Stayed here for 6 nights in April 2021. Glorious weather which made this site even prettier and we enjoyed the visiting wildlife, including a deer standing behind our outfit. The staff team were warm and welcoming, despite having to cope with Covid rules and regulations. We didn't use the toilet or shower facilities so cannot comment. We were concerned that not all site users were observing the Covid rules. We noticed several large groups exceeding the Rule of 6 and some of these were inside awnings. Unfortunately the real niggles were around dogs - or more to the point, their owners. The site has a really good dog walk. Its not very long but well kept and absolutely perfect for early morning and late nights and our dogs were very grateful for it. There are numerous dog waste bins on site, which sadly were ignored by some owners and on two occasions, we had to pick up other people's dog mess whilst walking our dogs. The site ruling of a lead being no longer than 2 meters was also sometimes ignored, especially where flexi leads were used and also it would appear that some owners are unable to read or understand the signage which stated all dogs to be on leads at all times. Some owners totally ignored this on the dog walk. One further point to consider, if screaming children are not your idea of peace and quiet, then you need to pick the days of your stay and aim for the weekend. The site is next door to a school and due to the good weather, the students were encouraged to be outside. Self expression is encouraged at this type of education facility...be warned !