Stayed for 5 nights over August Bank Holiday and were surprised to find only 3 out of 5 pitches occupied over the weekend. Clearly this lovely site is a well-kept secret! Two showers and two toilets/wash cubicles were kept clean & we're always pleased to find a selection of recycling bins for use (come on other CLs - it's not hard!). Even when there were 5 pitches in use, we never felt that we were crammed in due to there being 7 pitches in all and a large grassy areas that isn't used for pitching. Access via Church Stretton was easy and picturesque. Some of the other lanes in the vicinity are more hair-raising though, so take care which route you chose when towing. Heartily recommend the Royal Oak at Cardington for a meal & well-kept ales but take care on Gilberries Lane north of the site and watch out for tractors! We didn't see the owners in all the time we were there, but we understand from fellow caravanners that this isn't unusual. Overall, a peaceful and relaxing site with easy access to plenty of places of interest - castles, towns, walks and cycle rides in the stunning Shropshire countryside.