I enjoyed my 4-night stay here last month. It's tranquil and rural. The field had just been mown before I arrived; it really is a nice and well-maintained little site. However, I had to ask directions to the field on arrival (basically, you drive past the farm shop on your left and the site is about 25 metres further on, on your right - past the farm sheds. I think signage could be enhanced a bit. Be aware that the site fencing is contoured on the LHS to allow a camper van / motorhome to park on hardstanding OUTSIDE the fenced field - you could end up with a rather close new neighbour on the other side of the fence, as I discovered, to my surprise. The farm has an excellent shop (you pay there on arrival), and a friendly café attached. I would have eaten breakfast there, but it doesn't open until 0930 - unfortunately too late for me, as I had events to attend. Lots of wildlife and birdsong, and attractive ponds and wooded areas for a short evening stroll. There are, as people have mentioned, wind generators within about 1/2 mile but the occasional sound was muted and not troubling at all. I'll look forward to returning next year.