Stayed for 10 days this May, caught some great weather luckily which made our stay even better. It's a large field, slight sloping from top to bottom so levelling will be required however you pitch. Adequate facilities; hook-up's, 2 water points, chemical waste disposal. Whilst we were there the grass was cut twice so lovely and short. The views across Bride Valley are gorgeous as mentioned by Janeez, misty mornings and glorious sunsets whilst we were there. Tea rooms at the farm are really nice, we had tea and cakes one afternoon which were lovely (home baked). There is an Animal Farm attached which we didn't visit but you can see a lot of it from the site, and hear it too, however it certainly isn't invasive, in fact we really enjoyed listening to the variety of different animal noises (even the cockerel at 5:00am!), it's so peaceful there that it really fitted in with the surroundings. Walking off-site is not recommended, the main road outside the site can be very busy and very fast with no real proper verge or walkway. However there is a National Trust car park approx 1 mile along toward Burton Bradstock (Cogden Beach) which was only £2 per day (free to members) from which you have easy access to the SW Coast Path and some great walking. We can definitely recommend the Anchor Inn at Burton Bradstock for eating out, fine dining in a pub setting, fantastic meal. We will return here.