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Rated 5 of 5

Peace and tranquility

Rated 5 of 5

Access to local places of interest

Rated 5 of 5

Beauty of surroundings and scenery

Rated 5 of 5

Ease of arrival/welcome

Absolute peace and quiet

We were looking for a peaceful site in the countryside and certainly found what we were looking for here, we loved it and wished we could have stayed longer than our two nights in our camper van. We were welcomed by Roy and a site neighbour and also gorgeous farm collies Griff and Meg. It was lovely to find a shower and male and female toilets located in a wooden chalet style building, and all spotlessly clean. The site itself was immaculate, neat and tidy and grass mown, and the only sound was the occasional bellow from cattle in the field and clucking chickens....perfect. I'd taken my binoculars along and on our first walk spotted a buzzard and later a red kite which made my day as it circled in the sky for ages. As we walked along the lane we came across an old milk churn stand which made me feel quite nostalgic, as I grew up on a dairy farm in the south of England, and we had one just like it. I can well remember my dad lifting the churns up onto the stand for the milk lorry to collect. We were hoping to visit some places of interest on our second day, but the weather was quite cool and cloudy and didn't really improve until mid-afternoon, but we didn't mind because we just enjoyed the peace and went for more walks, having a lovely greeting from dear old Griff on our return. Griff and Meg are not allowed on the site apparently, but we would certainly welcome a visit from them to our van, they're lovely. Everything we needed in the way of facilities was here and we will definitely return if Roy and Jeff have a pitch available and hopefully get to see the botanic gardens etc.

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