Easy enough to find if you follow the instructions. Approach roads are a tad narrow but with plenty of passing places. Site entrance wide enough to get in easily then onto an unmade approach track which swings round and down and onto the site itself. Yes the site slopes- but not too much- it's nestled on a little hillside with a copse of trees behind and open views into a little secluded valley with small fields and woodland and almost no signs of civilisation- just a couple of horses and plenty of rabbits, hares, birds.... . We managed to get up onto the right-hand side without much trouble. (new hard-core was put in the tyre-tracks whilst we were there so probably even easier now) TV and phone reception up here on the right-hand side OK. Robin, the owner came by after we had set-up and we had a nice chat about the area, local pub recommendations, and the walks on his land. Water and chemical disposal at the entrance to the CL. rubbish needs to be taken to the bins at the side of the road- so best done when you're driving out for the day. We didn't have the best weather whilst there but I bet on a nice sunny day, it's a piece of heaven! Highly recommended- will definitely be staying here again if in the area.