This site is very well kept by the owners, it offers large pitches with a choice of how to position your unit to allow sunshine or shade under the tall well maintained hedges. The toilets and showers are 1st class and are an optional extra for which a small fee is paid if you choose to use them. The fishing lake is laid out well with nature and conservation in mind. Yes there is some traffic noise in the afternoon when people are commuting and it should be expected that during harvest the modern farm machinery can create noise and they will work well into the night. This has to be accepted and with windows shut it is minimal. overall we loved it. We were exploring my fathers birthplace in a nearby village and cycling around was easy once we were off the B Road, Nearby Long Stratton offers a half hour bus service into Norwich and there are plenty of free parking places in the village. We had 2 massive thunderstorms during the night with torrential rain but the grass showed no sign of water by the morning the pitches are all very flat and firm. There are 2 hard standing pitches available in bad weather but these are a bit nearer the road. Norfolk villages still offer a link to rural England from past years and are all worth exploring, this site offers an ideal location to base yourself for this. Lowestoft and the east coast are within a 30 mile drive.