My wife and I received a very warm and very friendly welcome from Mike on arrival, and always chatty through our three day stay in April. Mike showed us plenty wood planks to put under 'van wheels to assist levelling on some of the slightly uneven ground, but some of this could have been due as Mike explained to the extremely wet conditions recently experienced in that part of Scotland. Top entrance area was drying out nicely already when we departed. There were some hard standings but we decided to pitch in lower corner as that offered the better view across the wide Moray Firth, absolutely fantastic views. We have satellite receiver on roof of caravan, but were unable to get signal due to nearby 'tall' trees, but adjacent vans with standard rooftop aerials had no problems. Water points, chemical waste points all kept clean and tidy. Nearby fishing villages Findochty, also Portnockie, lovely quaint old style harbours, spotlessly clean, no street litter. Don't miss Bow & Fiddle Rock at Portnockie. We visited Dolphin Centre at Spey Bay, free to enter, donations welcome, we unfortunately didn't spot any dolphins on our visit, but very interesting and some lovely walks around the centre, include visit to the old ICE HOUSE at the centre. Put your body warmer or coat on, it is chilly in there. We enjoyed this site immensely and have no hesitation in recommending it, thank you to Mike and Brenda for an excellently presented c.l.