We chose this site due to the proximity to Bath, and you can easily walk into Bath, a goof 40 minutes. The pitches are fully serviced but you need a long hose, ours wasn't so we had to fill our containers, but that was our fault, we should have asked. The incline to the site is steep as previously mentioned, the approach has several cars parked as the site is on the edge of a scruffy village on the outskirts of Bath. Naturally, mid-February the site wasn't at its best, but the hard standing was plenty wide enough for our small unit. Car parking was an issue, luckily there was only one other van on site, the rest were motor homes and we'd have struggled had there been more vehicles. The hosts are lovely and provide the biggest welcome pack, with maps we've ever received. The site is fairly level, but as others have said, without a motor mover you'd be doing an awful lot of pushing and shoving to get your unit on the angled pitches. I don't advise using your awning in winter, the grass is very wet and doesn't drain well. All in all if you want a convenient place for Bath it's fine, I think I'd prefer to be further out and have a quieter and more rural site.