Let’s start with the one negative - ease of arrival. There are two entrances to the field but neither are very well signed. We missed both entrances and had to turn around, reversing into one of the side roads in the village. On the way back we saw a motorhome in the field and turned in but still had to ask the occupants to make sure we were in the right spot. Once this was confirmed we pitched up and settled into our break. My wife later noticed the old Caravan Club sign, very dirty and hanging by two chains from a tree by the south entrance. The other slight concern was the fresh water tap. You will need a hose with a hoselock type connector to fill the water container as the tap is at right angles with an attachment that points upwards. Other than that all went smoothly. It is a basic site, the toilet emptying facilities are fine and there are recycling and general waste bins. There was no real welcome as the site operates an honesty box system, this is not a criticism, it’s just how this site works. That said Mr. Harrison popped over to say hello during our stay and made sure we were happy, which of course we were. There are plenty of walks from the site and the local pub is a short walk away. It’s very friendly, serves good food and good beer. After the first night we were the only ones on site, which is a shame, as this is a very peaceful and well located basic site. I hope it gets more use and, therefore, stays open so that we continue to have off grid sites to return to.