We've stayed here twice recently, once in our twin axle caravan and this weekend in our motorhome. It has three hardstandings and a grass area of which we camped on during the Christmas period in the caravan. It was a little soft underfoot, but doable.We stayed on a hardstanding this time around. There's EHU, a place to empty grey water and the loo cassette. The site is lovely and quiet. Nearby is the Mill at Rode (a sort of gastro pub) which is very pleasant. We've stopped off for a couple of starters, as we didn't want a full blow meal. Good service - midrange prices. There is a pub in the village that we haven't visited yet, but it's on the agenda for another time. We know the area well, as we don't live far away, but it's worth a visit to Bradford on Avon to walk along the canal, the Tythe Barn and the town It's pretty and has a beautiful old bridge over the River Avon. Stop off at the Lock Inn Cafe run by Dick and Jane for some tasty good value food. Try the Boatmans Breakfast if you dare. It's a monster of a meal! It does get busy, because it's a great place to stop by, but bare with the queue to order and you won't be disappointed. We will visit again, as it's such a great place to chill out and wind down.