Access to the site and the village of Denbury is down a narrow lane. It surprises me that probably 500 houses are accessed by this route, but this is Devon. Please only use the route that the owner sends you as others are impassable with a caravan. Personally I found the lanes a downside of the site. On entering the field there is a large barn in the center and a livery stables on the left. The pitches are arranged around the barn that contains stored caravans and machinery. The grass was well cut and the road way well maintained. When we were there (in covid19 period) there were 2 gravel pitches next to the stables and 4 pitches against the hedges. There are electric hook ups and a clean and well maintained toilet and shower. When people arrived to tend their horses at the stables in the morning and evening, they are sometimes noisy with children and dogs, sometimes quite. If I return I would avoid the gravel pitches and the livery stables. In the evening owls can be heard and seen from the caravan window hunting around the site.