We spent 5 nights at this CL in May. Firstly if followiing the directions to the site take care after turning right at the junction, the farm entrance is between two houses and the CL sign is set back from the road, we managed to miss it the first time 😶 The entrance to the site is wide and now has what looks like a new tarmac drive. The pitches are narrow but long hardstanding so awnings are on the grass. The site itself isn't that large and the pitches are fairly close together, it does make it a bit cosy when the site is full, however it is quiet, and the views towards Settle and the hills beyond are lovely. Our pitch was level but I did notice a motorhome on the next pitch used levelling ramps. There is only one water tap and a CDP at one end of the site. The owner doesn't seem to visit the site,so we walked down to the farm to pay. Settle is a 10/15 minute walk, depending on which route you take. It is a lovely little town with plenty of shops, pubs ,a Booths supermarket, and a good Fish and chip shop.Buses and of course the famous Settle- Carlisle railway can be found here too. There are plenty of walks in the area including along the river which is accessed just along the road towards Settle. The tourist information have leaflets & maps and were very helpful. The site at £15 pn is at the top end for a basic CL but is on par for the area, but we would use it again.