We spent a week here at the end of October/start of November. The weather/pitch was incredibly wet at times but caused us no problems The site has 3 hard standings and a couple of grass pitches. We were allocated a grass pitch, with 'hard standing' beneath it. The was an excellent placement, but unfortunately we turned the pitch a little muddy - which is a shame as we were the only occupant for some of the week, and would have happily taken a hard standing. I would have loved this pitch in summer (in my opinion it is probably the nicest), it is almost perfect. It may have saved the site a bit if we had been on a hard standing. The grass pitches are close to water, and two of the three hard standings are a little further away, although as the site is smallish they are still close to water. The lake/pond is very nicely laid out.
I have used small site a couple of times, but as the site is beautifully laid out this is not a problem.
The site is next to a road and could be easy to put people off if looking on google maps, however, it is hardly noticeable and in fact makes entry very simple.
The recycling, waste treatment and water facilities are all nicely set out. It seems an odd thing to say, but the chemical disposal is about the best I have used.
The other thing of note about the site is the access to wi-fi which was a real boost for a wet week. The owners described it as a week signal, but it worked very well for our basic needs.
As for the area, we are usually hill walkers so this was a different type of break. I can say that it was very different for ourselves and we found some of the large beaches and the wolds of interest.
My only challenge is that our kids would have loved this when they were young. They would have been less trouble than your average dog. It's a shame it's adults only - although the water could be a problem for not well controlled children