We stayed a few night here recently and enjoyed the experience. There is a decent amount of space between pitches, good recycling options and easy access from a very quiet road. A five minute stroll along the footpath by the side of the site brings you to one of the strangest pubs I have ever been in. The Three Kings probably hasn’t been decorated in a hundred years and has a tiny bar area. There are some pub of the year certificates on the wall, the oldest being from 1643. (I made that bit up but it wouldn’t be hard to imagine it as a truth). Several locals came in just after we got there and we spent a nice hour in their company. It was reminiscent of an episode of The Vicar of Dibley. There are plenty of local public footpaths which are well kept. The only negative for us was an ongoing poor phone signal and intermittent break up of the tv picture which is contrary to the site booking information. This didn’t spoil our stay though.