My first comment is to ensure that don't follow satalite instructions to get to the site, use the A & B roads. We shook all our belongings out of the cupboards, so heed advice and take the longer route - which is excellent. My second comment is that the photo is slightly misleading, I took the leveling blocks to be due to the uneven ground clear on the picture, the site does slope away from the taker of the photograph, but this is not severe. The entrance to the site is nice and wide from the main road, the challenge is that exiting the site on to the B-road is slightly unsighted, but with a little care, the road is not overly busy, so offers no major challenge. The site is a basic plus electrics site which suits our purposes and had poor TV signal near the bottom. The site itself is well maintained and although the owner (a very nic chap), said that the top could be greasy when wet, we found that not to be too bad and the site drained well. The highlight for me was that we had the fullest phase of the moon over 5 days and this lit up the site a treat. There are six pitches which are split into 3 and 3 by mature trees, and there is plenty of wildlfe. Listening to the owls each evening was a treat. We are big walkers so find Suffolk a little tedious as a landscape, but the wildlife was excellent, and therefore my scores for interests nearby. I would be very happy to stay again if in the area, so that is always the best recommendation.