We were a little disappointed as we had been trying to contact the owner to book in but never got her to answer nor did we get a call back. As it was September we hoped the site would have room and continued to Washford, then onto the very narrow road towards Roadwater. We overshot the entrance but its probably as well as the gateway is awkward and best approached from the opposite direction when towing. Make sure you know how to reverse just in case. The phone number for Neal is pinned to the gate so we called him and within minutes he was there explaining the number in the site book is for the owner who lives in London (Very Strange) In view of the fact we hadn't booked Neal was most welcoming, providing us help to site the van and gave us loads of site and local information. The site is spacious with adequate facilitates but the main thing is the peace and quiet. We do a lot of touring expecting only to stay a couple of nights but stayed longer than expected pinned down by storms Ali and Helene. But it was no hardship sitting in a lovely valley the gales barely affected the site or us. Having to stay nearly a week until the winds subsided we weren't short of things to do or see, with the lovely coast and Exmoor playing a big part and nearby Cleeve Abbey is well worth a visit, far much more there than first appears. There is no need to go to larger towns as the local shop which opens early and closes late has almost everything you could need at very reasonable prices and a few hundred yards further on is a garage selling fuel at prices to beat most of the main road garages. Overall I would recommend this site to anyone seeking peace and quiet and yes if we go back that way again of course we would go there again but please put Neal's phone number in the Club Site book.