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We stayed for two nights to catch our breath between the drive up from the West Country and the beginning of a Highlands & Islands tour. As one of the previous reviewers highlighted, don’t be put off by the half acre description - the pitches are plenty big enough and very discrete with planting to separate them. The site is beautifully laid out and incredibly well kept - as are the facilities (separate WC for the CL, very smart new shower block shared with the commercial site). Colin is a wonderful host - he could not have been more welcoming and helpful. Landis is a working farm (part of its attraction for us) but noise is absolutely minimal - and Colin has a collection of tractors that date back to the 1940’s that are fascinating if you are interested in old machinery and agricultural history. The Estuary walk from the site is lovely - particularly if you take the long way back. The village of New Abbey is a short & pleasant walk away - if you do that walk, don’t miss the opportunity for lunch at Abbey Cottage tea room! In short, Landis Farm is a cut above the rest - by some distance!