Many of the roads in this part of Wales are very narrow and the instructions provided by the owners are the best way to access the site. Don't approach it from the other direction as you won't get in. The site is 2.5 acres with the pitches spaced along two sides in an L shape with masses of space between each. The grass in this area is cut regularly and it's reasonably level. It's a basic CL with just electric hook-up provided. Good views to the west. It is very peaceful unless the wind is due west when you can hear the children at the campsite across the fields in the distance, but it's not really a problem - and probably only happens in August. The water pressure is very low so it takes a long time to fill up the water drum from the tap. Our main criticism is that we didn't see the owners at all in the five days we were there. On the last day I went to the farmhouse to pay and was greeted by a girl/young woman, who I presume to be a daughter, who didn't ask for a name or any details other than how long we'd been there and she just took the money. No questions such as 'had we enjoyed our stay' etc. Would we stay here again? Probably.