I had a bad experience at another camp site and left a day early. Therefore we needed a place for the night at short notice and this seemed to fit the bill. The directions were slightly misleading in that you have to turn right at the crossroad, before the ford, when in Dead Lane. We arrived reasonably late but had already made suitable arrangements to park up and sort out payment in the morning. Each of the five pitches are level hard-standings with there own water supply. However we had to get creative filling up our water tank because the hose could not be detached to allow the supply hose for the motorhome to be attached. It was not a major problem when two pairs of hands are available. During the evening overnight fishermen arrived which was unexpected, especially when voices are heard in the middle of the countryside and you are the only site occupant. The morning got off to an early start to the sound of chainsaws and wood shredders operating only 15 metres away from the 'van'. The toilet and shower were clean. I could not find a grey water drain, unless the black water drain in the fishery was meant to be used, which for a motor-home was not possible. I felt that £15 was a little expensive for this site, particularly in October. I might stay here overnight in the future, but for a motor-home I feel a longer stay would not be feasible.