The site is mainly grass, although there seemed to be the option for one hardstanding.
As in the description there is some slope to the site and depending on which pitch you are on and which way you pitch, you may need levelling blocks.
We have just returned from three nights here, weather glorious and ground hard and dry, so no problems being on grass.
Pitches are well spaced, so plenty of room. There was a friendly welcome from Mr Page, who explained that other than one pitch which was reserved we could pitch where never we wanted.
Finding the site is easy - the Farm Access is well signed on the A14, with 3, 2, 1 countdown markers. But do follow site directions, especially if coming from the west so you dont try turning right across the A14 with a caravan or slow vehicle.
The site is far enough away from the A14 for it not to impinge on the site at all, the only sound was that of the birds - of which there are many. A "set to" between buzzard, red kite and crow was interesting!
Although this site would be handy as a stop off if the A14 was a part of your journey, it feels more remote than it is - so really good just to unwind and get away from everything. There are a number of footpaths/bridle ways accessible from the site.
We would definitely return.
Reviewed on 14/06/2021 21:38