You know those places you arrive at and you immediately know it's got everything right? This beautiful and beautifully kept site is one of those. The grass is practically manicured. The pitches have their own drains so make sure you take along a good length of waste pipe if that's your thing. Spacing is generous and the water and waste areas are kept pristine. The owner Andrew is laid back and friendly. You can pitch the unit and see the sea just over yonder. The WiFi is the real thing too -- plenty of speed AND bandwidth -- so you can watch TV on a device or movies etc. without any buffering; and it's … free! Superb foresight from Andrew on that one in today's ever changing world of customer service. Coldingham has two pubs which have a 'locals' feel, but are better for it. There is also a commercial caravan park just up from the village with a clubhouse and takeaway food outlet. They're not normally my cup of tea now that the kids have flown but in the interests of completeness, we called in on an early evening Saturday and the atmosphere was really fun in that Haven style clubhouse kinda way. Guess you have to be in the mood and on that evening we were! The rest of the stay was spent at Coldingham Bay on the beach. Nice little café and a bar there so blissfully happy place to be. If I sound a bit over enthused with Templehall and the surrounding area it's because I am. A truly superb site brilliantly and caringly run by a really interesting, candid and gregarious owner. You really have to go. I promise you won't regret it.