We stayed for a week at the end of July, and as with most other sites it was fully booked. Clearly the site is not a carbon copy of the standard design, having started life outside of the Club Site network. This does mean that the pitches are not universal and are specifically selected for you based upon your outfit. For example, our Twin Axle van could not be accommodated on all pitches due to the length; the pitch next to ours was not much bigger than a car park space and was dedicated to motorhomes without awnings. However, the individual bathrooms were to a high standard, the likes of which I had never seen on a Club Site. The woodland walk and dog walk - within the boundary of the site was extensive. The warden's office building was far more architecturally interesting than the Club blueprint design. Being hot for a few days, the odd member thought that installing a TV inside an awning and watching TV with the sound turned-up to the annoyance of other members was quite normal and acceptable. - not a reflection on the site, but on the attitude of the members concerned. We had hoped we could explore the area by bike, but the only exit from the site suitable for a bike is via the main entrance and onto a busy road. Overall it is a lovely, well organised site with friendly wardens and we wouldn't hesitate to return.