I stayed on my way north - specifically to visit Slimbridge and Berkeley Castle. Both well worth a visit. I booked the day before arrival and Elizabeth was very helpful and very apologetic that the strimmer had broken when trying to tidy the CDP area which wasn't a problem to me - the area is well laid out with a excellent empty point as seen in the photo. (none of your dustbin lids etc.) This is a basic CL so don't expect manicured grass - but this site is easy for the M5 - although the last half mile would be difficult if you met another outfit - the rest is fine but beware the cyclists! Excellent cycling country though. I took the scenic route away from Slimbridge and discovered a wonderful butchers shop in the middle of nowhere "Clayton House Meats" not open everyday but on Saturday when I passed. The fishing lake adjacent to the site is beautiful and makes a pleasant short walk. Longer walks along the Severn bank also stunning. The hard standing would benefit by being defined a bit as nature is somewhat taking over but I prefer grass anyway. I do hope they make a success of the site - at the moment you can't find this site by name search - only on the map - which needs to be addressed and will contact the Club to point this out.