This CL has to be in that top category ! Warmth of welcome and the very tranquil & picturesque location make it a very attractive place to be. On the southern rim of Bodmin Moor there's walking a plenty - with Siblyback close by with its 2km lakeshore path for walkers/cyclists/runners, the walk from Minions village to the Cheesewring granite tor, and the slightly precarious (rather wet/muddy during our stay) walk to Golitha Falls. Lots further afield, on the coast and inland in almost every direction, and local pubs & restaurants to explore too. All of this is detailed in an information pack when you arrive, courtesy of model hosts Suzanne & David Shepperson who will do all they can to make your stay enjoyable, being attentive without intruding. There's home made bread, and a farm shop within walking distance for fruit, veg, milk & eggs. In terms of the CL itself, final approach through St Cleer village does have some narrow points - but the traffic level is mostly very light, and access into the site is clearly marked. The pitching area is set by the electric sockets around the perimeter, some pitches being more level and some less so (we needed levelling blocks) but everyone has an unobstructed distance view. Grass was kept short, and really well drained (glad to report !). Facilities (2 loos and a hot shower) very clean and not heavily used during our stay. Fresh water tap located at the side of the loo block, and disposal point well laid out behind the loos. Recycling all clearly labelled near the site entrance. It is a very tranquil & unspoilt location ! We did have some sun during early July - but we also had quite a bit of rain, though the ground was very free draining, thankfully. A place to return to again ................ thanks to Suzanne and David !