where you need to get as close to the edge of the little culvert bridge as possible to avoid snagging your off side rear corner. Pass across the front of the house (loo emptying point is to right of front door a few paces from the track) and bear right passed the information shed. Passing by another shed and through an open gateway leads to the pitching area. The turn by the sheds is “snug” but if you go slow and steady you won’t have any problems. Siting - directly through the gate to your left are three hard standing pitches, to your right in a cluster of shrubs and trees are recycling bins and water then beyond to your right is a grassed area lightly planted with silver birch trees. All pitches have access to an EHU. (Charges of £12 / night including electric is very reasonable) Neighbouring fields can have sheep, the CL has 3 very inquisitive chickens and squirrels live in the trees. From the CL you can walk down the the river to a beautiful packhorse bridge then back along the other side to the Mill at Rode restaurant. (We’ve not been). We recommend the Cross Keys pub within walking distance and trips out to Bath, Frome, Wells and NT Stourhead.