Enjoyed a couple of days here, after a little retail therapy in nearby Lancaster. Being November and in a motorhome, our one priority was hardstanding, of which, all pitches are and a generous size with it. The site is peacefully located in the grounds of Ashton Hall in what appears to be the back of a walled garden and is fairly enclosed, so sheltered. We did hear traffic noise from the main road from inside the van and could imagine it would be pretty evident when/if sitting out in summer.This was mainly at commuting times and really didn't disturb us siting inside. The chemical disposal and bins are neat and tidy and in a fenced area. We had basically come away for some peace and quiet with the intention of a few walks but disappointingly, there are no footpaths close by. The track that leads to the coast ends at a private house and no access can be gained to the coastal footpath.I had to be content with wandering onto the golf course and around some of the grounds.As for the peacefulness, that was wonderful as we were the only folks on site and the sound of the trees swaying in the wind was very soothing! There are no electric hook-ups although our friendly host offered to plug us in from a nearby house. We declined as we are fine running on gas but on our second night the temperature plunged to below freezing so we had a cold wake up! All in all, a great site set in lovely grounds. There is the added bonus? of a garden centre with shop and cafe and the golf club which own Ashton Hall has a bar/ restaurant open to the public.