On first arrival, it has to be said, the site looks awful, with dilapidated outbuildings and piles of rusting scrap metal. Move into the actual camping field however and the prospect improves considerably. We chose a grassy pitch in the right hand corner with great views, and after that first impression, had a lovely week here. The young owner is friendly and helpful, and there is even free wi-fi, plus a toilet/shower we didn't use, but it looked perfectly acceptable.
Water tap by the shower, waste disposal near the entrance to the field, and several hardstandings plus an 'over-spill' site adjacent.
The site is off the main road, yet easy to access New Lanark and Falls of Clyde. Lanark has a William Wallace trail to follow, we caught a train to Glasgow from Lanark, and Edinburgh just a 35-mile easy drive.
Just watch out for the midges!
We would of course stay here on another occasion.