Arrived on Fri 04/08/17 to a lovely little site with very easy access. Wife went to see Connor and paid and he directed us to the pitch, which was the only one remaining, next to the bins and the Water tap. If we hadve had the choice we would've gone to the bottom end out of the way with the dogs, as we breed Weimars and they go everywhere with us. They are very lively and extremely protective of there surroundings but not a threat to anyone, as they are show dogs. Apparently this didn't fit very well with some whinging gits, who found it necessary to ring the pub and complain about them barking. Might I suggest to these whinging wimps, DONT BOOK A SITE THAT ALLOWS DOGS, BECAUSE THEY DO BARK WHEN PEOPLE GO INTO THERE SPACE. Back to the review now Rant is over. The views at the site are lovely looking over the Country side from a raised spot. The grass was cut and kept tidy whilst we were there and Young Connor is trying very hard to make a go of this little business venture, and hes doing very well. The staff in the pub are very friendly as is Connors Mum, who is a lovely Character and very down to earth typical Yorkie. The food was lovely and it was very busy in there most of the time and even had to book a table to be certain of getting in. On the Sunday Evening two very large families came in just as they were about to finish serving food and they were only too happy to accommodate them, about 27 people. The showers and toilets are ideal as is the location of the waste and toilet waste points, which were pointed out on arrival. I am sure we will be going back to this lovely little site, but we will request the pitch at the far end out of the way of any whinging ten bob millionaires, in there new vans that are chuckied upto there necks in. Thanks Connor for making us welcome, and as for the moaning ones, ignore them.