Try to be honest and balanced so have left review a month since visit. Easy access, and nice lightly sloping hardstandings useable for winter. Reasonable view away from the road of ornamental lake. All water and waste across a really damp and boggy stretch of grass (throughout my visit). You have to enter a fenced area gate to get there and it felt a real pain and exhausting getting mud splatters up your trousers every visit. The owner had started a gravel path to it that was clearly an abandoned project a long time ago. The useable part of it was submerged in rainwater whilst there remains just the muddy grass the rest of the way. For those of us with an on-board water tank it makes things a pain, and I am not lazy as walked 15 plus miles each day. No water by pitches. The pictures do not show a reasonably fast road just the other side of the hedge 2 metres behind each hardstanding. Have a pop top like mine, and just be happy to be woken up by traffic at 7am each morning. I booked the site at what I considered a hefty £13.50 for single occupancy and just ehu on the promise of free WiFi on all pitches. The WiFi was detectable much nearer to the farmhouse but totally unusable anywhere else. I pointed this out to the owner who offered no solution or concession. For the sake of my staying in touch with my online concerns, I was lucky that my mobile provider was well covered for telephone data here, although it ended up costing me extra to buy the data I needed. Would be much better in the Summer months, but I was very disappointed at broken promise of the WiFi and felt that I overpaid for what is a very basic, not user friendly site for the wet winter months. I would urge the owner to sort or remove the WiFi promise, complete the path to the services area and consider extending at least one tap to the middle of the hardstanding area. I will not be staying again under the current conditions but concede it may be reasonable at that price for the Summer months. Why Summer holiday destination cls don't generally downgrade prices in murky Winter time is beyond me.