Site is well located to visit many attractions in the Cotswolds, plus there is plenty of walking directly from the site and the surrounding area. Access from the A44 via Blockley was fine, and the turn into the drive was easy. The drive has collapsed one side which means you do need to drive very slowly down it. The turn into the field was wide on the way in, it is slightly tighter as you turn out as the drive is not wide, but with care it can be done with no issues, The field is not huge and we did feel a bit overlooked by other units whilst there. The three hard standings are a good size and flat, one is under a tree, another by the bin area (screened off by a fence) and one is quite close the the hedge. The grass pitches do require levelling blocks. We live in the country and absolutely understand that this is a working farm and thus you are going to get noise. However, the description for this site says it is peaceful. There was quite a bit of noise from the milking parlour, including loud music, and the drive, which is next to the site, was very busy during the day whilst we were there, not just with farm traffic (which you would expect). There is a train line not far away, but this was more of a background noise and it is interesting to watch the trains. Site does have a great outlook across rolling fields/hills and dark skies at night. Fly the farm dog roams the site and marks her territory. If you throw her ball she will not leave your side. However, whilst she will sit there with 'puppy eyes' for a while, she will go away if you ignore her. Emma is a great friendly owner and provides some maps with local information. The farm shop is worth a visit, we enjoyed our eggs and apple juice.