We stayed at Home Farm for two nights in September 2019. It is a long single track road to access the site, but we didn't have any problems towing our caravan. We were told we could pitch up wherever we liked, so decided on a spot between an apple and a plum tree! The owner was happy for us to help ourselves to apples and plums, although sadly the walnuts were not ready to harvest. Site was relatively level, although it might be tricky after several days of rain. The toilet/shower block was fine, although a bit rustic and you sometimes had to share with a friendly spider or two. Fresh water and rubbish recycling was easily accessible. The Elsan point is maybe not for the squeamish as you had to open a trap and empty directly into the cesspit, but to be honest you are only there for a couple of minutes every few days. This is a really peaceful site with hardly any sound during the day or night. There are plenty of walks around the site, particularly if you have dogs to walk. There is a small airfield nearby which you can walk round and watch the aircraft coming and going. We thought the site was excellent value at £12.00 and would be happy to return.