We visited this affiliated club site, for a 2 x night stay in June 2019. We really enjoyed our stay there. The location is wonderful, set within the beautiful countryside. We selected a lovely pitch, in the middle of the walled garden - most of the pitches are pretty flat. The toilet block was clean, and enough showers and WC's, but appeared a little dated compared to actual club sites - but were very clean which was the main thing. Outside of the walled garden, there was a walk through the forest, where one can take different paths, which was absolutely lovely. We spotted a Red Squirrel whilst walking through there, which was fantastic to see. Outside of the site, you can take a path, which is fine for cycling, and take in the lake nearby, and the wonderful River Teith (where we were are told Otters & Kingfishers exist), and undertake a circular walk ........if cycling the whole route (which we did), there is a section on the path that virtually becomes non-existent, because of long grass etc. However, we managed to walk our bikes through, so all was fine The staff at the site were wonderful, and were super friendly & helpful. The TV reception in that area is woeful. There are booster plug ins at each pitch, but there connection did not match ours. The staff loaned us a booster cable, but although it connected to their booster post, the other end did not fit into our TV. So the staff then lent us a Freeview Sat box - but again, we couldn't use it as we did not have a Scart plug in our tele. None of this really mattered to us as we had DVD's etc .......but next time we will take an assortment of leads to overcome, or by then we will have a Satellite dish & receiver etc !! The bus stop is at the end of the lane - we caught a bus to Stirling, which took 20 mins., and cost £15 for the 2 of us for the return journey. The Safari Park is nearby too. All in all, a great stay in a wonderful location, with charming helpful staff. Can't wait to return.