The first weekend away in Wales since we were locked down on 20th December. I was expecting some sites not to open when able to, on 27th March but thought I would ring and ask anyway. Spoke to Carolyn who wasn't really sure about opening but decided there and then on the phone to allow us to go! The site was well laid out, slightly sloping field but all hardstanding pitches were level. In fact it was the first time we had our van level, with no messing around (since getting the new van last July). We didn't see the owners on arrival so we just chose a pitch and set up. After we settled in, we popped down to the farm house to announce our arrival. The weather was horrendous! Obviously that wasn't anybody's fault. We didn't sleep properly for the first 2 nights. Gale force winds which were apparently the worst they'd had there for a long time and absolutely hammering down with rain on the first night. The 3rd night was great when the wind finally dropped. We slept really well and the day we were leaving was the hottest March day since 1966! As said in other reviews, Carolyn was great, very friendly and welcoming, brought us fresh eggs on the second morning which were delicious, and even offered us to stay an extra night to make up for the atrocious weather. Unfortunately we had to go back to work the next day so had to leave. If I had to find anything negative, it was a little on the expensive side at £19 a night.