We stopped here for 3 nights whilst our little 'Bonnie' (a rescued Cocker Spaniel ex breeding bitch) received urgent surgery at a specialist referral veterinary hospital some miles away. The site is located behind the timber framed farm house that John and his Swedish wife are in the process of renovating. Tilda their dog does occasionally pay you a visit which can be a bit of a pain, however she soon knew that her pressence wasn't exactly welcomed by our dogs and from then on kept well away. Twice daily their heard of goats are herded through the field from their daytime pasture area to their overnight shelter and all of the young kids make for a beautiful site. It is hoped that fairly soon they will get both a dairy and cheese making licences, but until then sampling some of the test batches of cheese makes for some taste bud enjoyment and as for the gorgeous blue shelled eggs laid by the araucana chickens that quite literally explode with farm yard flavour from the deep ochre yokes mmmmmmmmmmmm. If you are dog walkers, then there are quite literally masses of walks to discover, or if you are into looking around churches then the churches of St Cyriac & St Julitta (https://www.visitchurches.org.uk/visit/church-listing/st-cyriac-and-julitta-swaffam-prior.html) that are right next door to each other are well worth looking around. The simply brilliant and dog friendly Batemans Brewery owned Red Lion pub is only a short walk away from the site, the food there is excellent as are also the selection of award winning beers. Will we be going back to this gem of a site, you can bet your bottom dollar that we will !