Stayed here for 3 nights in August 2019 on our way home from John O'Groats. A well laid out site at the edge of the golf course. Most of the pitches around the site perimeter are hardstanding while those in the centre are grass. Most of the pitches are level and are of a good size. Facilities are to the usual club standard. Only downside was the water pressure in the showers was a bit on the low side compared to others we have stayed on but that is out of the site's control. A short walk across the golf course takes you onto the amazing beach and you are able to walk into Brora along it. There is a well stocked coop in the centre of the village as well as a number of other craft type shops and an ice cream parlour selling the locally made ice cream. Golspie is about 8 miles down the road which seems to have a few more shops and an excellent fish and chip restaurant From here we did the Big Burn walk and also a walk around Loch Fleet. Although not a large site, it is quite busy with people coming and going all of the time. One thing to beware is the access to the site is over a narrow railway bridge and I'm not sure if some of the newer wider caravans would be able to access it.